Your Support for the University of Zurich


Thanks to you, the UZH Foundation can support the University of Zurich’s strategic priorities and promote excellence in science.

By supporting us, you become part of the groundbreaking work done by University of Zurich researchers. Your donations speed up progress in research and teaching, bringing benefits to the whole of society. Investing in education and research benefits everyone: Since 2012, we have been able to provide CHF 300 million to the University of Zurich thanks to the dedication of around 1 700 private donors, foundations and businesses.

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«The UZH Foundation does great things that also benefit people who aren’t familiar with the world of academia.»

Richard Dähler, Donor since 1997

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Vitamin D, Omega-3 and Exercise to Prevent Cancer

The international DO-HEALTH study shows that a combination of vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids and a simple home strength exercise program can significantly reduce the risk of invasive cancer.

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UZH Postdoc Team Award Launched Thanks to Donation

The newly introduced UZH Postdoc Team Award is financed through a private donation to the President’s Fund of the UZH Foundation. The award recognizes excellent and independent scientific achievements of interdisciplinary postdoc teams and is worth up to CHF…

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Four new spin-offs

Four UZH spin-offs were founded last year. Among them, two founding teams could be supported thanks to donations to the UZH Foundation as part of the Entrepreneuer Fellowship.

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Establish Your Own Foundation

The UZH Foundation offers you the opportunity to establish
your own foundation and focus your support on a topic
of your choice
at the University of Zurich.

We also run the head office of the Walter and Gertrud Siegenthaler Foundation as well as several trusts focusing on specific topics.

«My studies at UZH were a great challenge, but fortunately the University supported me with a scholarship. I’m very grateful to my alma mater for that.»

Dzmitry Katsiuba, student at the Department of Informatics