Linda Hendelberg studies MSc Management
Linda Hendelberg studied her Bachelor’s in Business and Economics at the School of Business, Economics and Law and did one exchange semester in Barcelona. Now she is studying the MSc Management.
How did you become interested in management?
-I chose management since I'm very interested in leadership. During my bachelor, I took several courses where management and leadership were central elements, which made my interest grow even more.
Can you describe a “normal day” at the School?
- It varies a lot depending on the course. Some periods you have more classes than others. Usually I go for classes in the mornings and then stay in school afterwards. Either to sit with a group of classmates to do group work and to discuss the previous lecture. Or I study in the library during the afternoon.
What's the best thing about being a student in Gothenburg?
- The best thing about being a student here are all the options you have. Even though it's not a big city it has a lot to offer. As a student, you can choose to engage in student activities arranged at the School. For example through Graduate School Organization (GSO), or through the different events arranged by Career Service or the Student Union. All these activities makes it possible to meet new friends and to network with future employers and different companies. Outside of school, there is a wide range of restaurants, nightlife, shopping and nature experience. The archipelago outside of Gothenburg for example, it is beautiful!
Why would you recommend The School of Business, Economics and Law?
- It's a great School with substantial programmes where knowledge and the learning experience is in focus. I would say that all the teachers and researchers I have met during my time as a student here, have been very supportive and engaged.
What are your recommendations to students who are thinking of studying here?
- Go through the programme and the course syllabus thorough in order to get a clear picture of the actual content. Contact a student ambassador and ask for their perspective on the programme. How do they experience the different courses and the content? What are the teachers like? Ask for their best tips.