Students

Education at the School of Business and Economics

Do you want to create and develop a profitable business, lead an organisation, or market a brand? Do you like statistics and numbers and want to have many options when you enter the labour market? With a degree in business administration, economics, management, or marketing all of society is a potential labour market, nationally as well as internationally.

Our programmes have different specialisations and you can, among other things, specialise in marketing, international business, management control, or international tourism.

Our programmes

Collaboration with the surrounding region is a central part of our educations. We think it is important for students to get in contact with business and organisations during your studies. That way, you get to study how businesses are run, and test your knowledge in projects and degree (independent) projects. For you as a student, this means both valuable contacts and insight into what is expected of you in the labour market.

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We are accredited

The School of Business and Economics at Linnaeus University are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business; AACSB. 

Read more about AACSB

Our distance courses

Study counselling at the School of Business and Economics

If you study a Swedish-language program at the School of Business and Economics in Kalmar: Contact student and career counsellor Susan Grahl

If you study a Swedish-language program at the University of Business and Economics in Växjö: Contact student and career counsellor Angelica Önder

If you have general questions or are studying single-subject courses:
Contact Angelica Önder or Susan Grahl

If you are studying an English-language program at the School of Business and Economics in Kalmar or Växjö: Contact study and career counselor Mirja Sjögren

We offer sessions to guide, support, motivate and inspire you to achieve your goals with your education. The conversations can be about:

  • Choice of education
  • Eligibility issues
  • Your study situation and planning
  • Study break
  • Credit transfers
  • Requirements for graduation
  • What your studies can lead to


Your contact with a studend counsellor is always protected by confidentiality.

Discontinued courses

Have you received information that a course you have taken is being discontinued? To find a list of courses to be discontinued at Linnaeus University, and to get information on how you can take a final examination in the course, go to the page Discontinued Courses.

Our PhD programmes