The Axel Johnson Group supports the Stockholm School of Economics’ initiative in in-depth learning
Thanks to a close partnership and a donation of SEK 50 million from the Axel Johnson Group, we will be launching the Antonia Ax:son Johnson Tutorial Program, the largest ever initiative in education and personal development in the history of our school. The donation is the only one of its kind in Sweden, where most public and private funding is usually spent on research and not education.
New PRME report from SSE: Responsibility for competitivness
Stockholm School of Economics became a member of PRME* in 2013 and has now submitted its second progress report. It includes an assessment of how SSE is achieving the goals it set itself to improve its education, research and outreach on issues of responsible management and sustainability in the past two years, and its goals for the coming two years.
The Stockholm School of Economics launches a research school in retailing
The Center for Retailing (CFR) at the Stockholm School of Economics is starting a postgraduate research program that will strengthen retail research both nationally and internationally.
Handelshögskolan startar forskarskola inom detaljhandel
Center for Retailing vid Handelshögskolan i Stockholm startar en forskarskola som kommer att stärka detaljhandelsforskningen både nationellt och internationellt.
The third cohort of Wallenberg International Fellows Program appointed
Together with Georgetown University (GU), a reception took place at Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) to celebrate the 2017’ cohort of the six Wallenberg International Fellows.
SSE MBA student receives the Global Swede Award
Miranda Restorick, a student enrolled at the SSE MBA Executive Format, is one of the international top students who received the Global Swede Award 2017 .
International business school cooperation focuses on reduction of food waste
To develop MSc students’ understanding of wicked problems and global challenges, the course “The world in the making: Tackling world problems” has been developed in collaboration with USI Lugano, Switzerland, Hanken School of Economics in Finland, and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). The cooperation has also included the International Food Waste Coalition (IFWC) and Sodexo Sweden.
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