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|Restrictions:||Princeton applicants only|
|Dept Offering Program:||Study Abroad OIP||Program Type:||Study Abroad (semester)|
|Language of Instruction:||English||Language Prerequisite:||NO|
|Program Features:||Academic Study||Degree Level:||3 - Sophomore, 4 - Junior, 5 - Senior|
|Time Away:||Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Semester||Housing options:||Apartment (Shared), Homestay|
|Program Group:||Study Abroad OIP||Program Adviser:||Jordan Zilla|
Please be reminded that you need to meet different deadlines when applying to this program:
- Princeton application deadline: October 16, 2020
- Program application deadline: October 10, 2020
The Stockholm School of Economics is internationally recognized as one of Europe’s leading business schools. This small and selective institution enrolls approximately 2,000 students across a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs. SSE is distinguished by its deep commitment to culture, arts, and social responsibility. These commitments make SSE a great match for The Swedish Program’s liberal arts curriculum.
The SettingThe capital city of Stockholm is beautiful and unique: located on 14 islands, it is home to some of the best museums, cultural institutions, restaurants, and night spots in the world.
Courses:Students take four courses, worth 4 credits each, to be the equivalent of four Princeton credits. Students may take a combination of program-taught and direct enrollment courses while on the program, and some areas include Economics, Psychology, Public Policy, Film Studies, and more. All courses are taught in English, and students do not need to know Swedish. Please visit The Swedish Program website for more information on courses.
Eligibility:For Princeton approval, participants must have at least a 3.0/ B average for the fall and spring semesters prior to the semester of study abroad.
Grading & Credits:For information regarding credits, grading, and other academic policies, read the Academic Policies on the Study Abroad website.
Academic CalendarThe fall semester typically runs from late August to early December.
The spring semester typically runs from mid January to early May.
For up-to-date program dates, please visit the The Swedish Program website.
The Swedish Program offers two fully-integrated housing options: fully furnished apartments located throughout Stockholm, or host families.
Apartments typically will have two to four students in each, with one to two students per bedroom. Students will have laundry facilities and a kitchen, and students will be responsible for purchasing their own food and preparing their own meals. Most students commute between 25 to 40 minutes for classes. Students living in apartments have the option of being assigned “contact families” with whom they meet throughout the semester.
Host families give students the opportunity for daily immersion in Swedish family life. Students will have their own furnished bedroom and meals will be provided by the family. Most students who live with a host family have a 40 to 50 minute commute every day. Host families are limited, so it is recommended that you apply early if you are interested in this housing options.
For more information, please visit The Swedish Program website.
Students have the opportunity to participate in the many clubs, social organizations, and activities offered as a part of the Student Association at the Stockholm School of Economics. This is a great way to make friends and make the most of your experience while studying abroad. More information can be found here.
Money MattersStudents who receive financial aid at Princeton continue to receive Princeton financial aid for the approved costs of study abroad programs during the academic year. Students who do not receive financial aid will pay all costs and fees associated with the program directly to The Swedish Program. For detailed information about financial aid, program fees, and billing for study abroad, please visit the Money Matters section of the Study Abroad website.
Passport and Visa
Students must have a passport valid for at least six months after the end of their study abroad program. For information on obtaining or renewing a US passport, please consult the US State Department Passport Website.
Application ProcessStudents interested in applying to this program must complete two separate processes:
- Apply directly to the program. Visit the program website directly for application instructions and deadlines. Please note that program application deadlines are often earlier than Princeton approval deadlines.
- Complete the Princeton approval process. You may download the course approval form and instructions from your GPS application. Click “apply now” on this brochure to access these items. Check GPS for Princeton’s approval deadlines.
ResourcesStart planning your study abroad experience!
- Make an appointment with a study abroad adviser
- Contact a Global Ambassador
- Attend an OIP event or info session
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