Posted on 06/06/2013
The School of Management, Royal Holloway and the School of Business, Stockholm University have signed a Memorandum of Agreement to explore a range of possible collaborative activities. These include collaboration in teaching and research, exchange of faculty, and facilitating the admission of students to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at either institution.
To mark the commencement of the agreement, a joint research workshop was held at Stockholm University. From Royal Holloway, Professor Brendan McSweeney, Professor Chris Nobes, Dr. Gloria Agyemang and Dr. Leonardo Rinaldi presented papers.
Management and Marketing academics from the School of Business at Stockholm University will participate in a research workshop at Royal Holloway in Autumn 2013.
Stockholm University was founded in 1878 it is one of the world’s top 100 higher education institutes. Four researchers from Stockholm University have received the Nobel Prize and a fifth has been awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.