Gender Monitoring Surveys of indicators relating to equal opportunities are part of the international standard today and constitute a central criterion for quality assurance at universities. At the HSG, these figures are determined at regular intervals. Results of the 2018 Gender Monitoring Students In comparison with previous years, our student body still consists of two thirds men and one third women. In contrast to previous years, the proportion of women remained almost constant at the point of transfer from Assessment Year to Bachelor’s Studies and from the Bachelor’s to the Master’s Level. This is particularly gratifying since measures had been taken to prevent a discrepancy between the two levels. An increase in the proportion of men in the course of the academic career trajectory can be recognised as slight from the Ph.D. Level onwards and very distinct at the top of the career in the transition from assistant professor to full professor. Teaching and research All in all, the change in the percentage of women across all three levels – permanent lecturers, assistant professors and full professors – amounted to zero between 2015 and 2017, i.e. small increases in the percentage of permanent lecturers and full professors were absorbed by a decrease in the proportion of women among assistant professors. The “glass ceiling” for women is still not as big in any transition between levels as in that between assistant professor and full professor. Administration The Administration employs roughly the same number of men and women all in all. Across the different management levels, however, the structure changes strongly. Personnel in the administration of Human Resources and institute activities are predominantly women, and in the Administration, too, personnel are distributed among the various occupational fields according to the traditional role perceptions of “masculine” and “feminine” activities. Accordingly, IT Services is the department with the highest proportion of men.