New BSc Students 2022
Before the start of the studies
In need of an admission letter? Just let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send it to you.
Webinar for Newly Admitted International Students, August 18
Welcome to SSE! During this webinar we will look into practical matters that will facilitate your arrival at SSE as an international student (i.e. information sources, SSE portal, structure etc.) and in Sweden (i.e. personal number, bank account, ID card etc.) There will also be time for questions. Register for the webinar here.
Get in touch with us
We 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.
At SSE we have a small housing office that offers rooms and apartments to some of our international Bachelor students. Click here to view the available options. The application is closed, but the housing office will announce mid-June if they have any openings!
Student Residence Permit
If you need a student residence permit in order to travel to and commence your studies in Sweden, you can submit the application digitally through the Swedish Migration Board website. Detailed information about what documents you need to submit and how to apply, can be found here.
Preparatory Course in Mathematics
August 08 - 19, 2022: Preparatory Course in Mathemathics (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 our BSc programs.
In the 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.
In the Bachelor Program in Retail Management, 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 your studies. You can find some exercises here.
There will be a compulsory diagnostic test on general knowledge in basic High School mathematics which will take place on August 25, 2022.
Sign up for the course here!
August 22 - 26, 2022: Introduction Week (compulsory)
To ensure that you settle in quickly, we’re running a compulsory introduction program, August 22 - 26, 2022 - 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!
- Schedule - Introduction Week: BSc in Business & Economics
- Schedule - Introduction Week: BSc in Retail Management
Please note that the schedule is subject to change.
Would you like to learn Swedish before your studies begin?
SSE's Welcome to Swedish course
SSE organizes an introductory course for students who wish to familiarize themselves with the Swedish language and culture! It starts with two online activities on August 2nd and August 4th. It then continues with four activities physically on campus on August 10, 11, 17, and 18. All activities start at 16:15 (Swedish time) and are 90 minutes with a break.
The course is not compulsory. You can attend both this course and the Preparatory course in Mathematics!
Sign up for the course here!
SSE's Swedish courses
As soon as you have enrolled you will also be able to register to our course “1006 Introductory Swedish” (7.50 ECTS credits) that runs during the Fall semester 2022. It aims to help students become confident in basic Swedish and provide the tools needed for speaking Swedish outside the classroom, both in their everyday lives and in professional settings.
After that course, you will also be able to continue with “1007 Introductory Swedish 2” and two more Swedish courses!
Other Swedish courses: