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«Mobility is easy on my student budget. It also means I can get about whenever I want to.»

Susanne, Mobility customer since 2011

Pay less.thanks to student discounts.

Are you a student? If so, we’ll give you a four monthly subscription with no strings attached – and absolutely free of charge. Once this expires, you qualify for an annual subscription at just CHF 70. You save CHF 220!

If you sign up via the Mobility website, we’ll send you a personal Mobility Card, which you use to access any of our vehicles.

If you would prefer to use your college ID card to access the vehicles, you must sign up via your college.

Registration via your college:

click here for a list of participating universities/colleges

Register via your university/college in order to use your university/college ID card as a Mobility card.

Students of other universities/colleges have to use the application below.

 

Four-month trial subscription

To help you manage your student budget, we’re offering you four months of uncomplicated motoring mobility! You are entitled to the offer if you are studying towards a bachelor’s or masters degree at a Swiss university or a federally recognised university of applied sciences. iStudents attending a Swiss Professional College are not eligible for the mobility@campus subscription.
You must hold a valid student ID card.

CHF 0 excludes hourly/kilometre rates

Annual subscription

Once the trial subscription expires you can continue driving as a student for just CHF 70 (usual price CHF 290) per year. You will automatically receive information on how to extend your subscription seamlessly. To take up our annual subscription offer at a later stage, call our 24h Service Center on 0848 824 812.

CHF 70 excludes hourly/kilometre rates

Rates

Vehicle category Hourly rate
7–23 h
Hourly rate
23–7 h
Kilometre rate
1–100 km
Kilometre rate
from 101 km
Budget 2.80 0.80 0.50 0.25
Micro 2.80 0.80 0.58 0.29
Economy 2.80 0.80 0.62 0.31
Electro 2.80 0.80 0.62 0.31
Combi 3.20 0.80 0.72 0.36
Cabrio 3.80 0.80 0.88 0.44
Emotion 3.80 0.80 0.88 0.44
Minivan 4.40 0.80 0.94 0.47
Transport 4.40 0.80 0.94 0.47

Charges

Additional charges can apply, e.g. if a reservation is not initiated or is cancelled. See our PDF for a summary of all the additional benefits and charges:

Prices all include fuel, servicing, cleaning, repairs, insurance, administration, Swiss motorway toll sticker, parking space rental and VAT. Prices are subject to change. Rates valid from 1 April 2016.
The rates for cooperative members, annual subscription holders and trial subscription holders are identical.

Frequently asked questions

Does Mobility engage with final degree assignments?

Students often require information and input from the commercial sector for their final degree assignments. Mobility engages itself in twelve such projects every year, thereby enhancing the appeal of Switzerland's educational sector. Our engagement can take a variety of forms, including interviews, surveys or business cases, or as a contractor for specific thematic issues. Enquiries of this nature should be directed to office(at)mobility.ch. We undertake to examine the proposals received and respond as quickly as possible. Mobility reserves the right to request the signing of a confidentiality agreement, as well as access to the results of the assignment. 

Is there a reduction for persons living in the same household?

Yes. Persons living in the same household as a Mobility Cooperative main member can benefit from reductions by becoming co-members. Becoming a co-member in a shared or family household is a great way of accessing Mobility's services, since all you pay is a one-off admission fee of CHF 125. The cooperative subscription element of the fee, CHF 100, is returned to you if you decide to leave the cooperative.

Cooperative households are able to form additional "groups". Members of these groups have reciprocal, flexible access to reservations. Reservations are charged to the customer making the reservation.