Business Management & Economics
- Swedish curriculum, as bilingual Swedish/English or in Swedish.
What do I study in Business Management & Economics?
At SSHL, you may choose to study Business Management & Economics Programme either in Swedish or bilingual Swedish/English. Both courses follow the Swedish curriculum.
The Business Management & Economics Programme was established for those wanting a career in business, finance, marketing, leadership and management.
- A good choice if you are thinking of a career within for example finance, law, government or property.
- You will be well prepared for further studies in marketing and entrepreneurship.
Our main courses in the Business Management & Economics Programme are:
- Entrepreneurship and business economics 1
- private law, modern languages, psychology 1
- entrepreneurship and business development, business economics 2
- mathematics 3
Subjects in economics also open doors when it comes to business accounting or marketing. You learn how to use IT in marketing and accounting, as well as getting good knowledge in professional business language, both speaking and writing in Swedish and English.
Many young people are attracted to the idea of starting and running their own business and more entrepreneurs with good ideas and a strong drive are just what society needs. Entrepreneurship is the key theme in the Economics Programme during your high school years. During the third academic year, your theoretical knowledge is put to the test. Then, together with some schoolmates, you will launch, manage and develop your own enterprise in accordance with the Young Entrepreneurs concept. You will think of a business idea, conduct market analyses and write a business plan for your YE company. You’ll also get venture capital, manage purchases, sales, marketing and everything else that belongs to a real business. In the annual report, you’ll present the accounts of your business.
A spring board into the world
Studies in the Economics Programme qualify you for university studies in both Sweden and abroad. Many of our students go to business schools, university economics programmes and to further education in industrial economics. It is also common to apply to Berghs School of Communication or the London School of Economics.
How are my chances to find a job?
An education within economics is attractive in almost all areas of society and business.
What grades do I need to be accepted?
This varies from year to year, but somewhere between 230-260 points, depending on the number of applicants.
How do I apply?
As a boarding student, you apply directly to SSHL.
As a day student, first-year high school applications (Swedish gymnasium) are made the same way as for other schools via gymnasieantagningen.storsthlm.se.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Please call or write to our career counselor Ingrid Annett-Nordström,