Stockholm School of Economics Russia continues annual intake into the programs of Executive MBA in English and Russian languages
2019 is a celebratory year focusing on innovation and sustainability at the Stockholm School of Economics when
• the School turns 110 years.
• SSE Executive Education celebrates 50 years.
• the MBA program has 25th Anniversarу.
It’s not only schoolchildren who take final exams now, but adults, too. Successful entrepreneurs and business owners - Business Zoom participants were defending their business projects on June 21.
Magnitogorsk lron and Steel Works and the Stockholm School of Economics have been long-standing partners. Almost every year MMK send a number of their employees to attend Executive MBA programs.
The last training module of the corporate program designed for Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works flew organically from the previous one, dedicated to Lean management. From June 10 to June 13 the program participants were studying how various Russian and foreign companies implemented Lean system.
This year the Stockholm School of Economics alumni were celebrating a regular Alumni Birthday in St. Petersburg. The event, held on June 11, gathered more than 150 guests at the Belmond Grand Hotel Europe, including members of the SSE Board of Directors, representatives of the Swedish business community in Russia and certainly heroes of the occasion-alumni of EMBA, Oil & Gas, Strategic Marketing, Business Zoom, Hans Rausing programs and Novartis corporate program. Many of them came to St Petersburg from other cities to reunite with their fellow students and friends.
On June 6, at SPIEF 2019, media company The Bell, backed by Russian Venture Company, held an open meeting on business education. The meeting was addressing the following subject “Transforming yourself. What kind of education can make you an international businessman.”
How to create a successful business model for your company? How to create an effective value proposition? How to alter your views to succeed in the new economy? Answers to these and other questions about innovative business models of today were given at onsite workshops held by the Stockholm School of Economics in the city of Perm on June 4-5.
One of the most serious business education newspapers, the Financial Times (FT), has produced its regular annual Executive Education Ranking. Rankings by this publication are the most trustworthy and popular in the business community.
At the Stockholm School of Economics learning is not over after programs participants are awarded diplomas. To keep its alumni up to date on the latest business development tendencies, SSE Russia regularly organizes lectures and seminars, inviting the best teachers and top-notch experts.