Sustainable ideas & super fruits from SSE siblings
Macacos is the company who literally introduced the Acai Bowl to the Swedes. Something that is said to be "the" health trend of 2016. Way to go! The newly started family company consists of three partners – two former SSE students and their Brazilian mother.
Pursuing big dreams – in a small country like Sweden
At SSE, students are encouraged to pursue their business interests. We also want you to find your own complementary side passion in life. Bill Keenan found a passion for hockey first, made a sports career, and wrote a book about it. Now he has switched focus to a new goal, to strive towards a business career – that preferably will take him back to Sweden and Stockholm – a third time.
Startup at SSE Business Lab in the limelight
During one single week the SSE Business Lab startup BuildSafe was awarded The Stockholm Innovation Scholarship, Venture Cup Öst and Årets Unga Affärsidé, Solna.
Career inspiration from Daniela, SSE alum and Business & Management graduate
Daniela Bolmsjö is one of our alumni that started at Stockholm School of Economics for her Bachelor studies, continued for the Master's degree and ended up with a career that led her to a project assignment abroad. Today we want to give you some inspiration from one of our Business & Management graduates.
FT ranking: SSE remains the top school in the Nordic region
In the Financial Times European Business School ranking for 2015 SSE remains the top school in the Nordic region.
Executive Education to be integrated with SSE
The Stockholm School of Economics programs for executive education, IFL Executive Education, will now be completely integrated with the Stockholm School of Economics brand under the new name SSE Executive Education.
SSE MBA Corporate Partners scholarship 2016
Jenny Keisu, Nordic Capital receives the SSE MBA Corporate Partners Scholarship 2016.
New integration project aims to increase diversity in Swedish industry
The Stockholm School of Economics is launching a new educational program geared towards accelerating integration of university graduates who have recently arrived in Sweden as refugees.
Global challenges visualized in new artwork donated to SSE
The new artwork, "Pirate Lane" from 2007 by Clay Ketter, is part of his series Gulf Coast Slabs. This series of photographs registers the foundations of homes which were destroyed by a natural disaster of enormous scale, the hurricane Katrina.
Discover the “real “ SSE – from the viewpoint of the prizewinners of #handels24
Denise Nisell and Antonia Alan were our prizewinning team in the #handels24 competition this past spring, where 11 teams of female high school students vied to solve 100 tasks on SSE life, and also document everything in their social media networks.