Dual Degree with Tiffin University
The American University in Switzerland (AUS) and Tiffin University (TU), Tiffin, OH have entered into a new partnership, allowing AUS students to obtain a dual degree from both institutions.

The partnership offers bachelor's and master's degrees in business with multiple specialization options. To receive the dual degrees, AUS students must successfully complete the required AUS curriculum and TU specialty courses. The TU programs will be online with video, discussion rooms, readings and other assignments, as well as in a hybrid format with some instruction provided on AUS's campus.
IATA Authorized Training Center
The American University in Switzerland is proud to be recognized as an official IATA Authorized Training Center.

Offering a degree with a specialization in Aviation Management and specific IATA certified training courses enables students to gain expert industry knowledge from a global organization in air transport. Courses available to students will complement the AUS curriculum and give real-industry insight to support academic knowledge.

Topics such as Air Transport Fundamentals provide an overview of the air transportation system and illustrate the interdependencies among its various components, and Aviation Security Awareness, which looks at introducing security measures and regulations to keep the industry safe.

This opportunity provides students a real advantage when seeking employment by showcasing their expertise and applied knowledge through gaining industry-recognized certifications.
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Switzerland is safe, secure and open! A new report shows Switzerland to be #1 safest country in the world for Covid-19

Switzerland has been named the safest country in the world for Covid-19, with Germany second. This is the conclusion of a global study by Deep Knowledge Group published in Forbes Magazine.

The study ranked 200 countries into four tiers of coronavirus safety. In the first tier, there were 20 countries from Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Oceania including Australia, Israel, Germany and of course, Switzerland.

The authors of the study stated that “Switzerland and Germany achieve the #1 and #2 positions in this special new case study specifically because of their economy’s resilience, and due to the careful ways in which they are attempting to relay lockdown and economic freezing mandates in a fact and science-based manner, without sacrificing public health and safety.”

We are delighted to hear this news and are looking forward to welcoming new and returning students back on-campus in September for the new academic year.

Want to know what else makes Switzerland one of the top 5 Global Study Abroad Destinations? Check out these top 10 Reasons to Study Abroad in Switzerland by educations.com