Theology and Religious Studies
Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration
- Arts (BA)
Disciplines of the Faculty of Arts: Ancient Greek, Ancient History, Archaeology, Computer Science for the Humanities, English, French as a Foreign Language, German, History, History and Aesthetics of Film, History of Arts, History of Religions, Italian, Latin, Linguistics, Medieval French, Modern French, Philosophy, Slavic Studies, Spanish, South Asian Languages and Cultures.
Disciplines offered by other units: Arabic, Armenian Language and Literature, Chinese, Egyptology, Ethnology, Geography, Japanese, Modern Greek, Musicology, Prehistoric Archaeology, Political Science, Psychology, Social Sciences, Theological Studies.
Social and Political Sciences
Business and Economics
Geosciences and Environment
Biology and Medicine
Last update: 3 February 2014
The Bachelors' degree cycle is a first stage of the scientific education allowing the student to acquire a methodological and scientific way of thinking.
In the Bologna system, this first cycle lasts 3 years and is worth 180 ECTS credits. It opens the way to one or more Master's degrees.
The UNIL currently offers 15 Bachelors' degree programmes.
BA: Bachelor of Arts
BLaw: Bachelor of Law
BMed: Bachelor of Medicine
BSc: Bachelor of Science
BTh: Bachelor of Theology