University of St Gallen - SIM-HSG

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Founded in 1898, the university lies at the heart of Europe and has one of the largest management faculties on the continent. The University of St.Gallen is one of Europe's most distinguished universities, with an unrivaled reputation for quality within the German speaking region. Switzerland is continually recognized as one of the most competitive economies in the world. This world class business environment hosts the regional or global headquarters for over 300 of the world’s leading companies.

The Part-time MBA is designed for young executives wanting to pursue an MBA and continue working. Modules will take place in St.Gallen with additional modules in Barcelona, Basel, Frankfurt, Oxford, Salzburg and Schaffhausen, which allows us to draw on guest speakers and content from some of Europe's most important markets. The Full-time MBA programme is divided into four parts: Core Modules & Career Development Courses, Integration Courses, Electives and Corporate Project. Modules take place in St.Gallen with the opportunity to study abroad in either Singapore or Tokyo.

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  • class size: 51 (2018 intake)
  • % international students: 90
  • % female students: 50
  • % employed after 6 months: 100
  • course fee: 3,327 CHF per semester (three semester)
  • average age: 24 (age range 2018 intake: 20-36)
  • # of nationalities: 29 (2018 intake)