Education at the Stockholm School of Economics  

Tuition and fees

Studies free of charge for European citizens

To ensure access to higher education and to attract qualified students, the Swedish government funds all higher education in Sweden for citizens of the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA) countries and Switzerland. Thus, if you have a citizenship in a EU or EEA country, or Switzerland, studies at SSE are free of charge. >> Read more
(NB: MBA Executive Format excluded. Read more)

Tuition fees for non-EU/EEA citizens

The Swedish parliament recently introduced registration and tuition fees for third-country students from outside the European Economic Area or Switzerland attending public higher education institutions in Sweden, starting in the 2011 fall semester. The new fee structure aims to ensure full cost coverage for third-country students (as a group rather than on an individual basis).

The Swedish Institute, a government agency, administers over 500 scholarships each year for students and researchers coming to Sweden to pursue their objectives at a Swedish university. Use the link below in order to find out if any of the Swedish Institute scholarships are available for citizens of your country and your intended level of study:

Tuition fees at Stockholm School of Economics

SSE applies the same conditions and qualification requirements as public higher education institutions.

SSE has set an annual tuition fee of SEK 100,000 for bachelor’s programs and SEK 150,000 for master’s programs.

SSE will be offering a limited number of tuition scholarships for successfully admitted students to the MSc programs. One can apply for these scholarships once have been offered and accepted a place in the program (the application forms are sent out to the successful candidates). Students pay for housing, literature, and other living expenses themselves. These costs are estimated to be about SEK 7800 a month (or about EUR 880).

Who is required to pay?

Click here for more information about who is required to pay application and tuition fees.


Here you can find answers to common questions about tuition fees.