Bachelor of Science in Business and Economics, with a major in Business Administration, 180 Credits
The programme in Sustainable Enterprise Development has been created to fill the increasing need among both for-profit and not-for profit organisations, for leaders who can initiate and manage change processes. The programme recruits students who are interested in the management of change and innovation, with a particular emphasis on environmental and social sustainability. It is designed to foster creativity and an entrepreneurial mind-set, so that as a graduate you are able to launch and manage new initiatives – or renew existing practices. During your studies you will interact with students from other cultures and be taught by an engaged and international team of faculty. You are expected to spend one semester abroad and to develop a personal portfolio that documents and highlights your personal development during the programme. After completing your studies you will be well-prepared for work in the private, non-profit and public sector – and for post-graduate study. The programme provides a solid foundation for a position in general management, but particularly equips you for work as a project leader, business developer or sustainability manager.
General entry requirements include high school diploma; with specific demand on mathematics, civic/social studies, and English proficiency.
The number of places is limited and a selection is made based on high-school diploma GPA, and letter of motivation.
(Special Selection: We reserve a limited number of extra seats within this bachelor programme for applicants who are considered particularly suited to the education and JIBS’ profile.)
- copy of valid passport
- University Acceptance letter
- Health insurance
- Bank Statement
- Copy of passport
- Certificate of marriage for registered partner
- Certificate of birth for each child
Tuition fee : SEK 100,000 per year
Tuition fees do NOT apply for EU/EEA citizens or exchange students
Like everywhere, living costs in Sweden depend on your personal lifestyle and where you live. Here’s an average monthly budget:
Food: SEK 2,000
Accommodation: SEK 3,700
Local travel: SEK 550
Phone/internet: SEK 300
Hobby/leisure, miscellaneous: SEK 1,450
Total: SEK 8,000 (around €850 or $1,000).
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