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  • Manhattan in New York. Photo: Brandon Jacoby September 13, 2018: Joint Alumni Event in New York City 2018-11-21 Together with Mr. Leif Pagrotsky, Consul General of Sweden in New York, Swedish universities co-hosted a reception for alumni of Swedish universities at the Official Swedish Residence in New York.
  • Tokyo alley October 9 2018: Six Swedish universities - One alumni reception in Tokyo 2018-11-21 Stockholm University co-hosted an alumni reception in Tokyo on October 9 2018 together with five other Swedish Universities.
  • Mingel. Foto: Eva Dalin. Stay in touch with us! 2018-08-01 There are plenty of good reasons for alumni to stay in touch with Stockholm University. Stay connected after you graduate, or reconnect with us now, to find out more about what possibilities are in store for you!
  • Nussara  - alumna from Stockholm Business School at Stockholm University Studies in Sweden good for employment 2018-07-23 Nussara Jaturunsomboon chose to study one semester at Stockholm University since she wanted to be in an international environment. Today, she works as an event and marketing manager at the Thai-Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Bangkok.
  • Rick Stratingh, Bert Wolfkamp, Derk Bosker and Anna Niva. Photo: Elisa Ahovuori-Motta The semester abroad gave him an appetite for Stockholm 2018-06-27 On a recent study visit to the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, staff from Stockholm University (SU) took the opportunity to meet former SU exchange student Rick Stratingh.
  • ICAL Alumni Yuning Chen Diversity, Collegiality and a Global Network for Life 2018-06-26 As part of a new interview series with international masters alumni, we interviewed to former students of the ICAL programme. Despite having attended different years, being of different age and background, they had remarkably similar reflections about what the program has given them.
  • Ionut Potrache Globalisation Environment and Social Change “If you are seeking top-level European education, join Stockholm University” 2018-06-08 Ionut Potrache graduated from the Master's programme in Globalization, Environment and Social Change at Stockholm University in 2016. His time at Stockholm University taught him how to continuously learn and how to interact with people from various environments.
  • Beatrice Fihn Foto:ICAN Beatrice Fihn: SU alumna in Oslo accepting The Nobel Peace Prize 2017-12-09 Beatrice Fihn is Executive Director of The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) awarded The Nobel Peace Prize.
  • Alumnevenemang i Shanghai Meeting students and alumni around the world 2017-11-20 During the autumn, Stockholm University has participated in recruitment activities and arranged events for international alumni around the world.
  • Our alumni Ask our alumni! 2017-10-17 Want to know what it is like to study a master at Stockholm University? Here is a selection of our former students who are happy to reply to any questions you have.
  • Desak Putu Deni Putri Adnyani My biggest achievement in life – meet alumna Desak Putu Deni Putri Adnyani from Bali, Indonesia 2016-11-23 Meet Stockholm University alumna Desak Putu Deni Putri Adnyani from Bali, Indonesia who says that her biggest achievement in life so far was taking her master's degree at Stockholm University's International Comparative Education programme.
  • Jonathan Hamisi and Michael Forsman International alumni emphasize the importance of networking 2016-11-22 Jonathan Hamisi and Michael Forsman, international alumni from Stockholm University, shared their experience with the Swedish job market at career seminar organized by Stockholm University’s career service on 16 November. They showed alumni and career paths in Sweden of interest for international students.
  • Catherine Odora Hoppers tumnagelbild Catherine Odora Hoppers: Crossing boundaries and listening deeply are keys to success 2016-10-25 When you bring people together across disciplinary boundaries, something magic happens. Catherine Odora Hoppers, the first non-South African to win “Nelson Mandela Distinguished Africanist Award” is convinced. Catherine was born in Uganda, earned a doctorate at Stockholm University, and is now a professor of sociology in South Africa.