MBA scholars to strengthen Swedish competitiveness
Sofie Dahlberg and Åsa Ek have been awarded the SSE MBA Silfvén scholarships 2017. The scholarships are given to the next generation of leaders to promote the competitiveness of Swedish-based business in an international market.
SSE MBA Executive Format 2017
January 30 marked the first stage of an 18-month journey for a new group of MBA students at the Stockholm School of Economics. 48 participants are enrolled in the SSE MBA Executive Format 2017 program, an intense learning experience that prepares participants to build, lead and improve organizations.
Mikaela Lundh is the Female Economist of the Year
The Female Economist of the Year 2016 is Mikaela Lundh. The scholarship, which highlights future female leaders, is being awarded for the 16th consecutive year to an outstanding female student at the Stockholm School of Economics.
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Alternativt urval - en ny möjlighet att söka till Handelshögskolan
Handelshögskolan i Stockholm introducerar under 2017 ett alternativt urval till kandidatprogrammen i Business and Economics och Retail Management inför läsåret 2017-2018.
Anders Richtnér new CEO of Executive Education at SSE
In connection with SSE Executive Education moving into the school’s premises at Sveavägen 65, Anders Richtnér has been appointed as the new CEO of SSE Executive Education. On February 1, 2017, he will take over from Ingrid Engström, who has thus completed the crucial assignment of integrating executive education at the Stockholm School of Economics.
The Hult Prize winners in Sweden announced
The winners of the Hult Prize in Sweden were announced at HHS aula last Friday. Twelve teams competed which is double the number from last year. This year's challenge, which is set every year by former President Bill Clinton, was to "turn the refugee crisis into a refugee opportunity by building sustainable and scalable social enterprises that restore the rights and dignity of 10 million refugees by 2022."
Sara Rosengren - BSc Teacher of the Year 2015/2016
Sara Rosengren is Associate Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics. She is also a board member of SIR and the European Advertising Academy. Since 2014 Sara is Head of Research at SSE's Center for Retailing (CFR).
SSE graduates are very successful in launching their careers
Recent Bachelor’s and Master’s graduates from the Stockholm School of Economics are very successful in launching their careers according to our 2016 placement survey, which includes more than 2,000 alumni who graduated during the years 2013-2015.