MBA scholar to strengthen Norwegian-Swedish cooperation
Kristina Zaytseva, Deputy Chief Product Owner of Swedbank’s LC&I Business Intelligence Value Stream, has been awarded the SSE MBA NSHK scholarship 2019. The scholarship is awarded to next-generation leaders, strengthening Norwegian and Swedish industry.
SSE teachers rewarded for outstanding pedagogical achievements
On August 27, Pernilla Bolander and Riccardo Sabbatucci were awarded for Outstanding Pedagogical Achievements. This is a new award aiming to create incentives for SSE’s great teachers to continue developing their pedagogical skills. The incentives are intended to encourage, motivate and acknowledge great pedagogical performance.
SSE climbs to rank 12th in the world
Today, the Financial Times published the FT Master in Management ranking 2018, which expanded to 100 programs. Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) advanced 11 places in the ranking to 12th place in the world.
Bloomberg highlights SSE’s executive program for newcomers to Sweden
Our RAMP project aims to increase diversity in Swedish industry and help newcomers to a fast track into the Swedish job market. Bloomberg Businessweek writes about the successful project it in a recent article.
Artikel i DN - Bara ett nytt sätt att tänka kan hindra att vår civilisation går bankrutt
Klimatförändringarna kräver inte bara att vi stoppar utsläppen av koldioxid, utan också att vi lyckas skapa nya relationer mellan ekonomi, politik, biologi, vetenskap och kultur. Björn Wiman (DN) möter ett exempel på Handelshögskolan i Stockholm.
Why fintech entrepreneurs choose to study finance
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) has fostered close relations with the city’s tech start-up community. Many of the faculty are deeply involved with the fintech community, both through their research on related topics and as directors, advisers and investment committee members, says professor to Bo Becker to Financial Times.
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.
SSE students making a difference in the world
The new Global Challenges educational track at the Stockholm School of Economics gives students insight into, and an understanding of, global challenges and how they can help resolve them. The first students to ever follow this track have completed their studies by presenting their creative final projects, all of which contribute to sustainable development.
Retail Management Student Simon Bering awarded the Chairman's award
Simon Bering, 3rd year student at the Retail Management program, won the Swedish Trade Federation's Chairman award. For the fifth consecutive year, an SSE student has received the award of 50 000 SEK.
SSE students win the Swedish Championship in Economics
The three bachelor students, Tor Fryer Petersson, Nicklas Kövamees, and Axel Granström are the winners of the Swedish Championship in Economics 2018.