Sammy-Sebastian Tawakkoli has been thinking about sustainability all his life. Now he’s applying what he learnt at the School of Business, Economics and Law to increase plastic recycling. His new company Atomler has already attracted users from around the world.

The image of the Albanian garbage mountain is always there

After graduating from the Master's programme in Finance, alumnus Kamol Khodjaev started at Volvo Cars and ended up as the company's CFO in Japan. He is now Head of Program Finance at Amazon Japan. All thanks to hard and goal-oriented work.

Kamol is Head of Program Finance at Amazon Japan

With a business idea in tune with the zeitgeist and a business degree, Alice Knap was ideally placed to turn her vision into reality. Her company HUJ makes plant-based sandwich toppings and has just started scaling up.

From start-up to scale-up with plant-based toppings

The former grassroots activist has stepped into the rooms where the real climate decisions are made. Alumnus Björn Fondén has worked towards the transition to a sustainable world in non-profits, businesses and in the UN. Where does he see the greatest opportunity to make a difference?

Björn went from being a climate activist to working for the UN

88%

Did your work tasks at your first job relate to your education?

90% of the Master’s students thought their work tasks were related to their education.

81%

How qualified were your work duties?

90% of the Master’s students thought they had qualified work duties.

SEK

88%

Would you recommend the Master’s programme?

93% of the Master’s students would recommend the School to prospective students.

Average monthly salary

The Master’s students initial salary is between 31 000–34 999 SEK.

Graduates hired quickly

88% of the Master’s students found employment within 6 months of completing their studies.

55% found positions before they completed their studies.

What happens after graduation?

Since 2008, the School of Business has conducted follow-up surveys among students who graduated from the undergraduate program the previous year. The surveys provide answers to questions such as Where do students work today? How did they get their first job? and In which sectors do they work?

After your studies

After graduating from the Master's programme in Finance, alumnus Kamol Khodjaev started at Volvo Cars and ended up as the company's CFO in Japan. He is now Head of Program Finance at Amazon Japan. All thanks to hard and goal-oriented work.

Kamol is Head of Program Finance at Amazon Japan

The image of the Albanian garbage mountain is always there

Sammy-Sebastian Tawakkoli has been thinking about sustainability all his life. Now he’s applying what he learnt at the School of Business, Economics and Law to increase plastic recycling. His new company Atomler has already attracted users from around the world.

With a business idea in tune with the zeitgeist and a business degree, Alice Knap was ideally placed to turn her vision into reality. Her company HUJ makes plant-based sandwich toppings and has just started scaling up.

From start-up to scale-up with plant-based toppings

Björn went from being a climate activist to working for the UN

The former grassroots activist has stepped into the rooms where the real climate decisions are made. Alumnus Björn Fondén has worked towards the transition to a sustainable world in non-profits, businesses and in the UN. Where does he see the greatest opportunity to make a difference?

93% of the Master’s students would recommend the School to prospective students.

Would you recommend the Master’s programme?

The Master’s students initial salary is between 31 000–34 999 SEK.

Average monthly salary

SEK

90% of the Master’s students thought their work tasks were related to their education.

88%

Did your work tasks at your first job relate to your education?

90% of the Master’s students thought they had qualified work duties.

How qualified were your work duties?

81%

88% of the Master’s students found employment within 6 months of completing their studies.

55% found positions before they completed their studies.

Graduates hired quickly

88%

What happens after graduation?

Since 2008, the School of Business has conducted follow-up surveys among students who graduated from the undergraduate program the previous year. The surveys provide answers to questions such as Where do students work today? How did they get their first job? and In which sectors do they work?

After your studies