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Craftsmanship and brainwork

Well-trained and highly motivated specialists work in Nidwalden. Nidwalden-based companies offer attractive and interesting jobs.

They cultivate cooperation on an equal footing and with a great deal of passion for business and innovation.

Apprentice supervisors presenting a machine to the two apprentices
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Company training

Vocational education and training in Switzerland follows on from compulsory education. It enables young people to enter the working world and at the same time ensures the next generation of qualified specialists. Dual vocational training with school and practical training is geared towards the labour market and part of the globally renowned Swiss vocational education and training system.

Students in the lecture hall at a lecture
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Higher education

Higher education in Switzerland consists of ten cantonal (regional) universities and two Federal Institutes of Technology (ETH) with campuses in Zurich and Lausanne. ETH is one of the most renowned universities in the world, ranking ninth in the international university ranking. The roots of the oldest institution, the University of Berne, date back to 1460. The University of Lucerne (four faculties) and the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (six schools) are just a 15-minute train ride from Stans.

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