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CEMS and XTM Projects

Our faculty regularly supervise CEMS and XTM projects. Please feel free to get in touch if you are interested in doing a project within the domain of sports.

CEMS Projects

The CEMS Master in International Management (MIM) is a one-year joint degree program offered by a consortium of 34 leading business schools, over 70 Corporate Partners, and 8 Social Partners around the world. SSE is the only school in Sweden that is a member of CEMS. 

Within CEMS, students must carry out a Business Project accounting for 15 ECTS. Business projects reinforce the partnership between universities and companies in jointly shaping the students' learning process in international management. They are consultancy-like projects designed as a real-life learning experience for students: international teams solve a real business problem as a one-term, part-time activity. 

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Augustin Caprasse, Janic Cavelti, Domen Stenovec and Alex Torgersson (2018). Ski Team Sweden Alpine - Center of Excellence (Ski Team Sweden Alpine).

Mirto Bonan, Catarina Drott, Emelie Lin and Christian Scheuber (2018). ICA Classic – Moving in the right direction? (A Swedish Classic).

Marcus Litz, Malin Perman, Christian Rump and Rémi Thivolle (2017). Swedish Elite Ice Hockey: A stakeholder analysis and possible action plans for male elite organisations to support the development of female hockey (SHL and HockeyAllsvenskan).

Melanie Rosner, Max Sihvonen, Ville Polvinen and Thomas Harsch (2016). Increasing Ticket Sales for the Women’s European Handball Championship 2016 (the Central Organizing Committee of the 2016 Women’s European Championship in Handball).

Marvin Billerbeck, Natalie Froesch, Lukas Killinger and Benedikt Wiechers (2016). The Connected League: Designing bundles and monetization options for SEF’s Connected League (Föreningen Svensk Elitfotboll).

Antoine Cairon, Robert Kalas, Sandra Tersluisen and Tjorben Struck (2015). Stepping up the Sales & Marketing Game  (Djurgården Hockey).

Executive Trainee Module (XTM) Projects

The MSc Executive Trainee Module, or XTM in short, is SSE's response to the growing demand for practical learning integrated into traditional academic training, emphasizing the strategic dimensions that are so important in today's business organizations. 

XTM includes 80 days of full-time trainee work and 20 days of case writing and XTM classes at SSE. The program is offered for most MSc programs during semester 3. To participate, you have to be selected by one of the XTM companies. 

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Yao Cai and Jakob Hammarskjöld (2020). Star Player vs. Team Spirit: Managing Digitalization in Swedish Male Professional Football (Föreningen Svensk Elitfotboll).