In Dreams, Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, Wanås Konst 2016. Foto Magdalena Holdar
In Dreams, Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, Wanås Konst 2016. Foto Magdalena Holdar

Curating Art is in equal shares an academic and practice based education. The programme was developed as a joint enterprise between Stockholm University and prestigious institutions in the art world. Its dual perspective combining academic demands and practice based experience is a fundamental aspect in courses, assignments, and examinations.

The deadline for the applications for Autumn semester 2020 was 15 January, 2020. Deadline for supporting documentation: 3 February, 2020. Please note: Only one application round!

All applications will now at this first stage be assessed by University admissions in Sweden/ as well as the Admissions office at Stockholm University, with regard to basic eligibility and proficiency in English. Thereafter, approved applications only are transferred to the admissions group at our department for further evaluation and selection. This will mainly take part during February and early March. Applicants who will be selected for an interview will be contacted in due course. Please note that we will not at this stage be able to give any individual feed back with regard to chances of being selected!

The assessment of applications is based on the following parameters: Letter of Intent, relevance of professional or research experience (as documented in CV), relevance of previous studies, grades on academic courses, interview (for short listed applicants). We admit between 8-10 students each year.

Letters of recommendation are not needed.

All applications must be submitted electronically to University admissions in Sweden/ For prerequisites and detailed application instructions, please go to the How to apply-section on this website, as well as the website of Universityadmissions in Sweden for vital information and details on language requirements etc. for foreign applicants: