The University of St. Gallen is a research university located in St. Gallen, Switzerland, specialising in business administration, economics, law, and international affairs. Since its founding in 1898, the education and training offered by the University of St. Gallen has been characterised by a close affinity to the working world and an integrative learning approach. With the University of St.Gallen, you will be choosing an EQUIS-, AACSB-, and AMBA-accredited business school with international prestige.
Our Executive Campus
The Executive Campus of the University of St.Gallen is a unique oasis of learning. Its quiet location, the setting in a beautiful landscape and breathtaking panoramic views make a perfect academic environment.
The Campus Hotel
Thanks to the on-campus hotel, EMBA HSG participants have the option of staying right where their classes take place. The hotel has 54 modern rooms and offers all the comforts of modern business accommodation including internet, sauna and gym. The cosy lounge is a perfect place to network with the fellow participants.
St.Gallen – the metropolitan centre of Eastern Switzerland
With a population of around 80,000, St.Gallen is one of the largest cities in the Lake Constance region, which spans four different countries. St.Gallen is Eastern Switzerland’s cultural and economic centre. Featuring a magnificent cathedral and abbey library, the St.Gallen Abbey District is the city’s most famous landmark, and was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 1987. The old town is a pedestrianised zone and is perfect for a leisurely stroll, a spot of shopping, or discovering the architectural and historical highlights of the metropolitan centre of Eastern Switzerland.
Sports, Nature and Recreation: A richly diverse region
The Lake Constance region features an impressive variety of landscapes and offers numerous opportunities for leisure and recreation. The top Alpine ski resorts are never very far away by car – for great skiing in winter and a huge choice of hiking and mountain biking routes in summer. Lake Constance is the second largest lake in the Alps, measuring 540 square kilometres, and is just 15 minutes away from the university’s Executive Campus. The lake is an ideal location to spend a relaxing evening with fellow programme participants.