Stockholm University caught up with four American students and alumni and asked them about their experience at Stockholm University, and what they are up to now.

Swedish-American Elizabeth Frödén is currently working towards a Master’s degree in hydrology, hydrogeology and water resources. She is about to start her second year, during which she will work on her thesis on the Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta in Colombia, a protected wetland impacted by human activity. 

Giorgio Sassine studied international commercial arbitration law at Stockholm University and graduated in 2014. He is today working as a lawyer, focusing on international arbitration matters. “Attending Stockholm University and being in the ICAL LL.M. program was the best thing that could have ever happened to my career,” he says. 

Silvia Ulloa completed a master's program in social anthropology in October 2016 and decided to stay in Stockholm. “I'm still residing in Sweden. I own a small consultancy firm, focused on assisting small businesses and organizations with grant and report writing.” “I love the atmosphere in Stockholm; there are always events going on and the university is definitely part of that," Silvia says.

Alumnus Mike Forsman studied the Masters of Management Program at Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University 2011-2013, and is currently working as the director of business development at Triggerbee, a fast-growing marketing automation start-up based in Stockholm. "Everything in my career and life changed during my time at the university", he says.

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