MSc: Information Session in New York, U.S.
Education, Outreach, Alumni
Want to add a top European business school education to your cv? The Stockholm School of Economics will give you the edge in entrepreneurship, sustainability & more. Meet us in New York, June 20!
2016-06-20 at 18:30
2016-06-20 at 20:00
Soho Grand Hotel, 310 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013, U.S.
Sign up to meet us in New York - June 20
Consider why is H&M such a fashion frontrunner? Or remember how cool was it when you found out about Spotify?
These are just some of the many progressive companies prominent in the business world today. Sweden, and more specifically its capital Stockholm, is a leader in business innovation next to Silicon Valley. What better place to pursue a business graduate degree?
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is rated as the top business school in the Nordic and Baltic countries and is highly regarded internationally. Our programs are developed in close cooperation with the research and business communities, which give our graduates great possibilities to obtain leading positions within business, NGO's, government, media and politics or by starting their own companies.
At our Information Session in New York you will be able learn more about us, our master's program portfolio, admission requirements, scholarships, global opportunities and what we have to offer you and your future career!
We are excited to get to know you and hear about your plans and hopes for the future. So, if you are interested in earning a master's degree in Europe starting in the fall 2017 or beyond, this is a great opportunity to ask questions and get some insights about SSE and to mingle with inspiring local alumni!
Newly admitted master's students will have the chance to find out more practical matters, meet a personal contact from the school and to get to know other students before arriving to Stockholm.
Why choose SSE? Here are some great reasons:
-Top ranked business school
-Close ties to business
-Excellent career and networking opportunities
-Tuition costs lower than the average graduate degree in the U.S.
-All master programs taught in English