The SEB Consortium is the body which sustains ongoing funding of the Safe Exam Browser open source project to continue its maintenance, development and support activities. SWITCH appoints a consortium manager who will provide administrative support to the Consortium, and ensure the day-to-day running of the consortium. ETH Zurich provides the infrastructure for the management and the software engineering of the SEB project.
More information about joining the consortium is available in our benefits and documents section. Alternatively, organisations may also make a donation if they do not wish to join the consortium, but would like to be recognised as a SEB supporter. Further information and the donation form can be found at the Donate to the SEB Consortium page.
ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich) is a science, technology, engineering, mathematics and management university. Freedom and individual responsibility, entrepreneurial spirit and open-mindedness: ETH Zurich stands on a bedrock of true Swiss values. Our university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-day Switzerland created it as a centre of innovation and knowledge. ETH Zurich is a founding member of the SEB consortium.
SWITCH is the Swiss National Research and Education Network. It offers high-performance networking services to universities and research facilities, and also operates the SWITCHaai identity federation. SWITCH is a founding member of the SEB consortium.
Das Institut für Bildungsevaluation (IBE) ist ein assoziiertes Institut der Universität Zürich, das im Auftrag von Bund, Kantonen und weiteren Institutionen der Schweiz verschiedene Forschungs- und Evaluationsprojekte durchführt. Schulwirksamkeitsforschung, Schulleistungsvergleiche und Entwicklung von Leistungstests gehören zu den Kernaufgaben des Instituts.
Inspera AS – Information Technology and Services, is a privately held educational technology company headquartered in Oslo, Norway. Inspera's mission is to promote learning and providing solutions for web-based learning, creation and communication.
University of Geneva – Founded in 1559 by Jean Calvin, the University of Geneva is dedicated to thinking, teaching, dialogue and research. With 16’500 students of more than 150 different nationalities, it is Switzerland’s second largest university.
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences – The ZHAW is one of the leading universities of applied sciences in Switzerland. Teaching, research, continuing education and other services are both scientifically-based and practice-oriented.
FFHS Swiss Distance University of Applied Sciences – Created in 1998, the Swiss Distance University of Applied Sciences (Swiss Distance UAS) offers
nationally recognised Bachelor and Master's degrees as well as a range of further education courses.
Dugga – Learning Assessment. Dugga’s mission is to move learning assessment forward and to raise knowledge levels in the world.
The Swiss MOOC Service is a national MOOC platform based on the open edX technology. It is helping Swiss institutions of higher education to deliver the best education online. The Swiss MOOC Service is made possible by a project funded by the P5 program of swissuniversities “Scientific information”.
The FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland is one of Switzerland’s leading universities of applied sciences and arts, acknowledged for the excellence of its practice-oriented teaching, continuing education and research.
TÜV SÜD Academy is one of the leading continuing training partners for national and international companies of all sizes and industries. Our qualifications and certificates of excellence satisfy the highest quality standards and enjoy an excellent global reputation. By offering excellent seminars and training courses and comprehensive solutions in education and learning management, TÜV SÜD Academy enhances the competitive strength of its customers.
The Society for Academic Study Preparation and Test Development (Gesellschaft für Akademische Studienvorbereitung und Testentwicklung – g.a.s.t.), a registered (not-for-profit) association, with its staff of 100, prides itself in its 750+ partnerships in more than 100 countries world-wide. It provides globally recognised tests for German (TestDaF, onSET) and a higher education aptitude test (TestAS). The institution further engages in academic research and runs its own multimedia language learning platform: Deutsch-Uni Online (DUO). The board of the association features the Goethe-Institut, the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the Association for German as a Foreign Language (FaDaF), the Working Group of Language Centres in Higher Education (AKS), as well as the universities in Bochum, Hagen, Leipzig and Munich.
OpenOLAT is a web-based learning management system for teaching, learning, assessment and communication published as Open Source software. OpenOLAT stands for Open Online Learning And Training, and is used by educational institutions and companies worldwide to provide e-learning content, test knowledge and enable collaborative work in various learning scenarios.
frentix is a spin-off of the University of Zurich, which emerged from the OLAT project, which was initiated in 1999 and has been further developed as an independent Open Source solution by frentix GmbH and the OpenOLAT Community under the name OpenOLAT since 2011. frentix offers services related to the OpenOLAT e-learning system: hosting, ASP, operation, support, training, adaptation, development and consulting.
Exam.net is a tool for carrying out digital exams in a secure environment. It is easy to use, and students do not have to register for an account. Submitted answers and test results can be downloaded, printed or exported to Google Drive or OneDrive. Each year, more than 100 000 Swedish national exams are carried out using Exam.net.
Kunskapsmatrisen is a digital tool for Swedish teachers, built for helping teachers to construct and carry out exams, to give students structured feedback and to let the students practice selected parts of a course.