I have always been fascinated about leadership and management that address current challenges both at a societal and organisational level. Being so close to such an innovative business community and the Scandinavian way of doing business made this programme the perfect match.

Today I work as Global Operations Graduate Associate at Astra Zeneca in Stockholm, Sweden.

 

I studied the Master’s Programme in Management Studies at the Stockholm Business School.

 

Questions and Answers

How do I apply to Stockholm University?

Question: I have completed B.B.S (pass course degree-3years). Now I want to complete my remening education from Stockholm University. How can i admit into stockholm university?

Answer: Thank you for your email and interest in Stockholm University. You can find all the information regarding admissions on http://www.su.se/english/education/application-admissions. I would suggest as well that you check all the master’s programmes at Stockholm University on this link http://www.su.se/english/education/courses/masters.

As an alumni I am happy to answer those questions related to my own experience at Stockholm University and how my education at Stockholm University has helped me in my career. Best regards, Pablo.

Study permit

Question: I want to know what kind of facility can I get from there and about work permission. Because I need permission to lead my education life in Stockholm.

Answer: I would suggest that you check with the Swedish Embassy in Bangladesh, since they will provide you with all the information that you may need regarding the visa process. Stockholm University can assist you with educational matters and I am happy to help with questions related to student life and my experience as a student. Best regards, Pablo.

Living cost in Stockholm, Sweden

Question: Hello Pablo! I would like to know the cost of living in Sweden.

Answer: In terms of living costs it can depend on your lifestyle. I had a budget during my studies of 10000 SEK (more or less 1000 euros). Many of my friends have a budget of 7500-8000 SEK. Something that I had no idea before I moved to Stockholm is that it is quite common to work part time during your studies in Sweden. On the one hand, most of the master’s programmes allow you to work part time since there is a significant focus on individual learning and working on projects as opposed to countries like Spain or France where you would have lectures all day. This allows you to plan your week in order to be able to cope with both work and studies. Personally, I worked almost through the entire master’s programme and I still managed to get the grades I wanted and cope with my social life :-)

I hope you find this information useful and you decide to apply to Stockholm University. For me it was a life-changing decision and I enjoyed each of the seconds I spent at Stockholm University. Best regards, Pablo.

Tuition fees and English requirements

Question: Hi Pablo! I come from indonesia. I want to ask about I really want have a studied master program  and the problem is my English is very bad and also the Tuition fee. What can I do to get there?

Answer: Thanks for your email and your interest in Stockholm University. In terms of the English requirements, you can check the entry requirements for master’s programmes in Sweden on https://www.universityadmissions.se/intl/start. Regarding tuition fees, you can find some information about scholarships on http://www.su.se/english/education/fees-scholarships/scholarships.

I hope you find this information useful and good luck with your application. Best regards, Pablo.