HHGS have their own corporate group, consisting of seven companies owned through their holding company; HHGS Holding AB. Through HHGS’ companies, thousands of students have over the years gained valuable experience in management consulting, legal advisory and accounting, to name but a few of the fields HHGS Group engages in. With a yearly turnover of over seven million Swedish crowns and 150 employees, the HHGS group is both a source of knowledge and revenue for the owners, ergo: You, as a member of The Student Union

Union companies

The Master Programme Section (MPS)  serves in the interest of master students at the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg. GSO provides a platform for networking, social activities and a bridge between the students and the labour market.

At the start of your studies at the Graduate School, MPS organises introduction weeks to welcome all newly accepted Master students to the City of Gothenburg, the Graduate School, and to get to know your fellow master students. During this introduction weeks, MPS has organised numerous activities such as a bowling night, a pub-crawl and a trip to the archipelago. The MPS board is run by Graduate Students and will encourage all interested students to contribute to MPS-activities.

Master Programme Section

HHGS is the student union at the School of Business, Economics and Law. They live by the creed that ”together we shape our future”. Being a student union means that what they do is regulated by Swedish law, namely monitoring the education at the school for all its students – members as well as non-members. However, monitoring education is just one of very many things that the union does. HHGS is the mother-organisation of more than 30 associations, all of which organise several events during the year, ranging from inspirational lunch lectures to a full-blown musical. Furthermore, HHGS has three career fairs during the year and owns seven companies that give meaningful work experience to hundreds of members every year.

The Student Union

HHGS have their own corporate group, consisting of seven companies owned through their holding company; HHGS Holding AB. Through HHGS’ companies, thousands of students have over the years gained valuable experience in management consulting, legal advisory and accounting, to name but a few of the fields HHGS Group engages in. With a yearly turnover of over seven million Swedish crowns and 150 employees, the HHGS group is both a source of knowledge and revenue for the owners, ergo: You, as a member of The Student Union

Union companies

The Master Programme Section (MPS)  serves in the interest of master students at the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg. GSO provides a platform for networking, social activities and a bridge between the students and the labour market.

At the start of your studies at the Graduate School, MPS organises introduction weeks to welcome all newly accepted Master students to the City of Gothenburg, the Graduate School, and to get to know your fellow master students. During this introduction weeks, MPS has organised numerous activities such as a bowling night, a pub-crawl and a trip to the archipelago. The MPS board is run by Graduate Students and will encourage all interested students to contribute to MPS-activities.

Master Programme Section

HHGS is the student union at the School of Business, Economics and Law. They live by the creed that ”together we shape our future”. Being a student union means that what they do is regulated by Swedish law, namely monitoring the education at the school for all its students – members as well as non-members. However, monitoring education is just one of very many things that the union does. HHGS is the mother-organisation of more than 30 associations, all of which organise several events during the year, ranging from inspirational lunch lectures to a full-blown musical. Furthermore, HHGS has three career fairs during the year and owns seven companies that give meaningful work experience to hundreds of members every year.

The Student Union