K-A BONNIER INTERNATIONAL FELLOWS PROGRAM AT THE STOCKHOLM SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS (SSE)
The K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program (KAB-IFP) aims to promote business activity between the Nordics and Southeast Asia and to help exceptionally talented students acquire the knowledge and tools needed to succeed in a diverse entrepreneurial context. This opportunity is specifically geared towards students with a passion for entrepreneurship and SME growth in Southeast Asia and the Nordic countries.
By having experience from both Sweden and Southeast Asia, the students will gain a better understanding of the theory and reality of doing business in two very different regions. The program also includes an internship, mentorship, and membership in an influential alumni community. This will provide students an excellent opportunity to improve their business development skills as well as building their personal network.
Both NUS Business School and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) are members of the prominent CEMS and PIM networks. The K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program is open to students applying to the MSc in Business & Management at the highly renowned SSE. Nordic students will study one year at SSE and one year at NUS and will gain two Master degrees. Students from Southeast Asia have the option to choose the combination of SSE and NUS (and thus receive two degrees) or to stay at SSE for two years (and receive one degree from SSE).
The K-A Bonnier Foundation awards each fellow a scholarship covering tuition fees both at SSE and NUS, plus living costs for up to SEK 50,000 per year for two years. The Foundation is an active partner in collaboration, participating in the selection of fellows, offering mentorship and internships, and maintaining a fellows’ alumni network.
For more information, please refer to the K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program at SSE.
About Stockholm School of Economics (SSE)
Stockholm School of Economics is one of Europe’s leading business schools, with a unique business-community network. The objective of the SSE is to, through scientific teaching and research, strengthen Sweden’s competitiveness.