As a result of leading-edge international research and integrative teaching, you will not only gain an academic qualification but also benefit from all the practical vocational opportunities a top university can offer. At the University of St.Gallen (HSG), you will quickly come into contact with leading companies in your industry that are on the lookout for new employees. For top jobs involving specialist and managerial responsibilities, they increasingly need individuals who are not only familiar with best practice methodology but also bring a holistic view and integrative thinking. At HSG, we not only help place you in contact with top employers who are currently recruiting – we also provide careers counselling in our own Career Centre.
Students at HSG have access to a team of qualified careers experts and coaches with long-term experience in a range of industries and in human resource management. This free service is made up of various elements that you can use according to your needs to help plan your career. Put simply, the team at HSG’s Career & Corporate Services bring you together with companies. But traditional recruitment services are so last century. Here, the focus is on providing you with professional, one-to-one coaching to help you find that perfect job and see off stiff competition. The team can provide plenty of insight into the concept of New Work and changing approaches to careers. As your strategic partner and motivator, Career & Corporate Services maintain strong ties to employers and have a clear picture of who is looking for what impact and where. To help you present your impact in the best way possible, the Career Centre experts offer best practice counselling on all matters relating to recruitment. They are familiar with the employer’s viewpoint and are always keen to learn more about yours. You have access to the following services:
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“Today, careers are more about planning your lifetime potential than having a professional end goal in your sights.”