Tough negotiations — From 14 until 16 May students from several European universities met at the HSG for a simulation of the UN climate negotiations
UN Climate Conference simulation
Swiss energy policy — Assistant Professor Jörn Richert writes about how a successful Swiss energy policy can be achieved
Person overlooking city from behind a window - Switzerland's energy strategy
HSG Focus "Digital" — The latest issue of our University magazine focuses on digital topics, from email surveillance to cyber conflicts
HSG Focus digital
Honorary Doctorate — Our term of the month
Honorary Doctorate
Megatrends 2050 — Professor Peter Maas on the impact of megatrends on our everyday worlds
Peter Maas on Megatrends
Financial Times Ranking — The Financial Times has ranked the HSG as the 6th best European business school
A student reads the "Financial Times"
Art interviews — Artists whose works can be seen at the HSG speak about their work and their ideas about art
art at the HSG
Global, practice-oriented, interlinked — Vision and general principles of the University of St.Gallen (HSG)
Main Building of the HSG
Entrepreneurs of tomorrow — The University of St.Gallen (HSG) encourages Start-ups
Entrepreneurs at the University of St.Gallen (HSG)


Studying at the HSG

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Lifelong learning

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Public services

Come and find out all about us. As part of our activities for external visitors, you can experience our professors and lecturers live.


Outlook: renewable energies

Professor Rolf Wüstenhagen on the topic of this year's St.Gallen Forum for Management of Renewable Energies: "(EM)POWERING the Future". Where is the energy sector headed? What do new business models look like and what do customers expect from politicians and companies?

Support for energy strategy

5th Consumer Barometer of Renewable Energy – sustained support for Swiss energy strategy despite challenging economic environment.

Professor Rolf Wüstenhagen on the topic of this year's St.Gallen Forum for Management of Renewable Energies: "(EM)POWERING the Future". Where is the energy sector headed? What do new business models look like and what do customers expect from politicians and companies?

Events at HSG

5/28/2015 – Rethinking Corporate Headquarters (Anmeldung erforderlich|kostenpflichtig)

Weiterbildungszentrum Holzweid
«Innovative Approaches for Managing the Multi-Divisional Firm»; weitere Infos:

5/28/2015 – SMS Pre-Conference Doctoral & Junior Faculty Workshop (mit Anmeldung|kostenpflichtig)

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
HSG 09-011 | 09-012
Prof. Dr. Tomi Laamanen, weitere Infos:

5/29/2015 – Rethinking Corporate Headquarters (Anmeldung erforderlich|kostenpflichtig)

Weiterbildungszentrum Holzweid

5/30/2015 – Rethinking Corporate Headquarters (Anmeldung erforderlich|kostenpflichtig)

Weiterbildungszentrum Holzweid
«Innovative Approaches for Managing the Multi-Divisional Firm»; weitere Infos:

More events

Social Media


6 hours ago HSGUniStGallen

Nehmen Sie am City-Duell teil? «SRF-Bewegt» will im Rahmen des City-Duells herausfinden, wer die «aktivste» Stadt ist. Die Städte Baden, Chur, Luzern und Bern fordern St.Gallen heraus. Am 8. Juni, 17 bis 19 Uhr, gilt es für die St.Gallerinnen und St.Galler auf der Leichtathletikanlage Neudorf so viele Runden wie möglich zu rennen, zu joggen oder zu gehen. Nach zwei Stunden wird gezählt. Weiter Informationen unter:

Do you take place at the City-Duell? “SRF-Bewegt“, a show on Swiss television, wants to find out in a City-Duell which city is the “most active”. Baden, Chur, Lucern and Bern are calling out St.Gallen. On 8 June at 5 p.m the run for the people form St.Gallen will start on the athletics track Neudorf. They have to run, jog or walk as many laps as possible. After two hours all laps will be counted. Further information in German under:

1 day ago HSGUniStGallen

Our University Sports team invites you to join them for games and sports on 30 and 31 May 2015 at the "Family Days Kronberg":

Am kommenden Wochenende, 30. und 31. Mai 2015, lädt der Universität St.Gallen - Unisport zusammen mit der Luftseilbahn Jakobsbahn-Kronberg AG zu den bereits traditionellen Familientagen am Kronberg ein. Zwei Tage Spiel und Spass für Jung und Alt stehen auf dem Programm:


1 day ago HSGStGallen

RT @HSGResearch: 5. Kundenbarometer Erneuerbare Energien des IWÖ erschienen: weiterhin hohe Zustimmung zur Energiestrategie 2050: http://t.…

1 day ago HSGStGallen

RT @HSGProfessional: «Ein Fussballspiel ist eben nicht nur 90 Minuten lang», #HSG-Ethiker Thomas Beschorner im Videointerview:…

2 days ago HSGStGallen

RT @SG__Symposium: Do the Leaders of Today understand the language of the Leaders of Tomorrow? Find out at

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