Once again…University of St. Gallen ranks fourth in Financial Times ranking!
There has been significant change in the positions of several institutions in the Financial Times’ 2019 European Business School Ranking, though not at the top of the table! We are heading the global table for Masters in International Management (MiM) for the 9th year. Together with our strong position in other rankings, we could secure the 4th place overall in Europe for the 3rd consecutive year. This makes the HSG the highest-ranked public university in Switzerland as well as the most highly ranked university in the German-speaking world. By Désirée Rehnert
HSG helps boosting your career
The Financial Times European ranking recognises schools that perform strongly across a range of masters degree programmes, MBA programs, Executive MBA programs but also in the category of shorter courses such open executive education programs. In the latter category we could improve our position by three ranks. According to Alfons Sauquet, Director of Quality services at the European Foundation for Management Development, “the most proactive schools are investing in new degree programmes and support services that strengthen their alumni base”. MiM alumni surveyed by the Financial Times rated the careers service top in helping to achieve their professional aims and to find their “dream job”. This goes well with Sauquet´s statement that “top-tier schools set themselves apart by being able to secure high-level jobs for their students following graduation and useful networking opportunities with alumni to build a career afterwards”.
FT European Business Schools Rankings 2019
in: Financial Times, 2019, Dec 8