SSE is an independent, private institution that mainly relies on private funding. Only 18% of SSE’s revenue distribution comes from the Swedish government. The support we receive from the companies is therefore crucial for our school and its future development.
Join over 100 Swedish and international companies who are part of the SSE Corporate Partnership Program and support the development of the school’s research.
Why support us?
SSE graduates make a difference. Of the top 30 Swedish companies on the OMX Stockholm 86% have at least one SSE alum on their Board of Directors or Executive Management team.
40 student nationalities.
SSE is the Swedish member institution of CEMS (The Global Alliance in Management Education).
Relevance for the business community
More than 90% of the Bachelor and Master students find a job within 3 months of graduation.
More than 80% of the Bachelor and Master students find a job before they complete their studies.
11 education programs - 2 Bachelor programs, 5 Master programs, 3 PhD programs, 1 MBA program (Executive Format) and over 130 Executive Education programs.
4th in the world in the FT (Financial Times) Masters in Management Ranking 2022.
20th in the world in the FT (Financial Times) Masters in Finance Ranking 2022.
10th in the world in the FT (Financial Times) Executive Education Open 2022.
20th in the world in the FT (Financial Times) European Business School Ranking 2022.
Ranked as the top Nordic business school by the Financial Times for 18 years in a row (2021).
57th in the world in the FT (Financial Times) Executive MBA ranking 2022.
SSE’s organization: 7 departments, 8 research institutes, 34 research centers.
5 year EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) Accreditation, certifying that all of the main activities – teaching as well as research – are of the highest international standard.
4 double degree collaborations (with CEMS, Bocconi University, University of St. Gallen and Sciences Po).
Research collaborations with 200 international universities in 40 countries and with 200 companies, public agencies and non-academic institutions.
The SSE Business Lab, which strives to be the best environment in the world for efficient start-ups, has been awarded the second best business incubator in the world in terms of survival and ROI.
16% of SSE's alumni start their own companies.
Top tier research
3 out of 10 members of the Nobel Economic Sciences Prize Committee are from SSE; Professor Tore Ellingsen, Professor Per Strömberg and Professor Peter Englund.