The Stockholm School of Economics opened its doors to its first students for more than 100 years ago, in 1909. In time, SSE outgrew these premises and in 1926 the School moved into newly constructed quarters at Sveavägen 65, the address of the main building to this day. Today the building is flanked by newer buildings and a number of additional premises are located in nearby blocks.
SSE offers two highly attractive Bachelor Programs, all taught in English:
SSE offers five different challenging Master programs, all taught in English.
The overall objective of SSE's PhD Programs is to produce cutting-edge researchers. If you contribute your talent, work hard and remain curious, SSE's faculty will provide high-quality supervision and an exciting environment where real-life problems take center stage. SSE offers three PhD programs:
Stockholm School of Economics conducts internationally recognized research in economics, finance, business administration and related disciplines. Many of SSE's researchers are among the leading figures in their respective fields.
Over 90% of students find employment within 3 months of finishing their studies. The full range of business programs are developed in close cooperation with the research and business communities, which give the graduates excellent possibilities to obtain leading positions within business, NGO's, government, media and politics or by starting their own companies.
The Career Management team provides information, training and support in employability skills for the corporate environment. SSE's emphasis is on developing students' strengths and self-assessment, by offering a wide range of professional development workshops, personal career guidance and online resources.
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SSE has a small housing office that offers rooms and apartments to some of their international Bachelor, Master and PhD students, incoming exchange students, guest researchers and visitors affiliated with SSE.
To study in Stockholm is to broaden your horizons in a metropolitan jewel – encrusted with beautiful archipelago islands, sweeping green parks and nature reserves, Stockholm is regarded by many to be one of Europe’s most beautiful capitals with its many bridges connecting the islands that make up the city center.
Stockholm is known to pick up quickly on international influences. With a broad ethnic spectrum, the latest trends within fashion, culture, art, and music quickly take root. Restaurants with cuisine from every corner of the world jostle with cafés, pubs and night clubs, galleries and museums, large shopping centres and unique boutiques.
The Student Association at the Stockholm School of Economics (SASSE) is an organization with about 2000 members.
The Student Association is a voting member of all decision-making bodies at SSE, from the Board of Directors to the smallest committee.
The Stockholm School of Economics has an excellent reputation in Sweden and abroad, and the School collaborates with top business schools in the international arena. Since 1999, the school has been accredited by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), which means that all its activities – in other words, all programs and research – have demonstrated excellence at an international level.
Studying MSc in Finance at SSE is very much like collecting a very interesting and rewarding puzzle in a group of smart, driven and passionate individuals while assisted by very nice and engaging and helpful and professional academic personnel. The puzzles (courses) are laid out very logically, and you are given very clear and structured instructions as well as all the...
Great university! Personal atmosphere and friendly people.
The program cohort is very international and all the courses are based heavily on group work. We are 23 different nationalities out of 50 students. The work load can be quite challenging during busy periods, but the opportunity for learning is tremendously high. So far the best part has been a two-week live project in Riga from the course Creating International Firms,...