Students’ Nobel NightCap 1978 to 2017


Students’ Nobel NightCap (SNNC) was originally started in 1978 at Stockholm’s School of Economics by a group of students. This event was not popular until a Nobel Laureate mentioned in an interview that he was looking forward to this Nobel NightCap the most out of the whole Nobel week. Now, NightCap has expanded to an event that welcomes many students and more than half of the Nobel Laureates each year.

What is SNNC?

The responsibilities of SNNC each year fall within the different universities in Stockholm. Schools include the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), Stockholm’s University (SU), and Karolinska Institutet (KI).

SNNC is a collaboration between the Nobel Foundation, MF, KI, and the Swedish Industry. While the host group include distinguished members of society, what makes this event special is that the board of SNNC consists of a group of students that put their heads together to create a memorable evening for Norbel Laureates, representatives from Swedish society, members of the Parliament, professors, and students. Every year, the SNNC board, along with an additional 300 student volunteers provide a mysterious and private theme for their 1500+ guests. The exclusive event is filled with themed decor, food, beverages and entertainment that celebrates the Nobel Laureates’ accomplishments with an unforgettable night.

When is SNNC?

This Year, KI has the honor to hold the 39th SNNC by The Medical Students Association, Medicinska Föreningen (MF). On the 10th of December, MF’s union house and KI’s Solna Campus will host the NightCap from 22:00 to 05:00.

And now…

I present to you the brains behind the event of 2017, the 39th Edition of Student Nobel NightCap Board

SNNC 2017


Jennifer Tsai

KI Digital Ambassador

How to Contact?


Follow SNNC

Facebook: Students’ Nobel NightCap

Follow KI

Facebook: KI Prospective Student

Instagram: @kistudents

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