Tourismus Fachbereich


Tourism is a multi-facetted, fast growing international industry sector and the focus of the Institute for Tourism and Leisure (ITF) as the innovative, entrepreneurial research and training center with Bachelor and Master study programs in Eastern Switzerland. The ITF concentrates on the thematic areas destination management, consumer behavior, hospitality and sustainability.more
Fachbereich Management


Economic and administration tasks place great demands on senior management. Requirements include founded expert and methodical knowledge as well as high social competency. Management members must be capable of contributing to renovation and development of organisations. It is not sufficient to administrate and carry on existing concepts. Entrepreneurial thinking and actions are required. Further to the German website.
Fachbereich Informationswissenschaft 01

Digital Science

Graduates in information science are the link between information and people. Students of the information science study course find jobs in libraries, archives and documentation departments, in administration or in private industry. Further to the German website.


Our high standard of living is thanks on a great part to our engineers. Some examples illustrate this particularly well: instead of walking we can also travel by rail, car or aeroplane and thanks to mobile phones we can telephone from anywhere and everywhere. In order to continue to keep pace with technical progress however, we still need engineers. Further to the German website.

Civil Engineering and Architecture

Construction includes a wide spectrum of different professions and offers interesting possibilities for further education and specialisation. Students graduating as construction engineer or architect are capable of taking on challenging positions of great responsibility in construction, general construction planning, public administration or in the services sector. Further to the German website.
Fachbereich Medien

Multimedia Production

Students attending this course gain technical competency for a multi-media environment as well as language competencies and the capability of visualising content. Part of the education course involves producing content under realistic conditions in the especially created production facilities for media objects, following the Chur motto, "Study and produce". Further to the German website.

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Contactperson: Jaeger-Stevenson Anne-Marie

Jaeger-Stevenson Anne-Marie

Phone: +41 81 286 39 03
Fax: +41 81 286 39 29
Division: Prorectorate, Student Services, International Office
Function: Director
Building: Location F
Room Number: 0.02

Curriculum Vitae:
Anne-Marie Jaeger-Stevenson comes from the South West of England. Since graduating in German and Art History from the University of Nottingham in 2000, she has lived in Austria, Spain and Switzerland. Anne-Marie worked at the British Council Austria in Vienna for 3 ½ years, where she was responsible for running the Education Information Centre, coordinating exchange programmes and the Alumini network. In Spain she gained further international experience working for an student travel agency in Madrid, where she worked closely with international students and higher education institutions. Anne-Marie has been working at the HTW Chur’s International Office since 2008, where she is responsible for managing the exchange programme, services for international students and international relations.