The Fellowship Program

Give yourself a three-months boost at SSES Ventures and grow your think-up into a start-up. The Fellowship Program works as a platform to connect SSES member school students and alumni with the Stockholm start-up scene. Fellows can nurture, develop and test their early-stage ideas in a pre-incubation stage. By meeting individually with a personal coach and professional advisors, you develop your idea at your own pace. It is an independent extra-curricular program designed to be taken parallel to studies or a day job.

What you get

  • 1-1 coaching
  • Advisors: Professionals from diverse fields offering their expertise to help you in the progression of your project
  • Corporate Partners: a broad range of business services to help you overcome early stage hurdles
  • SSES courses and Workshops: As a Fellow, you will be part of SSES and always welcome to apply to workshops.
    More info on: https://www.sses.se/workshops/
  • Office space: You can apply to get into one of our partner hubs, spread out all around town, for free (Alma, Goto10, Epicenter, Impact Hub, Sup46 and many more)


Selection criteria

  • Individuals and teams can apply
  • Ideation stage project (PowerPoint stage)
  • Dedication and availability to meet a Senior Business Coach at least once per month
  • Applications are open all year around. The batches are announced on the third Thursday of each month
  • At least one member of the team is an alumni or student of one of our Member Universities
Applications currently closed

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"All of a sudden it was not only us, three KTH students who were secretly working on an idea, but a whole eco system who believed in us and were willing to support us to make it happen"

Linnéa Vesterlund

"Companies are built by people, so it’s important to find the right ones. Finding those with the right competence, experience, mindset and values is hard, but totally worth it."


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