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Sankt Gallen, Switzerland
Est. 1898Ranked among top 10 universities in CH
The St.Gallen University , Switzerland has been originally established as a Business academy in 1898. Today it is a center of excellence through its practice-oriented approach, international flair and integrative view of studies. There are over 200 partner universities thus opening the window of opportunity to earn a double degree or spend an exchange term abroad. The university is actively engaged in research and applied research which have resulted in the university establishing 41 institutes, research institutes and centers.
The academic program is conducted through 5 schools namely; School of Management, School of Economics and Political science, School of Law, School of Finance, School of Social Sciences and Humanities. There are over 8553 students and 3133 employees. The 5 schools provide an holistic and practical education with the schools of management, economics and and Political Science and Finance actively promoting integrative teaching. The school of Humanities and Social sciences brings together 12 different subject areas from humanities and social sciences and provide a broader academic education, which would supplement the main program of study. There are over 80 full time professors, 60 assistant professors, over 300 lecturers and 300 assistants, plus many visiting professors.
Its place as a leading Business school in Europe is manifested by accreditation with EQUIS and AACSB. Courses are offered at Bachelor’s. Master’s and PhD levels. Professional training as well as character building is integrated in the curriculum. The university is a member of the European Center for Information Systems and the Auto-ID labs network.
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Law courses at UNISG. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at University of St. Gallen in Indian Rupees is INR 0 as of 1 Jan 1970.
The university pf St. Gallen is located on top of the Rosenberg Hill, overlooking the Alstad of St.Gallen and with a view of the Alpstein mountain. St.Gallen is centrally placed with Zurich 1 hour and Munich 3 hours away by train, and Vienna and Frankfurt 1 hour by plane.
HSG IT provides IT services to the students, employees and visitors. The Resort Informatik, a department of the university, is responsible for these services. The websites PC-Tutors website and HSG Intranet are for students and employees respectively. The HSG operates the HSG shop which displays many merchandise required by he visitors and students alike. The childcare center is another welfare feature for the students at HSG.
The library contains collections on business administration economics and law, and additionally on many subjects including political science to linguistics and literature. There are around 600 000 printed books and journals, 140 000 e-books, DVDs, audio books and CDs numbering around 3200. The library has subscriptions for over 900 printed journals and licenses for over 32 000 e-journals. The books are available in 2 forms; Open stacks and Storage library where books printed prior to 1996 are stored. There are plenty of work and study spaces with facilities for scanning, photocopying and printing. There is free access to internet. Tutorial and other videos of the HSG library are found on YouTube channel.
The cafeteria next to the library offers various refreshments including coffees, teas, sweets, fruits and much more.
The city of St. Gallen is blessed with a relaxed housing market. This enables students to find housing of choice, either a shared flat or an own apartment, there are options to suit every taste and budget. The HSG Housing office would provide any assistance in this regard to students.
The summers are comfortable and wet. The winters are very cold, and it is partly cloudy year round. The temperatures vary between 26°F and 72°F. It rarely goes below 15°F or above 83°F. The period between late June and late August is best for warm weather activities.
The St. Gallen University provides a number of scholarships to the worthy students aspiring to full fill their academic goals. They are; Expert scholarships, Challenge scholarships, Emerging market scholarships, Women in Business scholarships, Outstanding Candidate scholarships, Early achiever scholarships, MBA Event scholarships, Additional scholarships, E-scholarships, LGBTQ scholarships and Alumni scholarships.
The Career Services are individually tailored to suit the needs of each individual MBA candidate. Career enhancing competencies are inculcated via 4 career Development Courses ; Team dynamics, Professional Development, Personal and Career development and Leadership development. Opportunities are created to network with companies, attend Company insight evenings.
In 2017 the first offer for employment was received by 54.5% of the students while still studying. Approximately 31 .8% of the graduates had received offers within 3 months of graduation and 13.6% after 3 months. The locations of employment were Switzerland with 71. 9% of the graduates, Germany with 12 .5%, Luxembourg with 6.3%, Denmark with 3.1%, India with 3.1% and Liechtenstein with 3.1%. Average basic salary was CHF 108 428 while average total compensation was CHF 121,678. The average basic salary increase after graduation was calculated as 96%. Employers were Accenture, Amazon, Aria, Boston Consulting Group, Capoo, Credit Suisse, Deloitte, DEME, to Nestle, Novartis, to Zurich insurance and many more.