Stockholm School of Economics and NUS Business School Launch New Fellows Program

Fellows will study in both Sweden and Singapore and will receive MSc degrees from both schools

The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) have announced the launch of new fellows program.

The new program is officially dubbed the "K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program" and will allow students to study in both Singapore and Stockholm and work towards MSc degrees from both schools.

The program is specifically designed for students interested in entrepreneurship in Southeast Asia and in Nordic countries. It takes two years to complete. A scholarship will cover the full cost of tuition and partial living expenses.

Graduates of the fellows program will receive an MSc in Business & Management from SSE, as well as an MSc in Management from NUS.

The new program will take two years to complete. Students will start in August 2017 at SSE, and then move to NUS in January 2018. Between June and August they will work on an internship before continuing at NUS for another three months. The final semester will take place at SSE, where students will work on their final courses and their MSc thesis.

The K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program is open to students applying to the MSc in Business & Management at SSE. Up to four fellowship recipients will be selected.

The application will open in October 2016. For more information, please see SSE's K-A Bonnier International Fellowship Program webpage.


Image: Stockholm School of Economics by Scott / Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) / Cropped

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