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Sara Radu awarded with SSE MBA Corporate Partner Scholarship

Sara Radu, Managing Director at Berema AS/Atlas Copco has been awarded the SSE MBA Corporate Partner scholarship 2021.

A top-talent nominee from Stockholm School of Economics’ Corporate Partner, Atlas Copco, is this year’s recipient of the SSE MBA Corporate Partner Scholarship. The scholarship covers the full tuition fee of the SSE MBA Executive Format program, valued in SEK 495,000. This is the eighth consecutive year that SSE has handed out the Scholarship to one of its Corporate Partner companies.

The purpose of the scholarship is to promote executive development among our next generation of leaders. It is also a way to thank our generous Corporate Partners.
Karin Wiström
Director SSE MBA

All candidates to the scholarship must be top-performing managers with an entrepreneurial spirit and a proven record of successful leadership. The recipient of the scholarship is expected to contribute to the Corporate Partner organization by bringing best practices, new tools and ideas into the business. They are encouraged to become leaders that work more effectively with a strategic and holistic understanding of their organization.

“I am truly grateful for the fantastic opportunity that this scholarship will provide me. These coming 18 months will award me with a unique possibility to accelerate my learning in relevant areas. I cannot wait to get started on this journey and expand my knowledge base, while getting to know, and learn from, all my fellow students in the Executive MBA program. I sincerely thank Atlas Copco for nominating me to this scholarship and I commit myself to living up to their expectations by translating my coming learnings into firm results”.
Sara Radu
Managing Director at Berema AS, an Atlas Copco subsidiary

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