Stockholm School of Economics
Titel des Studiengangs
August 1998 - Dezember 1999
Wirtschaftswissenschaften - BWL
CEMS - The global alliance in management education
This is difficult;roughly: * 50 public transport * 300 rent * 350 food and drinks (without party) The rest depends on how often you go out. Scandinavia is expemsive.
It\'s pretty cheap to go by plane from many European cities, but it is very convenient to have a car in Stockholm. If you live in Saltis (hall closed to the school) it is not necessary, but when you live in Lappis (at the University of Stockholm) it\'s better to have a car. Especially for going shopping. The international airport of Stockholm is a about 40k from Stockholm, so when you expect to have guests, is easier to have a car with you. In Stockholm itself travelling by train, is not to expensive (about 50 a month) and you get everywhere very fast.
I would suggest to bring a mobile phone. Perpaid cards are cheap, and for a real telephone account you have to pay a deposit of 500. The rest is not necessary, when you come from the EU.
As I said there are two different housing for SSE. One is coled to the school. Very convenient, because you only have to cross the street. If you bring your own computer I would suggest Saltis (that\'s how it is called), because you have a permanent line to the internet. If you want to get in contact with many people, love parties and maybe want to learn some swedish I recommend Lappis.
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