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Admitted master's students increase by 6.3 per cent

The number of students admitted to international master's programmes at Stockholm University has increased by 6.3 per cent, compared to the same period last year.

Across the country, the number of admitted students increased by 3.6 percent.

A group of students in central Stockholm on an early summer's day.
Photo: Niklas Björling
 

More than 3,000 students admitted to Stockholm University

The notification of selection results has now been sent out to all who applied for master's programmes starting this autumn. More than 3,000 individuals have been admitted to an international master's programme at Stockholm University, an increase of 6.3 per cent compared to last year. 

The admitted students come from all over the world, as shown in the list below. The number of students for each country is shown within brackets.

  • Sweden (319)
  • India (187)
  • Germany (150)
  • Pakistan (149)
  • United Kingdom (131)
  • USA (120)
  • China (107)
  • The Netherlands (86)
  • Greece (85)
  • Nigeria (77)
  • Bangladesh (67)
  • Iran (46)
  • Ghana (42)
  • Spain (39)
  • France (31)
  • Russian federation (30)
  • Italy (29)
  • Turkey (29)
  • Finland (28)
  • Romania (27)
  • Brazil (25)
  • Canada (22)
  • Poland (21)
  • Norway (19)
 

Admitted to studies at Stockholm University?

Congratulations! We look forward to meeting and greeting you. In the meanwhile, get to know what steps await you next by consulting the following pages:

Pre-departure information

Q&A on the coronavirus for newly admitted students

Webinars for new international students