Courses and programmes

We have courses and programs taught in English at the undergraduate and advanced level both for those who are applying directly for upper secondary school and / or have previously studied at university level. We also give students a great opportunity to study abroad via exchange studies as well as we welcome exchange students. Which of our educations suits you?

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Education in Cinema Studies

make a full semester in English speaking BA-courses or two years in our Master's Programme

The courses in Cinema Studies provide a solid theoretical basis for you who are looking for a profession with creative or administrative tasks in film, television, information, as well as for you who want to invest in a media-related research career.

You study our courses in Filmhuset "the Film House" at Gärdet in Stockholm.

Find out more about the area of interest Cinema Studies

Choose 15 ECTS courses in English

We have a variety of free standing courses spanning 15 ECTS. During Spring semesters you can make a whole full 30 ECTS semester with our 15 credit courses. These courses are widely popular amongst international students, especially exchange students from all over the world.

The courses have only basic eligibility and you don't have to know Swedish. However you must have eligilbility in English 6/B. 

No Bachelor Degree possible in English courses only

To obtain a Bachelor's Degree (180 ECTS) in Cinema Studies with us you must follow our Swedish taught courses Filmvetenskap I, II and Kandidatkurs i Filmvetenskap (=90 ECTS combined).

You can study most of our courses at the MA (advanced) level either as a free standing stand-alone course or within the Master's Programme in Cinema Studies. These are courses in English - 7.5 credits 50% study pace. Our Master's Programme in Cinema Studies 120 credits is for 2 years.

Master's Programme in Cinema Studies (HMOVO)

Eligibility

Eligibility for the courses at the advanced level is usually at least a bachelor's course in Cinema Studies; Bachelor's degree or that you have taken credits in a master's program. Always check the special eligibilities for the course you are interested in before applying.


Master's degree 120 credits

For a master's degree or a one year master's degree, you need to study within our Master's programme in Cinema Studies. It is not possible to study only free standing courses.

 

Education in Fashion Studies

Our education taught in English is focused on our Master's Programme 

Fashion Studies is a central subject for you who want to prepare for a professional activity in the large fashion world outside the university, or for further research studies in the subject.

The educations in Fashion Studies are given in Filmhuset "the Film House" at Gärdet in Stockholm.

Find out more about the area of interest Fashion Studies

No English courses on BA level in Fashion Studies

To obtain a Bachelor's Degree (180 ECTS) in Fashion Studies with us you must follow our Swedish taught courses Modevetenskap I, II and kandidatkurs in Modevetenskap (=90 ECTS combined).

The two year - all taught in English - Master's Programme in Fashion Studies is the flagship of Fashion Studies at MA-level. It can for sure expand your knowledge in Fashion Studies and prepare you for a career of your choosing outside the Academy but certainly it will give you the tools to study further in our PhD programme in Fashion Studies or elsewhere.

MA students at Nordic Museum works shop 2019. Foto: Chiara Fagella

Master's Programme in Fashion Studies

Master's degree 120 credits

For a master's degree or a one year master's degree, you need to study within our Master's programme. It is not possible to study only free standing courses.

 

Education in Journalism

we give you knowledge and skills to be able to work as a journalist

You study journalism within JMK (the section for journalism media and communication). JMK provides undergraduate, master's and postgraduate education in the subject of journalism.

We provide training both for you who want to become a journalist, but also for you who want to do research or gain an understanding of journalistic writing and storytelling.

Here we give you knowledge and skills to be able to work as a journalist, with a special focus on public scrutiny and documentary storytelling in the press, radio and television.

The education in journalism is mainly in Swedish

You study journalism in Garnisonen at Karlaplan in Stockholm.

Find out more about the area of interest Journalism

Courses in English 

Since our main focus is our all Swedish Bachelor-program and all Swedish Master's Program our Journalism courses taught in English are few at the moment. However the one we have is very informative and usefull:

  • Journalistic Writing, 7,5 ECTS on BA-level

Check out this very much hands on course in our catalogue.

No courses or program in English on MA - level.

 

Education in Media and Communication Studies

a broad understanding of the media's growth, significance and changes in Sweden and globally

Studies in Media and communication Studies  at the Section for Journalism Media and Communication (JMK) give you a broad understanding of the media's growth, significance and changes in Sweden and globally. This knowledge is very useful in a broad labor market. The studies also provide opportunities for you who want to invest in a research career in the media field.

Find out more about the area of interest Media and Communication Studies

One course given Fall semesters

Environmental Communication 7,5 ECTS

No Bachelor Degree possible in English courses only
To obtain a Bachelor's Degree (180 ECTS) in Media and Communication Studies with us you must follow our Swedish taught courses.

We have freestanding courses and Master's Programme all taught in English on MA-level (second cycle).

MA-program

The two year - all taught in English - Master's Programme in Global Media is the flagship of Media and Communication Studies at MA-level. It can for sure expand your knowledge in Media and Communication Studies and prepare you for a career of your choosing outside the Academy but certainly it will give you the tools to study further in our PhD programme in Media and Communication Studies or elsewhere.

Master's Programme in Global Media Studies (HMKGM)

Freestanding courses

Within the program we have freestanding courses that also can be choosen for students that are not part of the program.

Master's degree 120 credits

For a master's degree you need to study within our Master's programme. It is not possible to study only free standing courses.

 

As an exchange student you can browse the educations below, but we recommend you check the link to the courses we offer for you at our department.

Exchange courses is English 

 

 

The Department of Media Studies at Stockholm University offers a doctoral programme in four different areas; media and communication studies, journalism studies, cinema studies and fashion studies, leading to the Swedish degree of 'filosofie doktor' (Ph.D.).

Find out more here 

 

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