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SSE MBA Carl Silfvén Scholarship

This scholarship is given by the Carl Silfvén Foundation, which is established through the will of Carl Silfvén in 1914. The scholarship covers the full tuition fee of SEK 619,000 (SEK 495,000 + VAT), for the SSE MBA Executive Format Autumn, as well as travelling costs up to SEK 150,000 and costs for accommodation up to SEK 150,000. Application for 2021 is closed.

The scholarship will be awarded a person employed by a Swedish organization anywhere in the world. Requirements are a Bachelor's degree in a non-business subject, at least five years relevant work experience and a proven high level of English proficiency. The scholarship shall promote the competitiveness of Swedish-based business in an international market.

To apply for the scholarship please fill out this Open form before August 31Application deadline is passed and application is closed.

Of the candidates applying, 3 to 7 finalists are chosen and asked to provide a full application for the SSE MBA program (including interview and tests). The recipient of the scholarship is selected by the Carl Silfvén Foundation. 

If you have any questions about this form or the scholarship, please contact helena.bergelv@hhs.se.

Read more about Gökçe Günaydın, Global Medical and Scientific Communications Manager Immunology at Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB, the recipient of the SSE MBA Carl Silfvén scholarship 2021.

Read what the SSE MBA Carl Silfvén scholarship 2019 recipients, Jennie Fahlström, Director and Curator at Sveriges Allmänna Konstförening (SAK), and Randolph Heyrowsky, CEO Trainee & Executive Assistant at Daniel Wellington are saying about their expectations of the program.

Read what the SSE MBA Carl Silfvén scholarship recipients Kim Elman, Business Area Manager at Vesper Group, Sofie Åbyhammar, Business Developer, SSAB and Matt Burr Dixon, Director of Africa Business Operations at Knack in South Africa have to say about their SSE MBA experience. Article in Swedish.

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