The global Masters of Management ranking by the Financial Times surveys the top 90 higher education institutions offering Masters in Management (MiM) programmes, writes the University of St.Gallen (HSG). Its Masters in Strategy in International Management (SIM-HSG) has been ranked the best programme of its kind in the world for the sixth consecutive year. No other university has held onto the top position for so long.
“The process of self-reflection and personal mastery weaved into the acquisition of key management competencies relevant in an interconnected world is the foundation of our business programme,” said SIM-HSG managing director Omid Aschari.
The SIM programme at the University of St.Gallen strikes a balance between academic knowledge and workplace relevance. “Our focus is to develop within our students an entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial mind-set, as well as to provide them with a solid foundation in business knowledge which recognises the importance of context in a more and more diverse world,” said HSG rector Thomas Bieger.