When reseraching MBA programmes, some people self-select out of an application process, fearing they won't fit into the culture of a programme. We challenge some of the common biases about MBA programmes and highlight how the degree is relevant for a broad range of people.
When selecting an MBA programme, the location plays a strong role in many people’s decision. Our geography is broadly characterized as the German-speaking area of Europe. It is one of the most exciting and diverse places to live and do business.
Did you know: in recent years teams from the University of St.Gallen MBA have won both the Financial Times MBA Quiz hosted at the FT headquarters in London (2017 & 2018) and the International Finance Challenge hosted at SDA Bocconi in Milan (2019)?
What impact does a school make? - A 'buildOn' school in Malawi
The Part-time MBA Class of 2018 completed their second fully-funded school in partnership with buildOn, this time in Kapyola, Malawi. This film explores the impact their school will make and the value of travelling to Malawi on trek.
Student-led social impact project - A 'buildOn' school in Nepal
The Part-time Class of 2018 worked with the Nepal office of US-headquartered non-profit 'buildOn' to fund and build a school in the village of Kuine. This film chronicles the start of construction in October 2018.
Ewa Maciejewski, Vice Director and Head of Careers, Corporates and Strategic Projects, features alongside industry colleagues from University of California, Berkeley, University of Southern California and London Business School.
What are your most memorable experiences in the programme so far?
“A solid technical education and a solid business education makes great sense; I quite like this translation between really understanding people on the technical side, but still connecting to economics.” Tim Vollrath, Part-time Class of 2022, shares some mid-programme reflections with MBATube.
Corporate Project, Research Project or Business Plan?