University of St. Gallen

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Swiss university

About University of St. Gallen

According to Wikipedia, The University of St. Gallen is a public research university located in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Established in 1898, it specialises in business administration, economics, law, and international affairs. In 2020, it had 9,047 students, of which 3,443 were master's students and 617 doctoral students. It is ranked among the top business universities in the world. Popular rankings place the institution as the best business school in the German speaking world and consistently among the top 1-7 business schools in Europe.

What Is University of St. Gallen Known For?

University of St. Gallen is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

University of St. Gallen's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are University of St. Gallen's Most Influential Alumni?

University of St. Gallen's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Business, Economics, and Political Science. Here are some of University of St. Gallen's most famous alumni:

Fredmund Malik
Fredmund Malik
An Austrian economist.
Josef Ackermann
Josef Ackermann
A Swiss banker.
Erik S. Reinert
Erik S. Reinert
A Norwegian economist.
Ola Källenius
Ola Källenius
A Swedish manager.
Ulf Mark Schneider
Ulf Mark Schneider
A Businessperson.
Lars Feld
Lars Feld
A German economist.
Walter Kielholz
Walter Kielholz
A Former chairman of the supervisory board and former CEO of Swiss Re.
Rolf Dobelli
Rolf Dobelli
A Swiss writer.
Thomas Buberl
A CEO of AXA.
Paul Achleitner
Paul Achleitner
A Businessperson.
Hans Michael Jebsen
A Hong Kong businessman.
Arnold Koller
A Member of the Swiss Federal Council.