Executive MBA Roadshow in Vilnius with Morten Hansen

Representatives of the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (SSE Riga) will be visiting Vilnius. Please join us at the event organized by SSE Riga in cooperation with the Embassy of Sweden in Vilnius, Lithuania on April 26, 2017.

18:00 - 20:00 Wednesday 26/04/2017

Embassy of Sweden in Vilnius, Didzioji gatve 16

You will have the opportunity to hear the presentation by SSE Riga lecturer Morten Hansen, who has worked with SSE Riga since 1997, where he is head of the Economics Department:


Every year sees its challenges but 2017 may be exceptional by quantity: The impact of Brexit, Trump and perhaps Le Pen. A renewal of the Eurozone crisis is in the cards just like problems closer to home such as Russia, lack of investment, slow growth and anemic bank lending.


SSE Riga Executive MBA programme director Nellija Titova will offer an insight into the two-year Executive MBA programme, offering study modules in Latvia, Sweden and Asia (Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia).


Executive MBA programme is not only about getting an education that is competitive at the European level, but also about sharing your knowledge and ideas with other accomplished professionals and learning from each other’s experience. The SSE Riga Executive MBA students vary from age 25 – 60 and they represent a wide range of industries. The application deadline for admission is June 1, 2017.



The event  is organized in cooperation with the Embassy of Sweden in Vilnius and will be followed by an informal reception.
You are welcome to bring friends and colleagues.


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A study programme that offers a world of experience


I truly enjoyed the world-class lecturers of diverse backgrounds from Scandinavia, Europe and the US. Each and every one of them had unique practical experiences to share with us as already experienced managers. It was possible to combine the 4-day intensive monthly modules plus home assignments with your everyday life at the office and at home.

Janno Kuusk from Tartu, Estonia
Partner, Sworn Advocate at Sirel & Partners Law Firm

Students get challenged during the Executive MBA programme through assignments, project work and case studies. One very important factor is that the maturity and work experience of the students enhances the quality of the discussions. The students recognise that the programme was worth the financial and time investment!

Uldis Dzintars from Riga, Latvia
Board Member, AAS Balta

I earned my bachelor's degree in the United Kingdom, and once I made my decision to continue my studies and earn an Executive Master of Business Administration diploma, I was looking for a school with a strong international background, a great and versatile study programme, experienced and inspiring professors, and a flexible timetable that would suit my work schedule.

Ada Mockute from Vilnius, Lithuania
Head of Marketing for Baltic region, Citadele Bank