Alumni Scholarships

Alumni Scholarships

The SSE Riga Alumni Scholarship is an initiative by the alumni community, which is eager to support talented and motivated young people.

In 2018, the Alumni Association of Stockholm School of Economics in Riga will award merit-based scholarships, each in the amount of EUR 3,900, covering 50% of tuition fee in the first and second year of studies for at least 10 students starting studies at SSE Riga in 2018.

Application for these scholarships will be part of the SSE Riga Admissions Application, and scholarship award decisions will be announced to the applicants together with the admissions offer.

SSE Riga BSc programme provides a broad education in economics and business administration, with opportunities for specialization in Economics, Finance or Retail.

According to the Financial Times ranking, SSE Riga as a part of Nobel Prize-winning Stockholm School of Economics is the No 1. Business school in the Nordic/Baltic region. School's faculty includes top-level international lecturers from Sweden, Denmark, USA, Australia, Germany and other countries. Thus, SSE Riga provides an education that is competitive at the European level and gives talented Baltic students an opportunity staying “at home” rather than going abroad for studies.

91% of students are employed within 6 months after the graduation and others choose to go to study further at the best universities in world - Harvard, Oxford, Cambridge, London School of Economics etc.

To apply for studies at the best Business School in the region, please fill in the application form!

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During the last 10 years, the Alumni Assocation has raised more than EUR 500,000 in total for student sholarships.


SSE Riga Alumni Association was established in 1996 not only to facilitate further communication between the graduates, but also to support SSE Riga's increasing influence in the Baltics, improve student life, enhance the quality of education, and promote recruitment and career opportunities for young generations.