Study Abroad in English

Top 10 Reasons to Apply:
as suggested by former students


The Program is small, but is affiliated with the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) -- an internationally acclaimed university. It is the best of both worlds. We get attention from a great staff, but also get to benefit from all the opportunities of being part of a larger university. SSE students are in some of our courses and we can participate in the university's wide array of clubs and activities. We are not dropped off at some large university with no support, nor are isolated in a building with just other Americans.


Stockholm is the hidden gem of Europe – it is fun, safe, beautiful, and sophisticated.


The staff and faculty are great, both professional and friendly. You really get the chance to know them.


The housing is amazing – the apartments are nice and the host and contact families will do so much for their students.


Because everyone else seems to be going to England or Australia – it is fun to go somewhere different.


We are the only American undergraduates in the city – we even get a chance to go to the Nobel Prize Ceremony.


Swedes are very friendly and like to speak English.


It is so easy to find things to do – it seems as though there is always things going on: concerts, sporting events, theater, clubs, festivals, etc.


Two one - week vacations each semester allowing us to travel wherever we decide to go.


It is interesting to live in a country where the quality of life is ranked so high globally. Sweden was recently ranked third among 104 countries that were evaluated in terms of their level of economic prosperity, quality of life, and commitment to individual freedom and democracy. (The 2009 Legatum Prosperity Index)


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