26 May 2017. The brochure "The HSG: a portrait – facts and figures" appears once a year. Besides the numbers of students, the brochure also publishes research figures, figures about international and regional development, as well as financial figures.
Facts about the University
- Studies: More than 8,300 students are enrolled at the University of St.Gallen. A third of the students are women.
- Involvement: About half of the students are involved in one of the approx. 120 associations and initiatives at the HSG
- Labour market: On graduation, More than 90 per cent of the Master’s graduates had a fixed job.
- Loyalty: The HSG Alumni organisation has over 26,000 members.
- Ranking: In 2016, the HSG defended its top ten position in the Financial Times Ranking and occupied 5th place.
- Executive education: Today, the HSG generates a turnover of CHF 47.7m with its executive education.
- Research: More than 40,000 publications about research results of the HSG are accessible online. 30 per cent of these publications are openly accessable on the platform.
- Global research: The HSG intends to join the international research vanguard with two global Centers.
- International: The HSG operates a network with about 200 partner universities worldwide. All in all, students from more than 80 nations are enrolled.
- Regional: With more than 2,900 employees, the HSG is among the biggest employers in the Canton of St.Gallen. This is tantamount to 1033.1 full-time jobs.
- Entrepreneurship: The University sensitises, encourages and supports HSG members in their start-up ventures. More than 400 start-up consultations are provided every year.
- Shaped by the institutes: The 41 institutes, research centres and centers are organised largely autonomously and along entrepreneurial lines.
- Art: 47 works of art are on the campus waiting to be discovered, among them works by Giacometti, Richter and Miró.
- History: The HSG can look back on a 119-year history. Its most important milestones are illustrated in the brochure.
Further facts and figures can be found in our brochure "The HSG: a portrait – facts and figures"