Master's Programmes at Stockholm University
Stockholm University is one of the 100 highest ranked universities in the world and Sweden’s largest institution for higher education with leading research in a wide variety of fields. More than 70 000 students are currently studying here and we offer 75 master’s programmes taught in English within science, the humanities, social sciences and law.
Make Stockholm University part of your future
Located in one of the world's most dynamic capitals, you will get access to first class education and research in a stunning environment as Stockholm University is based in a National City park. As a master’s student at Stockholm University, you will have direct contact with leading researchers in your field and access to the most recent scientific findings.
The University has 70 departments and four faculties. Our 75 master’s degree programmes presented in the 2015-2016 Master's brochure, are all structured according to the Bologna process for international comparability and compatibility. The deadline for applications is 15 January 2015. The full catalogue of courses and programmes will be open for applications from 1 December 2014 at www.universityadmissions.se.
The brochure is accessible as a pdf with flippable pages by clicking on the cover image above, and at the bottom of this page as a PDF document for download. Printed copies are available at the Stockholm University Student House Infocenter.
Stockholm University course database
In addition to International Master's programmes in English, Portuguese or Spanish, Stockholm University provides a wide range of other programmes and courses taught in Swedish. For more information see either the Stockholm University Prospectus or search in our course and programme database.
Free-standing courses in English
There are several free-standing courses taught in English at Stockholm University, available both at advanced level (second cycle) or undergraduate level (first cycle). You can search directly in the University's course and programme database, or you can visit the departmental websites, where courses in English are generally clearly listed.
Please note: The information on this page may change. If you are interested in a specific programme, make sure to visit its website regularly.
October 28, 2014
Source: Student Services