Clothes Swap Day was arranged for the first time this spring by Handels Council of Sustainability. Students had the opportunity to leave clothes looking for a new owner, and take something they themselves wanted. Clothes left at the end of the day were donated by HCS to the Red Cross.

Solidarity Fridge is an initiative from International Office. They collect leftover food, bread and other fresh produce from stores all over Gothenburg. It is then handed out to students and staff at the School. Solidarity Fridge is arranged every week, Tuesdays at 16.00 at Vasagatan 1.

What do you have to look forward to during your time at the School? Students have shared their thoughts and feelings about their studies, but also everything else that you can be a part of as a student at our school.

Alumnae Villemo Karnström works as a risk officer in Brussels at the EU Commission. In 2019, Villemo completed her Master's degree in economics. During her studies, she did two exchange semesters, a minor field study, a UN internship, an EU internship, and a job as a research assistant.

Villemo Karnström works at the EU Commission

Natalia Salazar Bustamante from Mexico studied an exchange semester in Gothenburg and came back to study Economics for her Master’s degree. She has now returned to Mexico to work as a modeling analyst and has recently been elected to the board of the Alumni Mexico Sweden (AMS) association.

Natalia promised herself to return to Gothenburg for her Master's degree

AI has become a hot topic of discussion in recent times. Its implementation in the academic world is becoming more and more frequent, especially for students.

Students and AI

Simon Karlsson, Viggo Paulsson, and Vilhelm Palmén, who are currently studying their second semester at the Bachelor’s programme in Business & Economics, won the 2024 Swedish Championships in Economics.

The School hosts several events, seminars and lectures every year. CEOs, politicians and other high-profile speakers are invited to talk to students and personnel on different subject and sharing their insights and experiences.

Events at the School

As a part of the MSc Accounting and Financial Management programme the School offers a course in cooperation with Volvo Cars and Polestar. Here the students get to try real-life cases from the real world.

Digitalization, Innovation and Controlling

Risper Gerald Yusuph, student at MSc International Business and Trade

”The School has different activities that bring us together. When we have assignments we are assigned into different groups so I get to meet new people and make new friends.”

Natalia Vdovina, student at MSc Finance

”To be an international student here is very nice. Everyone knows English, so if people don’t want to study Swedish – or find it difficult – they could easily survive without it.”

Arlanda Pllana, student at MSc Management

”I got a mix of international students, but also a very good course plan. I was given the opportunity to choose courses in subjects that interested me.”

Jonatan Norman, student at MSc Innovation and Industrial Management

”The practical work is very valuable. We are not just sitting in the lecture room and thinking, but we are actually doing things for companies and contributing to their business.”

Dimitris Zacharopoulous, student at MSc Logistics and Transport Management

”I think the School does a great job in maintaining a connection between the academia and the industry, which gives a great perspective to the students and raises their level of confidence.”

Lukas Bard, student at MSc
Knowledge-Based Entrepreneurship

”The knowledge you build up here is highly sought-after by companies, and you get to study a lot of interesting subjects such as innovation and different kinds of decision-making.”

Student Life
at the School

As a part of the MSc Accounting and Financial Management programme the School offers a course in cooperation with Volvo Cars and Polestar. Here the students get to try real-life cases from the real world.

Digitalization, Innovation and Controlling

Simon Karlsson, Viggo Paulsson, and Vilhelm Palmén, who are currently studying their second semester at the Bachelor’s programme in Business & Economics, won the 2024 Swedish Championships in Economics.

height="210" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/N3jmNBdlA2c" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture; web-share" allowfullscreen>

Clothes Swap Day was arranged for the first time this spring by Handels Council of Sustainability. Students had the opportunity to leave clothes looking for a new owner, and take something they themselves wanted. Clothes left at the end of the day were donated by HCS to the Red Cross.

Solidarity Fridge is an initiative from International Office. They collect leftover food, bread and other fresh produce from stores all over Gothenburg. It is then handed out to students and staff at the School. Solidarity Fridge is arranged every week, Tuesdays at 16.00 at Vasagatan 1.

The School hosts several events, seminars and lectures every year. CEOs, politicians and other high-profile speakers are invited to talk to students and personnel on different subject and sharing their insights and experiences.

AI has become a hot topic of discussion in recent times. Its implementation in the academic world is becoming more and more frequent, especially for students.

What do you have to look forward to during your time at the School? Students have shared their thoughts and feelings about their studies, but also everything else that you can be a part of as a student at our school.

Alumnae Villemo Karnström works as a risk officer in Brussels at the EU Commission. In 2019, Villemo completed her Master's degree in economics. During her studies, she did two exchange semesters, a minor field study, a UN internship, an EU internship, and a job as a research assistant.

Villemo Karnström works at the EU Commission

Natalia Salazar Bustamante from Mexico studied an exchange semester in Gothenburg and came back to study Economics for her Master’s degree. She has now returned to Mexico to work as a modeling analyst and has recently been elected to the board of the Alumni Mexico Sweden (AMS) association.

Natalia promised herself to return to Gothenburg for her Master's degree

AI and students

Events at the School

Risper Gerald Yusuph, student at MSc International Business and Trade

”The School has different activities that bring us together. When we have assignments we are assigned into different groups so I get to meet new people and make new friends.”

Natalia Vdovina, student at MSc Finance

”To be an international student here is very nice. Everyone knows English, so if people don’t want to study Swedish – or find it difficult – they could easily survive without it.”

Jonatan Norman, student at MSc Innovation and Industrial Management

”The practical work is very valuable. We are not just sitting in the lecture room and thinking, but we are actually doing things for companies and contributing to their business.”

Dimitris Zacharopoulous, student at MSc Logistics and Transport Management

”I think the School does a great job in maintaining a connection between the academia and the industry, which gives a great perspective to the students and raises their level of confidence.”

Lukas Bard, student at MSc
Knowledge-Based Entrepreneurship

”The knowledge you build up here is highly sought-after by companies, and you get to study a lot of interesting subjects such as innovation and different kinds of decision-making.”

Arlanda Pllana, student at MSc Management

”I got a mix of international students, but also a very good course plan. I was given the opportunity to choose courses in subjects that interested me.”

Student Life
at the School