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Average salary for University of St. Gallen alumni & graduates

Top HSG Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Job


Activity Average Salary Full Access

Executive Management & Change

$172,000  Get full report

Legal & Paralegal

$148,000  Get full report

Insurance Jobs

$147,000  Get full report

Legal Department

$140,000  Get full report

IT & Software Development

$135,000  Get full report

Programme & Project Management

$126,000  Get full report

The highest paid HSG alumni & graduates are Executive Management & Change professionals at $172,000 annually. The lowest paid University of St. Gallen alumni & graduates are Logistics, Operations & Purchasing professionals at $58,000.



Top HSG Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Degree


Degree Average Salary Full Access

Executive Masters

$188,000  Get full report


$173,000  Get full report

Executive MBA

$154,000  Get full report

Bachelor of Science

$143,000  Get full report

Bachelor (Other)

$135,000  Get full report

Masters in Management

$126,000  Get full report

The best paying degree at University of St. Gallen is Executive Masters, with alumni earning an average salary of $188,000.
Graduates from University of St. Gallen who earn the lowest salaries are those with a Masters in Science degree, earning a salary of $85,000 annually.


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More about University of St. Gallen

The University of St Gallen in Switzerland offers undergraduate and post-graduate degrees and a range of executive education programmes in the fields of business administration, law, economics, international affairs and social sciences. Founded in 1898, its courses are accredited with EQUIS and AACSB. With a student body of just 8,000 (25% of them from abroad), the university is one of the smallest in Switzerland. Notable alumni include Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein and Paul Achleitner, chair of Deutsche Bank.

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