HHGS mission

HHGS has a very important mission: to review and assure the quality of our education. According to Högskolelagen (the law of universities), a student union is responsible to review and contribute to the development of their education, which is why the head of education represents the students through a variety of school faculty meetings.

Opinions and educational advide

If you have any input regarding your education, you are more than welcome to contact one of the HHGS education represenatives. Each of our Programme Sections has a person responsible for education, and the HHGS Board has one person working full-time with assuring education quality. If you want more information about your rights as a student, or any kind of advice on your education, please contact HHGS Head of Education.

Speak up week report

The aim is of the Speak Up Week report is to create an overview of the student’s thoughts and perception of their education, and by doing so being able to catch any possible problems in an early stage. The purpose was to collect opinions from as many students as possible and at the same time illustrate the questions regarding educational surveillance among students and faculty.

The Education Committee would like to thank all the students who participated in this years edition! 


Alexander Larsson

Head of Education

Did you now that as a member of HHGS you’re automatically a member of your Programme Section? Read more  

Student work environment

In HHGS we work for a better working environment at the School of Business, Economics and Law. There is many laws regulating the working environment for students in Sweden. The laws concern physical as well as psychosocial work environment, and as students we have rights.

Student Health

Are you a student at the School of Business and Economics and experiencing health issues because of your studies? Then you can receive support from Feelgood, the University’s provider of student health services!

Scholarships & awards

Every student’s story is different, but the financial gap for students in university is still apparent. By providing sufficient scholarship assistance, we can enable greater success in university, providing backing for deserving students who want to graduate with their degree and give back to society.