For all questions regarding admission, please contact the Admissions and Crediting Office of the University of St. Gallen.
Yes, this is possible in principle. However, you will be expected to take additional courses for final admission. In this case, please contact the Admissions and Credit Office of the University of St.Gallen.
Yes, we organise the "MGM Welcome Days" (week 37) for our new students before the official start of the semester (week 38). This introductory event serves to get to know your fellow students, the programme management, selected members of our faculty as well as renowned guests from business and society. Students admitted to our Master's programme will receive more detailed information about the MGM Welcome Days programme in the summer before the start of their studies. It is highly recommended to attend this introductory event.
No. According to Art. 3 of the study regulations ausschliesslich im Herbstsemester eines jeden Jahres möglich.
Please note that our MGM Welcome Days start in week 37 and thus before the official start of the semester. Students admitted to our Master's programme will receive more detailed information about the MGM Welcome Days programme in the summer before the start of their studies. It is highly recommended to attend this introductory event.
The University of St. Gallen offers a comprehensive StudentGuide with valuable information on arriving in St.Gallen, our campus, an optimal start to your studies, important communication and IT tools as well as our diverse advisory services. You can find more information about life in St. Gallen here.
The MGM is a full-time and face-to-face degree programme, which is why working cannot be officially supported. If students decide to work part-time, they must do so in individual coordination with all lecturers of the courses taken, examination dates and group work. We recommend a part-time job of no more than 20-30%. Please note the study time limit of a maximum of 8 semesters.
No, this is not possible. Note that the Managerial Impact Project spans two consecutive semesters starting with each autumn semester, and it is not possible to complete a semester abroad during this time.
According to Art. 2 of the study regulations an exchange semester is not possible in the 1st semester of the Master's level. In addition, an exchange semester in the 3rd semester is recommended. Further information on exchange opportunities in the MGM can be found here.
MGM students have the opportunity to apply for exclusive double degrees mit renommierten Partneruniversitäten zu bewerben sowie für den prestigeträchtigen CEMS Master’s in International Management (MiM) Doppelabschluss.
All courses are published in our course catalogue with detailed course information as part of a leaflet as well as scheduling and location information.
Depending on the course, centralised or decentralised examinations are written. The respective form of examination is documented in an information sheet and is binding from the beginning of the semester. The central examination dates take place outside the lecture period (see schedule). Decentralised examination dates take place during the lecture period and are announced by the lecturers during the semester.
Yes. Since the MGM aims to ideally prepare students for their professional life, collaborative working skills are already emphasised here. Whether a course has a group work component or not can be found in the respective information sheet in the course catalogue.
The University of St. Gallen uses the so-called bidding procedure to register for courses, through which the courses are distributed. This procedure ensures the best possible equality of opportunity for all students.
The University of St. Gallen offers a wide range of advisory services that are happy to help you in various situations in life. You can find an overview of all advisory services here. The programme management of the MGM is exclusively responsible for programme-specific enquiries and can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org. Before you contact us with your enquiry, we ask you to first consult the StudentWeb, which offers comprehensive information on all matters. If you still have a question, we will be happy to help you.
Formal questions regarding the recognition of practice-credits can be answered by the central Admissions and Crediting Office of the University of St. Gallen. In order for us to be able to credit your practical activity, the activity must be related in content to the subject study of the Master in General Management. The practical report can be written in German or English. Students can find further information on practice credits in the MGM on StudentWeb.
Students can find all information about Master's theses at the MGM on the StudentWeb.