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.
Stockholm School of Economics is Sweden's most international University
According to the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT), which today published its Internationalisation Index, the Stockholm School of Economics is Sweden’s most international university.
Åke Freij awarded Handelsbanken's doctoral scholarship
Åke Freij has been awarded Handelsbanken's Doctoral Scholarship (Senska Handelsbankens doktorandstipendium).
Anna Dreber Almenberg – new professor at the Stockholm School of Economics
Anna Dreber Almenberg has today been appointed Professor of Economics by the Board of the Stockholm School of Economics. Anna is a well-established researcher whose interdisciplinary studies in behavioral economics have been published in the world’s foremost scientific journals. In connection with Anna’s promotion as professor, she becomes the holder of the Johan Björkman Chair in Economics.
Discover SSE & K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program
Calling all prospective Master students from the Nordic countries and Southeast Asia with an international background and a passion for entrepreneurship. Compete for a 3-nights travel grant including accommodation and packed with activities!
New Chair Endowed at the Stockholm School of Economics
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) has received a donation of 50M SEK from the Johan Björkman Foundation (Johan Björkmans allmännyttiga stiftelse för ekonomisk forskning mm). The donation allows for the establishment of a new chair in Economics, which will be named in Johan Björkman’s honor
Stockholm School of Economics reshapes its undergraduate education - New Global Challenges track will form the leaders of tomorrow
The Stockholm School of Economics has launched a new focus within its Bachelor Program in Business and Economics. The new educational track is called Global Challenges and entails an expanded curriculum aimed at enhancing students’ understanding of the global challenges facing society, making them wise, compassionate and discerning leaders.
Årets Kurslitteraturpris till forskare på Handels
Docent Maria Grafström och professor Lars Strannegård är två av författarna till boken "En berättelse om organisering" som tilldelats Kurslitteraturpriset av Studentlitteratur. Boken har ett nydanande pedagogiskt upplägg, där en skönlitterär berättelse om ett företags tillkomst och utveckling står i centrum.
RAMP pilot round closed for applications
Rapid Acceleration Management Program, our executive education program for recently arrived refugees starts at the end of August.
Statement on higher education in Turkey
Stockholm School of Economics is a signatory of the Magna Charta Universitatum and, as such, with over 800 other universities, shares and supports a set of fundamental principles of academic freedom. A statement from The Magna Charta Observatory calls upon Turkish authorities to restore, guarantee and protect the institutional autonomy of universities and the academic freedom of academic staff and students.