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Stockholm School of Economics/ Handelshögskolan i Stockholm Presentation

  2. 2. TALENT ATTRACTS TALENT In 1909 representatives of Sweden’s business community worked together to establish SSE. One of the first private schools of university started and the first 110 students began their studies. Today more than 20 000 students has received their well earned exam from SSE. Page 2
  3. 3. LEADING THE WAY Education that makes a difference Since 1909 SSE has successfully trained the new generation. Although the continuous change in the community, business school, teaching, research and within the companies one of SSE’s cornerstone has remained intact – THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY’S DEDICATION. Page 3
  4. 4. SSE MAKES TALENT GROW • SSE offers a first-class, internationally competitive education in business and administration and economics, along with a highly regarded Executive Education, MBA and PhD • Our primary mission is to offer education that rest on top-quality research and through that education and research we seek to drive development in society Page 4
  5. 5. SSE ONE OF THE BEST IN EUROPE Overall goals ● Leading top ranked business school ● Attract the most talented students ● Excellent faculty quality ● Outstanding academic programs and pedagogical methods ● Research-based education ● An attractive environment for students, faculty and researchers Page 5
  6. 6. OUR USP’S • Education programs based on found research • Close ties to the business community • Size – smallness guarantee closeness between faculty and student • Pioneering teaching methods • Many professors are among the leading experts in the world within their respective fields • As SSE attracts the most ambitious and talented students a creative and rewarding study environment can be guaranteed Page 6
  7. 7. 2009 SSE TIMELINE 100 YEAR 2009 MSc in General 2008 Management BSc in Retail 2007 Management The Bologna Accord is 1999 + 2005 implemented at SSE SSE receives EQUIS 1997 accreditation SSE Russia 1994 established SSE Riga 1991 established CEMS 1977 Membership Professor Bertil Ohlin wins The Sveriges Riksbank Prize 1909 of Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel SSE’s first class 1900 of 110 students matriculates The idea of SSE is born Page 7
  8. 8. SSE IN THE WORLD A wide international network – with some 60 partner universities around the world and 120 business and financial partners SSE Russia, SSE Riga, Hanken SSE Executive Education 110 business and financial partners SSE represents Sweden in CEMS which brings together leading business schools and multinational corporations and member of PIM Page 8
  9. 9. WORLD CLASS PROGRAMS Business and SSE Stockholm Economics Master of Bachelors General SSE Riga Science Management (3 years) (2 years) SSE Retail Management CEMS (Norrtälje) Business Administration The Doctoral and Executive Program, PhD Economics MBA Education (4 years) Finance Page 9
  10. 10. IT PAYS TO STUDY AT SSE ● 86 % of MSc students are employed upon graduation ● 98 % of MSc students are employed after three months ● high ratio of faculty and researchers to students (37 professors) ● MSc student body in 2008 composed of 53% men and 47% women ● 27 PhD dissertations 2008 ● Financial Time rankings: o Masters in Management (-09), MSc 12/50 o European Business School (-08) 15/65 o Executive Education, Custom programs (-08) 17/65 Page 10
  11. 11. MEMORABLE, DYNAMIC, ENJOYABLE The SSE Student Association Was formed in 1909. It’s a non-political, non-religious organization and its mission is to promote friendship, networking and make the students’ time at SSE memorable and fun. Page 11
  12. 12. FUNDING AND REVENUE SSE is part of a network of companies, academic institutions, organizations and business partners. All of them share the vision of SSE as a world-class international business school. Revenue ● SSE association 30 % ● Other donations, Corporate 30 % ● Governmental funding 20 % ● External Grants 10 % (20 %) ● Others 10 % Page 12
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