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New BSc students 2021

Congratulations on being admitted to SSE! We are looking forward to welcoming you at the school very soon. Below you will find all the practical information you need in order to prepare for your studies.

Recording from April 29: Newly Admitted BSc Students: Virtual Pre-Departure Event + Q&A

Did you miss the virtual pre-departure webinar? No worries, you can watch the recording here:

Before the start of the studies

Admission letter

Need an admission letter? Just let us know by emailing bsc.admissions@hhs.se and we will send it to you. This is only applicable to international students. National students do not require an admission letter.

Get in touch with us

Do you have questions related to your admission offer? We in the BSc Admissions team are here to answer any questions you might have and help you in your decision making process. You can book an online meeting with us.

Housing

At SSE we have a small housing office offering rooms and apartments to some of our international Bachelor students. The application for SSE housing will be open from April 16 to May 3, 2021. You apply here.

All applicants are treated equally if applying before or on May 3, 2021 at the latest.

Click here to view the available housing options.


Questions regarding COVID-19?
If you want to know how SSE is dealing with the coronavirus, click here.

For Business and Economics:

AUGUST 9 - AUGUST 20: PREPARATORY COURSE IN MATHEMATICS (RECOMMENDED BUT NOT COMPULSORY)

We offer a two-week Mathematics course prior to the compulsory introduction week. The course is recommended but not compulsory.

The purpose of this preparatory course is to provide you with a foundation necessary for the program. In the Stockholm School of Economics Bachelor Program in Business & Economics, the first year of studies includes two academic modules in mathematics. The first module is Mathematics A, and it covers an obligatory learning outcome for the course BE601 Data Analytics I, a course that runs (through the first teaching period) in the first semester. The second module is Mathematics B, and it covers an obligatory learning outcome for the course BE602 Data Analytics II, a course that runs in the second semester.

It is also a good idea to generally refresh your knowledge in mathematics prior to commencing to your studies. You can find some exercises here

The math course begins with a Welcome Mingle and an introduction to the math course on Monday, August 9. The math course runs until Friday, August 20. We strongly recommend you to attend the mingle and this course if you can.

More detailed information with specific times will be published soon.


AUGUST 26: DIAGNOSTIC MATH TEST (COMPULSORY)

There will be a compulsory diagnostic test on general knowledge in basic High School mathematics on Thursday, August 26.

More detailed information with specific times will be published soon.

For Retail Management:

AUGUST 9 - AUGUST 20: PREPARATORY COURSE IN MATHEMATICS (RECOMMENDED BUT NOT COMPULSORY)

We offer a two-week Mathematics course prior to the compulsory introduction week. The course is recommended but not compulsory.

The purpose of this preparatory course is to provide you with a foundation necessary for the program. You will have a mathematics module during one of your first courses at SSE.

It is also a good idea to generally refresh your knowledge in mathematics prior to commencing to your studies. You can find some exercises here

The math course begins with a Welcome Mingle and an introduction to the math course on Monday, August 9. The math course runs until Friday, August 20. We strongly recommend you to attend the mingle and this course if you can.

More detailed information with specific times will be published soon.


AUGUST 26: DIAGNOSTIC MATH TEST (COMPULSORY)

There will be a mandatory diagnostic test on general knowledge in basic High School mathematics on Thursday, August 26.

More detailed information with specific times will be published soon.

For both BSc programs:

AUGUST 23-27: INTRODUCTION WEEK (COMPULSORY)

To ensure that you settle in quickly, we’re running a compulsory introduction program, August 23-27, in the week prior to the program start.

During that week, you will be introduced to the academic aspects of your studies and meet your fellow students as well as the professors and staff. A number of lectures and seminars will be organized in order to introduce you to SSE and to the program. Please note that the introduction is mandatory for all students and includes your registration to the program.

The Student Association at SSE (SASSE) is also organizing many fun social activities the whole week - make sure that you don't miss out on all the fun!

You’ll find the Introduction schedule here a little closer to program start in August.

Academic Calendar (Year 1)

Fall semester 2021​ (August 30,2021 - January 17, 2022)

​30 Aug - Oct 15: Teaching period 1

Oct 5 - Oct 19: Supplementary registration period for BSc courses for teaching period 2.

Oct 18 - Oct 25: Examinations

26 Oct - 14 Dec: Teaching period 2

​TBD: Registration period for courses offered in Spring 2022 (all programs).

Dec 15 - Dec 22: ​Examinations & hand-in assignments

Jan 10 - Jan 17: ​Examinations & hand-in assignments

Spring semester 2022 (January 18, 2022 - June 3, 2022)

Jan 3 - Jan 10: Supplementary registration period for BSc courses offered in spring 2022

Jan 18 - Mar 11: Teaching period 3

​Mar 4 - Mar 17: ​Supplementary registration period for BSc courses for teaching period 4.

Mar 14 - Mar 23: Examiniations

Mar 24 - May 20: Teaching period 4

​TBD:  Registration period for BSc courses offered in Fall 2022 (all programs.)

May 23 - Jun 3: Examinations

Aug 15- Aug 19: Re-examinations

Would you like to learn Swedish before your studies begin?

Then download the app “Learning Swedish” now! This app has been developed in Sweden by the Swedish Institute, a public agency, together with a group of experienced Swedish teachers and partners. "Learning Swedish" is a free course in Swedish course for beginners with material for self-study aimed at adult learners.

It is your fast track to learning Swedish wherever you live. The course gives basic spoken and written knowledge of the Swedish language, as well as an insight into Swedish culture and society. All instructions are given in English. Once you have downloaded the app, it is also available offline:

Google Play: swedn.me/LearningSwedishAndroid
App Store: 
swedn.me/LearningSwedishiOS

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