Do you have an undergraduate degree in a subject other than Business or Economics, but are interested in what more business knowledge and leadership skills could do for you? Then the SSE MSc in General Management is for you.
In today's society, there is a high demand for professionals whose education combines business with other fields such as engineering, law, medicine, political science, design, or journalism. The most important future leaders need to have broad business knowledge and know how to apply theories and conceptual tools within a wide range of fields. That’s exactly the ambition of the two-year MSc in General Management program.
We are looking for students who seek a challenge and have the ambition to reach leadership positions in different industries. If you are curious, open to change and want to tackle new issues while using your leadership potential and prior knowledge, we warmly welcome your application.
Solid theoretical base combined with practical skills training
The program offers a solid theoretical base combined with extensive practical skills training. You will work on real-life projects and acquire a good understanding of the core aspects of a business - from idea generation and strategy, through sales, marketing and operations to finance, accounting and organizational structure.
After completing the program, you will have great freedom of choice in your future career, opening pathways to positions such as industrial business leader, line manager or entrepreneur, as well as specialist functions like corporate lawyer or business journalist. Graduates from the program go into diverse industries: for example management consulting, computer/information technology, investment banking, manufacturing and media/culture.
SSE one of the best in Europe
SSE is one of the leading business schools in Europe. We have been ranked no. 1 in the Nordic countries eight years in a row by the Financial Times ranking of the world's 70 best Masters in Management programs. SSE remains the only Swedish school to be listed in the FT rankings. For the full list, click here»