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St.Gallen University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland (De:St.Gallen Hochschule fur Angewandte Wissenschaften, Schweiz ):
Philosophy of FHS St.Gallen Prepared to tackle the future through a modern approach to studying, top-quality postgraduate studies and up-to-date research & development
Vital issues of the future FHS St.Gallen consistently focuses on providing solutions to future issues of regional and national relevance. This includes the promotion of small and medium-size businesses, sustainable innovation management, new forms of creating and structuring social areas, demographic changes and the recent developments in the areas of health care and nursing. Thanks to its interdisciplinary approach and its excellent networking contacts to both the business world and the general public, FHS St.Gallen acts as an important link between science and the workplace.
Modern approach to studying Practical training, innovative creativity and a focus on interdisciplinary correlations are vital qualities that are taught at FHS St.Gallen. Students graduating from St. Gallen are versatile practitioners and lateral thinkers with a strong scientific background, which makes them highly sought after specialists and managers. Leading to an internationally recognised bachelor degree, the bachelor courses offered at FHS St.Gallen can be taken on either a full-time or part-time basis, or a combination of both. The bachelor courses cover a variety of study fields such as business, social work and health care.
Top-quality postgraduate studies FHS St.Gallen is the competence centre for postgraduate studies in Eastern Switzerland, with its educational services including a wide range of master study courses in the areas of technology, business, social work and health care. Through master studies, postgraduate students can enhance their professional and management competencies. These studies also facilitate the acquisition of cross-functional competencies in the areas of management engineering and social informatics, for example. The shorter diploma (DAS) or certificate (CAS) courses are designed to upgrade skills and know-how and to enhance existing competencies. The graduates not only acquire compelling skills and recognised degrees, but also establish a useful network among peers and colleagues.
Â St. Gallen, Thurgau, Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Appenzell Innerrhoden
Canton of St. Gallen, Switzerland
YES- (International Students)
Professor Dr Sebastian Wrwag
Business (BBA/MBA...)|Computer Science and Information Technology|Economics and Finance|Engineering (Civil. Environmental and Geomatic Engineering)|Psychology and Educational Sciences|Sciences and Technology|Business Administration
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