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The Industrial Club is the very first asossiaction at the University of St. Gallen (HSG) striving to foster the dialogue among students and representatives of industrial companies. With company sights, presentations and social events a personal relationship is forged and a mutual understanding established. The Industrial Club was founded in June 2010 - at that time a lacking representation of the industrial branch was faced by a strong student interest. From there on, it was and still is our main concern to demonstrate the industry's attractiveness and diversity. As one of the most active and fastest growing organizations, we provide you each semester unique events. On our homepage you can find the most recent news about industry-related developments as well as our upcoming events. We warmly recommend you our facebook page.
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Start profiting right now from our numerous events and unique insights into the industrial sector. Are you interested in the mechanical and electrical engineering, train & aircarft construction, pharma & chemical companies or the luxury industry? Then you are in exactly the right place! Convince yourself of the industry's diversity and innovative power. Get in touch with other students with the same interests, broaden your personal network and enhance your hiring chances with industry firms.
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Here you find both, an overview of our upcoming events during the spring term 2017 and all relevant information referring to those events. We are continously uploading new content - stay tuned!
We are looking forward to seeing you at one of our events.
Upcoming: 18th of April 2017 – Rotation Dinner with out Strategic Partners!
Do you want to stay tuned about ongoing development of the Swiss industry and its global counterparts? Don't miss the Industrial Club Blog. Once a monce, we blog about industry developments worldwide. Questions like "How severly the Brexit is hitting the British industry" or "What are the consequences of the TIPP agreement between the EU and the US?" are posed and elaborated.