Financing SIM Studies We understand that financing a globally recognised Master’s programme can be complicated. Therefore, we are dedicated to informing you about the financial support available to help finance your studies. Higher education is subsidized by the Swiss government, resulting in low tuition fees, especially compared to other educational institutions of interest. A degree is an investment in personal development and in the future, enabling a SIM graduate to recover the tuition fees of the Master’s programme after the first few months of employment. Student jobs The University and its institutes are regularly looking for students to do project work. The SIM Management Unit also offers projects to students of the SIM programme. Vacancies can be found on the general University Website, the HSG institutes and the Career & Corporate Services. International students are allowed to work 15 hours per week. Students from outside the EU/EFTA area need a work permit in order to work in Switzerland. Starr International Foundation Scholarship Fund This prestigious scholarship is offered to highly talented foreign-language students with a recognised foreign Bachelor’s degree. You will be considered for this scholarship if you are completing a Master’s degree in one of the English-language programmes at the HSG. HSG Foundation Global Shapers Scholarship The Global Shapers Community is an initiative of the World Economic Forum who has joined a partnership with the University of St. Gallen. It consists of a network of Hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements and their drive to make a contribution to their communities. Kistefos St. Gallen Masterclass Scholarship The Kistefos Masterclass St. Gallen Scholarship worth NOK 100’000 is given out each year to exceptional and driven candidates with a strong link to Norway. The scholarship is sponsored by Kistefos AS and driving the application and decision process is HSG Alumni Club Norway. Loan and Scholarship Fund This loan and scholarship fund was set up by the University of St. Gallen to support students who would otherwise have difficulty or even be unable to continue their studies without financial assistance. The fund offers scholarships and interest-free loans to students enrolled at the Master’s Level, with consideration given to individual circumstances, motivation and performance. Inquiries and applications go through the Advice Center for Study Funding.