K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program

The K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program (KAB-IFP) is a selective scholarship program offering the opportunity to earn two master degrees from two highly esteemed business schools in two different continents – in just two years.

KAB-IFP combines master studies in management at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and at the National University of Singapore (NUS). The program is specifically geared towards students with a passion for entrepreneurship and SME growth in Southeast Asia and the Nordic countries. By studying in both Sweden and Singapore, the students gain a better understanding of the theory and practice of doing business in two very different regions. This also gives the students a unique opportunity to develop their business and personal networks.

The scholarship aims to strengthen long-term business relations between the Nordic countries and Southeast Asia, by helping exceptionally talented students acquire the knowledge and tools needed to succeed in both entrepreneurial environments.

More information on the program and how to apply

Fact sheet: K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program

Fact sheet: K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program – Corporate Involvement

KAB-IFP cohort 2020 – 2022:

Beverly Law, Sweden
Maria Tolkacheva, Sweden

KAB-IFP cohort 2019 – 2021:

Gustav Broström, Sweden Maja Ohlsson, Sweden
Hardwi “Duwi” Pinandityo, Indonesia Thuy Vu, Vietnam

KAB-IFP cohort 2018 – 2020:

Cornelia Koziczynska, Sweden Duc Anh Bui, Vietnam
Emil Ahlanzberg, Sweden Quyen Nguyen, Vietnam

KAB-IFP cohort 2017 – 2019:

Wasita Thongdee, Thailand Märta Eriksson, Sweden
Mai Pham, Vietnam Josefina Hagberg, Sweden

Karl-Adam Bonnier’s Darden Scholarship

From 1987 to 2001 the Karl-Adam Bonnier Foundation ran a scholarship program in which a total of 21 outstanding students at the Stockholm School of Economics were given the opportunity to study at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. The program was launched because Karl-Adam Bonnier, himself a Darden alumnus, was impressed by the new case methodology being used at the university. The scholarship was for one year of study and covered tuition, travel and subsistence.