University of Gothenburg
Diplomeringsceremoni för masterstudenter 2019
Graduation ceremony 2019
Photo: Carina Gran

Graduate School

The School of Business, Economics and Law, which is Triple Crown accredited, offers nine Master of Science programmes in business and economics, taught in English. The Graduate School administrates the programmes.

Master's programmes

All nine programmes have an international orientation, both related to the content taught, pedagogy applied and heterogeneity of the classroom. Since all teachers within the programmes are active researchers, teaching is based on insights from the research frontier guaranteeing a prioritized focus on current challenges of today’s society such as sustainable growth and digitalization.

Student counsellors and administration


    The student counsellors can help you with:

    • Academic counselling
    • Admissions questions
    • Individual study plans
    • Guidance in general matters


    We are available by phone, offer digital drop-in in Zoom and take visits at the School of Business, Economics and Law. You can find more information at our pages at the Student Portal.

    School of Business, Economics and Law
    Vasagatan 1, B-building 4th floor
    411 24 Gothenburg

    Student counsellors


    Regarding general queries/requests (not related to a specific course or programme).

    Study administrator

    Administrative coordinators

    • Isaac Kizito (Logistics and Transport Management, Marketing and Consumption & Accounting and Financial Management)
    • Karin Jansson (International Business and Trade & Management)
    • Karin Storm (Economics & Finance)
    • Paula Beckevi (Innovation and Industrial Management & Knowledge-Based Entrepreneurship)

    Administrative manager

    Director of Studies

    Head of Graduate School

    Some of the staff at Graduate School
    Some of the staff at Graduate School

    Programme coordinators

    An academically responsible teacher, a programme coordinator, coordinates each MSc programme:

    Students in school building
    Photo: Carina Gran

    Advisory Boards

    All master's programmes have a corporate advisory board that functions as an interface between academia and society and the corporate world’s changing demands concerning the programmes. These boards typically consist of 3-4 members from the corporate context or actors from the public sector and provide strategic advice and practical support for the development of the programmes.

    Some of the organizations that are represented in our advisory boards:

    • Stena Line 
    • Volvo Cars 
    • Region Västra Götaland 
    • KPMG
    • Bauer Hockey
    • Volvo Group
    • GU Ventures
    • Dialogtrail
    • Ekan Management
    • RISE Research Institute of Sweden