We recommend taking on a job during your studies or in one of the semester breaks. A job is not only a source of income, it is also useful in many other respects. You can gain practical experience, apply what you have learned during your studies in a practical setting, and build up a network. Our graduates, rate „professional experience“ as a major criterion when job hunting.


Working at HSG

At HSG you can find interesting work opportunities in the administration, at the HSG institutes and at its schools. Check our job portal to see all job vacancies at the University.


HSG Talents Online – more than 1,200 job adverts a year

With your student ID number and your HSG password, you can also access our recruiting platform, HSG Talents Online, which is a service provided by our Career Services Center. The platform lists more than 1,200 job vacancies a year. Moreover, the Career Services Center hosts the HSG Talents Conference  every spring. It is the official recruiting event; more than 100 top-level companies present themselves on campus over the course of four weeks.


Employment for Ph.D. students

As a Ph.D. student you can work as a part-time assistant at a department or at one of the HSG institutes. Job vacancies with the possibility of doctoral studies are published on our job portal.


Employment for foreigners

As a student from an EU/EFTA country with a B residence permit, you may be in gainful employment in Switzerland for up to 15 hours per week without having to apply for a work permit. As a student from a non-EU/EFTA country with a B residence permit, you can apply for a 15-hour/week work permit with the Immigration Office of the Canton St.Gallen (Migrationsamt).  If you are looking for paid employment of more than 15 hours a week, then you should contact the Immigration Office.

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