SSE climbs in Financial Times European business school ranking
This year, SSE moved up two places in the FT European business school ranking, from 27 to 25, and remains the leading Nordic school on this list.
Tomas Hjelström the first recipient of the SSE Pedagogical Award
The SSE Pedagogical Award 2018 was given to Tomas Hjelström, Assistant Professor at the Department of Accounting, for his long-term excellent teaching and for being a pedagogical role model and mentor.
Financial Times highlights SSE's acceleration program for refugees
Financial Times has interviewed Lana Haddad, a refugee from Syria and one of the participants in SSE's general management program for newcomers (RAMP), who quickly found a way to a new career in Sweden. Our RAMP project aims to increase diversity in Swedish industry and help newcomers to a fast track into the Swedish job market.
Masterstudenter får Finansförbundets stipendium för uppsats om kvinnliga aktieanalytiker
Masterstudenterna Julia Gustafsson och Cecilia Jonell har fått Finansförbundets uppsatspris för sin uppsats "Stockholmsbörsens aktiedrottningar"
SSE MBA Corporate Partners 2019 Scholarship is awarded to Daniel Bruhn
Daniel Bruhn has been named as the recipient of this year’s SSE MBA Corporate Partners scholarship. He is VP, Head of Tax and Structuring at Investor AB.
Ola Bengtsson Award for best Finance PhD paper
Congratulations Tommy von Brömsen, PhD student in Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics, who was awarded the Ola Bengtsson Award for best Finance PhD paper.
SSE MBA Director Karin Wiström receives award for contributions to the EMBA community
We are proud to congratulate Karin Wiström, Director of the Stockholm School of Economics MBA Executive Format, who has been awarded the 2018 Bud Fackler Service Award for her contributions to the global EMBA community.
The Stockholm School of Economics has the Nordic countries’ most satisfied business and economics students
When, for the first time, Universum revealed its FöretagsBarometern at a Nordic level, the Stockholm School of Economics came top of the list, with the most satisfied business and economics students in the Nordic countries.
RAMP 2018 has started
The third cohort of RAMP participants have started their foundation weeks. RAMP is SSE's general management program geared towards accelerating integration of university graduates who have recently arrived in Sweden.
Stockholm School of Economics and McKinsey & Co in combined literary venture
Students at the Stockholm School of Economics are being offered opportunities to participate in fiction-reading groups and attend author discussions arranged by the School. Participating students will receive a certification in fiction issued by the Stockholm School of Economics and McKinsey & Co.