Listen up! Now it’s time to sign up for SM i Ekonomi (Swedish University Nationals in Economics). Umeå University will host its competition on March 11th between 9-12. A team consists of three members and the winning team gets to represent UMU and HHUS in the final in Gävle on May 12-15.
To sign up, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, please write your names, personal numbers, phone numbers, home addresses and e-mail addresses.
SM i Ekonomi was started in 1987 by Sveriges Ekonomföreningars Riksorganisation where Växjö Högskola was arranging the event and also won the competition. Umeå won the competition in 1988 and 2009, so now it’s time again!
SM i Ekonomi is a team competition with three parts; the local competition, the semi-finals and the final. The local competition will consist of a group written exam. The winner will get to compete in the semi-finals during the event in Gävle, that is also a written group exam. The four best teams will compete in front of an audience and the winner will be selected. Everything will be in Swedish.
– The student must not have more than 210 credits (högskolepoäng) in any subject, at the time of competition
– The student must be able to present a “LADOK-intyg,” at the time of competition
– The student must be a member of HHUS or another student association
– The student must be registered for full time studies at a Swedish University
– The student must have the intention to graduate within the field of business
– A team should consist of three (3) students
– The team should choose one (1) team leader
– It’s the team leader’s responsibility to be the team’s contact person
– A competing team should submit the following information for all members at registration:
Name and personal number, phone number, address and e-mail address and University
First competition, at Umeå University
The teams will have three (3) hours to complete the exam.
The exam will consist of:
– 50 % business administration (marketing, organization, accounting, management accounting)
– 25 % economics (micro and macro)
– 25 % general economy related topics (economic history, economic geography, business law, statistics, stock market knowledge and general knowledge about economics)
For more information, visit smiekonomi.com