Three days of intense action.
The programme of the 48th St. Gallen Symposium will be published on 2 April 2018.
Download last year’s programme
Plenary Sessions inspire the symposium's participants in the main auditorium and set the tone through keynotes, panels and One-on-One debate sessions.
Work Sessions are at the core of the symposium. Smaller groups of around 30 participants engage in highly interactive debates with Leaders of Tomorrow on equal footing and off the record.
Delve deeper with our Background Sessions in the university library. With great speakers, participants can lean back, soak up the input and enjoy fresh insights into current theories and affairs.