The Student Exchange Program is adminstrated by the Program Office. The Program Office also administrates Erasmus, the networks CEMS, PIM & NOREK and some of the scholarship programs offered to SSE students.
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) operates an extensive student exchange program with a number of top ranked universities and business schools all around the world. The School is member of the two prominent networks PIM
(Partnership in International Management) and CEMS
(The Global Alliance in Management Education).
SSE has about 65 partner universities and each academic year, SSE sends approximately 150 students abroad on exchange and hosts over 150 exchange students from all over the world. The majority of the exchange places are part of the Master's program, but some places are offered at the Bachelor's level. The student exchange places are reserved for students from the SSE partner universities (free movers are not accepted). SSE holds an Erasmus University Charter (see SSE Erasmus Policy Statement.pdf