SSE Executive Education #1 in the Nordic and Baltic region – again
In Financial Times’ international ranking of business schools for management and leadership development, SSE Executive Education keeps its top position within the Nordic and Baltic region. And climbs on the international level.
Swedish leadership – the next export success
Swedish leadership has long been praised internationally, and in an increasingly borderless world Swedish leadership is geared up to become the next big export success. SSE Executive Education at the Stockholm School of Economics is now proudly contributing to this development with a new focus on training for managers and leaders who work in the international arena. The Executive Management Program International Edition launches in November.
True meritocracy leads away from contempt of the elite
How to improve visitor’s experience of Stockholm – a joint project by SSE and Babson students
How might we improve the visitor’s experience of Stockholm, especially for those who face challenges from a disability? That was the overarching assignment for 11 mixed teams of students from Babson College, Boston and SSE. The teams had one week to come up with constructive solutions.
Lars Strannegård: Sann meritokrati väg bort från elitföraktet
Lars Strannegårds fördjupande artikel om meritokrati finns publicerad i Svenska Dagbladets Under Strecket den 17 mars.
SSE students want to improve oral participation in the classroom by female students
Anja Tuneld and Athina Swahn have been awarded the Gun & Einar Larsson scholarship 2016 (GELS) for their project "Speak up! Solutions to symptoms of gender inequality".
Magnus Bild MSc Teacher of the Year 2015/2016
Magnus Bild has been appointed MSc Teacher of the year 2015/2016 by the SASSE Education Committee!
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.