The Swiss Maturity Diploma, fully accredited by the Swiss Confederation, provides students with a strong educational foundation through 13 different disciplines.
The academic program which leads to the Swiss Maturity involves Core, Specific and Complementary subject options, with an extended research project of 4,000 words. This equips students for future studies at university level.
The Swiss Maturity is the path of excellence for those who want to pursue studies at Swiss Universities and Federal Polytechnics. Recognized internationally, it provides access to many prestigious universities and institutes around the world.
At ENSR, preparation for the Maturity takes place over a two-year cycle. The first year ends with an initial session of external exams called First Partials. The second year leads to a second session of external examinations called Seconds Partials and culminates in Graduation.
This program is to be studied in official national languages only: French, German or Italian.
|1x Languages||Coef 3||French|
|1x Languages||Coef 2 ou 3*||German or Italian1x|
|1x Languages||Coef 2 ou 3*||English, German, Italian, Greek or Latin|
|1x Work of Maturity||Coef 1||Dissertation on one of the subject options|
|3x Experimental Sciences||Coef 1||Biology, Chemistry, Physics|
|2x Human Sciences||Coef 1||History, Geography|
|1x Arts||Coef 1||Visual Arts or Music|
|1x Complimentary Option||Coef 1||Philosophy or Physics|
|1x Mathematics||Coef 2 ou 3*||*One of these subjects at Coef 3, the other two at Coef 2|
|1x Specific Option||Coef 3||Economics and Law, Biology and Chemistry, a language other than French|
|Swiss Maturity Exams 2020|
|First partial exams||From August 14th, 2020|
|Second partial written exams||From August 12th, 2020|
|Second partial oral exams||Cancelled for 2020 session|