Master's Programmes at Stockholm University
Choose from one of our many Master's Degree programmes, held in English and structured according to the Bologna process for international comparability and compatibility.
To find out more about the University's Master's programmes, take a look at the 2013-2014 Master's catalogue. You can find it here as a PDF with flippable pages or as an ordinary PDF bellow. You can also get the printed catalogue at the Student Information Desk. Here you can find all the Master's programmes, sorted by faculty.
Important information on English proficience requirements
Errors regarding English proficiency level occurs in the catalogue below.
Please note that the minimum level of English proficiency for all Master's programmes is the equivalent of English B. For more information and to find out how to fulfill this requirement please visit www.universityadmissions.se
Programmes in Language Sciences and Literature may have higher requirements, in which case the levels are correctly stated in the catalogue.
Information about the admissions process
Advice and guidance regarding the admissions process is available on the Admissions page. Here you can find essential information about how to apply, such as application dates and entry requirements.
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 many 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 departmental websites, where courses in English are generally clearly listed. List of departments
Please note: The information on this page may change. If you are interested in a specific programme, make sure to visit its website regularly.
March 25, 2013
Source: Student Services