Women* only — especially for the demands, topics, concerns and questions of women*, the University of St.Gallen (HSG) invites you to a special open day at Bachelor's level.
Get to know the campus from a very personal perspective, meet professors and doctoral students, alumnae and students at presentations, panels, workshops, lectures or a campus tour with lunch together in the refectory. You will gain exciting insights and important information in German or English about the Bachelor's programmes in Business Administration, Economics, International Affairs, Law, Law with Economics and Computer Science.
All your professional perspectives, personal development opportunities and international possibilities for developing your impact in business and society are also important topics on which you can exchange views with experienced women in a relaxed atmosphere!
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|Schedule 2023|| |
08:00 - 17:15 Infodesk (Building A 01)
Only the beginning is marked by uncertainty - Joèlle and Claudia talk about their experiences as women at the HSG in the video. Joèlle takes you along to the Women*@HSG Info Day, talks about the student association UNIVERSA and how she was able to quickly build up a network:
Put together your programme according to your interests - you can take part in two different study programme presentations, each with a sample lecture. Don't hesitate to talk to the many contact persons, from professors and lecturers to representatives of the most important services and support offices and the student body. They all come together for this much smaller and more personal Women*@HSG Open Day compared to the general Bachelor Open Days to talk about their experiences and opportunities at a leading university that, like all business and academic institutions, is still male-dominated.
The Women*@HSG Info Day is aimed at all those interested in studying for a Bachelor's degree with a university entrance qualification that is either already available or can be expected, mainly from Germany, but of course also from abroad if they have sufficient German language skills.
*This refers to all identities that can be assigned to the predominantly female gender in the conventional binary gender catalogue and includes all people who feel addressed by the terms "woman" or "women".