The second selection results show that 917 applicants have been admitted, which is an increase of approximately 30%, compared to the autumn semester 2014 (694). 149 of these are fee-paying students. In the fee-paying group China is number one with 25 admitted applicants, followed by the US with 12 admitted applicants and Russia with 9 admitted applicants.

The number of applicants on waiting lists is 750. (For the autumn semester 2014 the number of applicants on waiting lists was 993). Most of the admitted applicants have qualifications from Sweden, followed by Pakistan, Greece and Bangladesh.

The most popular programmes are Master's Programme in Consumer & Business Marketing with 131 applicants on the waiting list, followed by Master's Programme in Management Studies with 109 applicants on the waiting list.