Gender Monitoring 2013 Gathering equal opportunities related data is part of standard international protocol these days and represents a key criterion for university quality assurance. Results of the Gender Monitoring 2013 The student body at St Gallen University is virtually unchanged in comparison to previous years, consisting of two thirds males and one third females. The female proportion has increased particularly in the doctorate programme, there has been little change at the other student levels (Assessment, Bachelor and Master). This means the female proportion of the student body at St.Gallen University (in economics) is currently lower than the Swiss average. The male and female proportions of the teaching staff and researchers predominantly remain unchanged; among the professors St. Gallen University currently has a female proportion of 11 percent and among the assistant professors, 25 percent. In central administration there are similar numbers of male and female employees, the male and female proportions have remained virtually the same across all the function levels. The main difference regarding the gender of the personnel is between the departments, here the staff is sometimes very one-sided.