A collaboration between Dagens Industri, utbildning.se, and the Stockholm School of Economics has resulted in the awarding of the scholarship, which will cover the full tuition fee of SEK 495.000 + VAT for the SSE MBA-scholarship 2022 Autumn.
The SSE MBA program is designed for working individuals who want to advance their careers by becoming leaders in global enterprises. Your analytical abilities will be sharpened, and your financial awareness will be increased, as you progress through the curriculum. You will also be better prepared for the global corporate environment. Learn how to lead in a sustainable and innovative manner, and with the MBALive® learning methodology, you will be able to apply your newfound knowledge and abilities to a variety of initiatives right after graduation.
About the Scholarship:
The Stockholm School of Economics is a global academic centre that attracts students and researchers with a passion for learning from all over the world. Creating possibilities for its graduates through collaboration with corporate partners and the broader community has been a hallmark of SSE’s activity for more than 100 years. We are one of Europe’s finest business schools, and we have a unique business-community network that is unmatched anywhere else. Our research has received international recognition, and several of our researchers are considered to be among the most accomplished individuals in their respective disciplines. In 1909, the Stockholm School of Economics welcomed its first students, marking the school’s 110th anniversary. A period of significant industrial expansion occurred in Sweden during the decades around the turn of the nineteenth century, which in turn created a demand for well-trained managers and employees. Leading players in Swedish industry and commerce understood that individuals with such backgrounds would require specific training in business methods and theories. In 1906, these business leaders (including K.A. Wallenberg, Olof A. Söderberg, and Joseph Nachmanson, among others) rallied the city’s business leaders, and the Stockholm School of Economics Association was formed with the sole purpose of bringing Sweden’s long-held dream of establishing a business school to reality. It wasn’t until three years later (in 1909) that the Stockholm School of Economics officially opened its doors for the first time, thanks to the assistance of the City of Stockholm, government money, and donations from private endowments. The inaugural curriculum, which included economics, business, and a blend of political science and law, was designed to accommodate 110 students and ran for two years. Founded in a commercial building known as the Brunkebergs Hotel in central Stockholm, the Stockholm School of Economics began its adventure at Brunkebergstorg, a location in the heart of Stockholm. Teaching took place on the third floor of the hotel for nearly two decades, thanks to a long-term lease on the full third floor. SSE, on the other hand, outgrew these facilities over time and commissioned Swedish architect Ivar Tengbom to construct the company’s current headquarters. The School moved into these new quarters, which are still located at Sveavägen 65, which serves as the address for our main building to this day. Several more buildings have been built around Tengbom’s original structure as a result of generous donations received over the years. The old structure is now flanked by newer structures, and a number of newer buildings are being constructed nearby. In the next decades, SSE experienced a period of explosive expansion. Following the School’s relocation to Sveavägen in 1929, the School established its first research institute, which opened its doors in 1930. The Economic Research Institute was established with the purpose of doing world-class research in the domains of economics and business. The institute was appropriately titled. Other institutes, such as IFL (Institutet för Företagsledning), would follow suit in due course. In its early years, IFL was only loosely associated with SSE, but it provided business, management, and leadership education programs. Following their success, IFL would eventually become identified primarily with the School, which is where they met.
Following the school’s national success, there was a desire to elevate SSE to the status of a top business school on a global stage. In 1991, the School became a member of CEMS, the Global Alliance in Management Education, which is regarded as a hallmark of excellence in the field of management education. Only a few years later, in 1999, SSE was awarded the EQUIS accreditation, demonstrating once again that all programs and research have proved quality on an international scale. Following the Bologna Process agreement, which established a consistent standard of quality and comparability across all of Europe, 2007 was a watershed moment in the history of universities throughout the world. The structure of SSE’s program structure was replaced by the Bachelor’s and Master’s programs that we are all familiar with. The program portfolio was increased by SSE one year after the move, when it acquired a retail-focused program from Detaljhögskolan I Norrtälje. The curriculum, which has been renamed the BSc Program in Retail Management, is totally supported by the retail industry, making it one of the most distinctive in the Swedish academic environment. The School has placed a strong emphasis on increased internationalization, which has been (and continues to be) a priority. It was already in 2001 that the SSE Business Lab was established as a start-up incubator, bringing together potential student and alumni start-ups with industry professionals. The SSE Business Lab has assisted in the establishment of a wide range of successful firms throughout the years by assisting with the development of ideas from conception to implementation.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Stockholm School of Economics
Scholarship Country: Sweden
Scholarship Worth: SEK 495,000
Study Level: Masters
Nationality: International Students
The whole full tuition price of SEK 495,000 will be awarded to successful applicant
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- Applicants must be students at home or abroad.
- Applicants must have a degree equivalent to 180 credits. Applicants must have a degree certificate or equivalent in the relevant field. Applicants must have at least five years of work experience that is relevant to the job.
- All applicants should have very good English skills. They must be ready to go to school full-time.
- It starts on December 5, 2022, and lasts for 18 months. It’s part-time, so you can keep your job and go to school at the same time. A lot of the time is spent in ten very intense campus weeks. Some of them are held outside of Sweden.
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The Stockholm School of Economics(SSE) 2022 MBA Scholarship for International Students is open to all International Students
- Interested in learning more and being qualified? To submit an application, visit campaign.bbmbonnier.se at the Stockholm School of Economics.
- If you have previously applied for a scholarship but have not been selected as a beneficiary, you are more than welcome to reapply this time around. Please don’t lose out on the opportunity to have this opportunity financed. Ten to fifteen applicants will be invited to submit a complete application for the SSE MBA program, and four to seven finalists will be chosen, interviewed, and presented to a jury, which will determine the recipient of the scholarship.
The Stockholm School of Economics(SSE) 2022 MBA Scholarship for International Students Is June 22, 2022