Stockholm School of Economics ranks highest in internationalization index
For the third consecutive year, the Stockholm School of Economics tops the list of Sweden’s most international universities in the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education’s (STINT) annual Internationalization Index.
SSE students making a difference in the world
The new Global Challenges educational track at the Stockholm School of Economics gives students insight into, and an understanding of, global challenges and how they can help resolve them. The first students to ever follow this track have completed their studies by presenting their creative final projects, all of which contribute to sustainable development.
Retail Management Student Simon Bering awarded the Chairman's award
Simon Bering, 3rd year student at the Retail Management program, won the Swedish Trade Federation's Chairman award. For the fifth consecutive year, an SSE student has received the award of 50 000 SEK.
Nina Åkestam the Media Personality of the year
Nina Åkestam, researcher at SSE, has been named the Media Personality of the Year 2018 in the Stockholm Media Award competition.
More than 200 people will discuss gender equality – join the conversation!
On Friday, June 1, it's time for SITE Development Day 2018: Gender Equality and Economic Development – a full day conference with both speakers and participants from business, academia and government!
Erik Wetter to World Economic Forum Working Group on Trusted Data Innovation
Misum´s Erik Wetter has been invited to join the World Economic Forum Working Group on Trusted Data Innovations.
Welcome to a seminiar on Civil Judicial Co-operation Post-Brexit
The Stockholm School of Economics and Vinge law firm hereby invites you to the sixth seminar in the series Britain and Europe – a constructive way forward
SSE students win the Swedish Championship in Economics
The three bachelor students, Tor Fryer Petersson, Nicklas Kövamees, and Axel Granström are the winners of the Swedish Championship in Economics 2018.
What are the existing challenges and good practices of creating an equal society?
Only two weeks left until this year’s SITE Development Day – Gender Equality and Economic Development: From Research to Action. There are already more than 100 registered participants for this event, please register as soon as possible if you want to attend.
Master student at SSE receives the Global Swede Award 2018
Hanqing Jasmine He, a student enrolled in the MSc in Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics, was one of the international top students receiving the Global Swede Award 2018 at a diploma ceremony taking place at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs recently.