The University of St.Gallen (HSG) is one of the oldest business schools there are and was the first of its kind to be founded in Switzerland. It was founded in 1898, when the Grand Council of the Canton of St.Gallen decided to establish an "academy for trade, traffic and administration " in the city of St.Gallen. 2023 will be a special year for the HSG as we celebrate our 125th anniversary.
In the year of our 125th anniversary, a wide range of events will provide an opportunity to celebrate together - and to get to know the HSG better, which has been deeply rooted in St.Gallen and the region for 125 years. Take the opportunity to discover your HSG.
In the course of the year, we will announce further events and other highlights on this page. So it's worth checking back here more often.
“The Canton of St.Gallen is proud of its HSG – congrats! In addition to outstanding specialists, it makes an important contribution to the added value of the region and radiates excellence beyond Switzerland. Many thanks to all who contribute to this.”
“HSG is usually mentioned in the same breath as the world cultural heritage site of the Abbey District. Thanks to its 3500 employees and over 9500 students from all over the world, our city is a vibrant place. I congratulate you most sincerely!”
“HSG shapes eastern Switzerland – as a leading business university with international appeal and as a first-class educational institution for business. As a co-founder, we congratulate, wish success and persistence in striving for the best.”
“FC St.Gallen 1879 warmly congratulates the 19 years-younger university and wishes HSG continued success at training young professionals into becoming leaders with clear values.”
“I learned a lot during my studies at the HSG, especially for the restructuring of the princely companies. I am very grateful for that. I wish the HSG that it continues to prepare its students to take on responsibility.”
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