The K-A Bonnier International Fellows Program (KAB-IFP) is a scholarship program with an aim to strengthen the long-term business relations between the Nordic countries and Southeast Asia. The program provides exceptionally talented students with knowledge and tools for success in an entrepreneurial environment.
Since 2017, the scholarship has been awarded to 16 young talents, with a passion for entrepreneurship and growth companies, from Sweden and Southeast Asia. The scholars are given the opportunity to obtain two master's degrees from two reputable business schools on two different continents – in just two years.
KAB-IFP cohort 2021 – 2023:
Hanh Lai Vietnam
Putri Senvia Kusumawardani Indonesia
KAB-IFP cohort 2020 – 2022:
KAB-IFP cohort 2019 – 2021:
Hardwi ”Duwi” PinandityoIndonesia
KAB-IFP cohort 2018 – 2020:
Duc Anh BuiVietnam
KAB-IFP cohort 2017 – 2019:
Karl-Adam Bonniers Darden Stipendium
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.
The Karl-Adam Bonnier Foundation
Initiating change for dynamic and sustainable business in Sweden
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