Excellence Scholarships of the University of St.Gallen for Bachelor students
Excellence scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in a Bachelor's degree at the University of St.Gallen on the basis of merit. The scholarship amount corresponds to the current tuition fees at the Bachelor level for a total of 6 semesters.
Currently, the University of St.Gallen, the "St.Galler Stiftung für Internationale Studien" (SSIS) and the "Monique Dornonville de la Cour - Stiftung" award scholarships for excellence at the Bachelor level in cooperation with the Advice Center for Study Funding.
Enrolled students of the University of St.Gallen with an outstanding academic performance in the HSG assessment year are identified by the Advice Center for Study Funding and invited to apply for an Excellence Scholarship. An application without an invitation from the University of St.Gallen is not possible. In addition to the above-mentioned performance criterion, further selection criteria may be applied, depending on the funding source. The final selection of scholarship awardees is the responsibility of the relevant committees.
Recommendations of Bachelor students to Study Foundations
The University of St.Gallen cooperates with the "Swiss Study Foundation" and the "German Academic Scholarship Foundation".
Enrolled students of the University of St.Gallen with an outstanding academic performance in the HSG assessment year, are identified by the Advice Center for Study Funding according to the respective selection criteria of the two study foundations and asked whether their data may be forwarded.
For general information:
Currently, both study foundations also accept self-applications.
Excellence Scholarships of the University of St.Gallen for Master students
Another excellence scholarship is the "Starr International Foundation Scholarship Fund". The fund is aimed at highly talented, foreign-language students with a recognised, foreign Bachelor's degree who are pursuing a Master's degree in one of the English-language programmes:
- Strategy and International Management (SIM)
- Quantitative Economics and Finance (MiQE/F)
- International Affairs and Governance (MIA)
- Banking and Finance (MBF)
- Marketing Management (MiMM)
- Economics (MEcon)
- International Law (MIL)
- Finance and Accounting (MAccFin)
As a rule, grants in the amount of CHF 20 000.‒ per programme are awarded each year. Outstanding students are identified by the Advice Center for Study Funding on the basis of various criteria and asked to submit additional documentation. The final selection of scholarship awardees is the responsibility of the respective Master's programme representatives.
For general information:
Other Excellence Scholarships may be offered by Master programmes. Please reach out to your respective Master programme representative.