Stockholm university

Our courses and programmes

Stockholm University is one of the world's top 100 universities. Education is available at all levels, including Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD degrees.

On this page you can read about what we offer at the different levels, check out our Studies at Stockholm University leaflet etc. You also find all our courses and programmes in our digital course catalogue.

Our courses and programmes

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There are five Bachelor's programmes offered in English:

Bachelor's Programme in International Business and Politics

Bachelor’s Programme in Business, Ethics and Sustainability

Bachelor's Programme in Latin American Studies with specialization in Portuguese

Bachelor's Programme in Latin American Studies with specialization in Spanish

Bachelor's Programme in Earth Science, Distance Learning

Courses at Bachelor's (first) level offered in English

A full list of all courses and programmes at Stockholm University is available via the online course catalogue. Choose “for international students” to see which courses and programmes that does not require proficiency in Swedish and "first level" to see bachelor's level courses only.

Our courses and programmes


We offer more than 100 master’s programmes taught in English within science, the humanities, social sciences and law. Our master’s degree programmes are all structured according to the Bologna process for international comparability and compatibility.

Master's programmes within Arts and Humanities

Master's programmes within Business and Economics

Master's programmes within Computer and Systems Sciences

Master's programmes within Human, Social and Political Sciences, and Law

Master's programmes within Language and Linguistics

Master's programmes within Media and Communications

Master's programmes within Science and Mathematics

Master's programmes open to students with different academic backgrounds

Do you wish to study a different subject for your master’s than what you studied for your bachelor’s? Many of our programmes offer a unique interdisciplinary approach, and some of them accept applicants from other academic backgrounds. Have a look at these programmes if you wish to discover a new subject area:

AI for Health

Curating, including Art, Management and Law

Education with International and Comparative Specialisation (if you have a Social Science/Humanities/Teacher background)

Fashion Studies (if you have a Humanities/Social Science background)

Information Security

Journalism Studies (if you have a Social Science/Humanities/Technical background)

Management, Organization and Society (if you have a Social Science/Humanities background)


Marketing Communication

Open e-Government

Performance Studies (if you have a Humanities/Social Science background)

Public Health Sciences: Individual Perspectives

Public Health Sciences: Societal Perspectives

Social-Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development

Courses at master's (advanced) level

In addition to International Master's programmes in English, Stockholm University provides a wide range of master's level courses in English. See the full list in our digital course catalogue and choose "for international students" to only see courses and programmes that do not require proficiency in Swedish.

Our courses and programmes


As Stockholm University is an excellent place to start your future, take a look at our new leaflet for international students. It is a quick guide to Stockholm University, a small collection of facts and information that we believe can be useful when you plan to study with us. We hope this awakens your interest to find out more!

Read the leaflet digitally or download the file through the following link.

Studies at Stockholm University leaflet (1118 Kb)

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PhD studies

Are you interested in pursuing PhD studies at Stockholm University?

Read more about PhD studies


Exchange studies

Students who study at Stockholm University through a formal student exchange agreement between their home university and Stockholm University are exchange students.

How to apply as an exchange student


Stockholm University offers a wide range of programmes and courses that lead to teaching degrees, giving the student the qualifications needed to work as a teacher within different subject areas, with different age groups and in a variety of educational organisations. All our teacher education programmes are offered in Swedish. We offer freestanding courses in English and Swedish within teacher education and educational science.

Read more about Teacher education at Stockholm University


FAQ and contact

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