The Wallenberg International Fellows Program is a partnership between Georgetown University and the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) funded by a generous grant from the Wallenberg Foundation for Education in International Industrial Entrepreneurship.
The mission of the Wallenberg International Fellows Program is to prepare highly qualified master-level students with the knowledge and skills to serve as the leaders of international businesses as well as public and private organizations around the globe.
This is accomplished through a two-part program that includes a summer internship that enables the student fellows to apply their knowledge in a real-world business environment at top multinational firms and international organizations, as well as a semester of coursework, allowing them to learn from world-class faculty and collaborate with one another in a classroom setting. Student fellows develop a thorough understanding of policy, trade, and multinational corporations within a global trade context while building valuable connections in Stockholm and Washington, D.C.
The Wallenberg International Fellows cohort is composed of three carefully selected MA/MBA honors students from the International Business Diplomacy Program at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and three MA candidates from the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE).