The other, everyday terror — Prof. Dr. Christoph Frei on the antecedents of the terrorist attacks in Paris
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In memoriam "Charlie Hebdo" — Professor Dr. Vincent Kaufmann shares the personal attachment he has towards slain cartoonist Cabu
Prof. Dr. Vincent Kaufmann: Im memoriam «Charlie Hebdo»
For your New Year's resolutions — HSG and ETH Zurich have published the open-source platform MobileCoach
open source platform MobileCoach
Educating responsible personalities — The 2014 Report on Responsibility and Sustainability by the HSG summarizes its recent achievements
Sustainability; Copyright: / bubamara
Financial Times Ranking — The Financial Times has ranked the HSG as the 6th best European business school
A student reads the "Financial Times"
HSG extension — St.Gallen’s Municipal Parliament has approved the sale of the Platztor property to the Canton
Platztor in St.Gallen
Art interviews — Artists whose works can be seen at the HSG speak about their work and their ideas about art
art at the HSG
Global, practice-oriented, interlinked — Vision and general principles of the University of St.Gallen (HSG)
Main Building of the HSG
Entrepreneurs of tomorrow — The University of St.Gallen (HSG) encourages Start-ups
Entrepreneurs at the University of St.Gallen (HSG)


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Charlie Hebdo: In memoriam

Professor Dr. Vincent Kaufmann shares the personal attachment he has towards slain cartoonist Jean Cabut, a victim in the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices on 7 January 2015.

Research for the railways

SBB extends its research cooperation with the University of St.Gallen and simultaneously concludes new equivalent cooperation agreements with the Federal Institutes of Technology, ETH Zurich and EPF Lausanne.

The other, everyday terror

Prof. Dr. Christoph Frei on the antecedents of the terrorist attacks in Paris, misguided policies and the lack of prospects among young banlieu inhabitants.

Growth versus simplicity

From 7-8 May 2015, the campus of the University of St.Gallen (HSG) will host the 45th St. Gallen Symposium. The English-language conference will deal with issues surrounding the topic “Proudly Small”.

Events at HSG

1/31/2015 – TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language

9:00 AM
HSG Sprachenzentrum der Universität St.Gallen, Gatterstrasse 3, St.Gallen, Treffpunkt: Raum 36-008, ab 08:00 Uhr
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4 days ago HSGUniStGallen

You can now learn more about the building history of our university right at the entrance of the university restaurant. The panels display HSG's history from the beginnings in 1898 until today.

Gleich am Eingang zur Mensa können Sie nun mehr über die Baugeschichte unserer Universität erfahren. Von den Anfängen im Jahr 1898 bis heute ist die HSG-Geschichte auf Tafeln erklärt.

9 days ago HSGUniStGallen

Tip for the weekend: Tonight the play "Frühling der Barbaren" will be followed by a public expert discussion at the Theatre St.Gallen. Professor Florian Wettstein (director of the Institute for Business Ethics at the HSG), Rolf Bossart (editor and teacher of religion and philosophy) as well as theatre director Tim Kramer are going to discuss about the motives of Jonas Lüscher's novella, its social relevance and the St.Gallen staging. Please note that the play as well as the expert discussion are in German. More information about the play is available at

Tipp zum Wochenende: Heute Abend findet ein öffentliches Expertengespräch im Anschluss an die Vorstellung «Frühling der Barbaren» im Konzert und Theater St.Gallen statt. Professor Florian Wettstein (Direktor des Instituts für Wirtschaftsethik an der HSG), Rolf Bossart (Redakteur und Lehrer für Religion und Philosophie) sowie Schauspieldirektor und Regisseur Tim Kramer diskutieren gemeinsam mit Ihnen über Motive aus Jonas Lüschers Novelle, deren gesellschaftliche Relevanz und über die St.Galler Inszenierung. Mehr Informationen zum Stück finden Sie unter


3 days ago HSGStGallen

RT @HSGProfessional: «Preissenkungen werden schmerzhaft sein», #HSG-Rektor Bieger im @cashch-Interview: #snb #chf

10 days ago HSGStGallen

Prof. Ranaldo comments on the #SNB's decision to unpeg its currency's value to the euro. #CHF #EUR via @Telegraph

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