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University of St. Gallen
The University of St Gallen (HSG) was founded in 1898 – the heyday of the St. Gallen textile industry – as an “Academy of Commerce, Transport and Administration” and began its lectures in 1899. Since its foundation, the education received at the HSG has been marked by its practical relevance and integrative viewpoint. Today, it is one of the leading schools of economics in Europe, and has received an international stamp of approval with EQUIS and AACSB accreditation. Some 5000 young people study at the HSG.
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St. Gallen Foundation for International Studies
The St. Gallen Foundation for International Studies is an independent foundation in St. Gallen. It is committed to various cross-generational themes and international projects at the interfaces between business, politics and society, and acts as the supervisory body for the International Students’ Committee (ISC) St. Gallen and the St. Gallen Symposium.
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