Stockholm School of Economics ranks highest in internationalization index
For the third consecutive year, the Stockholm School of Economics tops the list of Sweden’s most international universities in the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education’s (STINT) annual Internationalization Index.
Andreas Göthenberg, STINT, Sigbritt Karlsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stefan Bengtsson, Chalmers University of Technology and Katarina Hägg, Stockholm School of Economics. Fotograf: Camilla Cherry.
STINT’s index details development in six key aspects of internationalization, including research, education, personnel and management, and provides support in the Stockholm School of Economics’ continued internationalization efforts.
“Our strategic focus is to become a leading international business school based in Stockholm. This award acknowledges that our goal-oriented efforts are yielding results and we are very pleased that this has been highlighted in STINT’s survey for the third consecutive year,” says Lars Strannegård, President of the Stockholm School of Economics.
The Internationalization Index is intended as a tool for defining internationalization in higher education and research, and for increasing commitment in issues related to internationalization.
For more information, please contact:
Communications and Marketing Manager, Stockholm School of Economics
+46 8 736 90 15
Program Manager and Developer of the STINT Internationalization Index
+46 70 840 27 40
STINT’s assignment is to promote the internationalization of Swedish higher education and research. The assignment covers all fields of science and all disciplines. STINT is an active player and driving force in the development of Swedish universities’ international partnerships. The purpose being to strengthen the universities’ international positioning and global competitiveness. STINT’s special role provides opportunities for innovative and proactive efforts. www.stint.se