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Programmes in English

Studying a programme in Sweden usually means taking a number of short courses within the framework of your main subject, for example economics, arts or sciences. These short courses lead to a degree. Programmes vary in length, but most programmes taught in English are two-year master’s programmes. 

Who can apply for programmes and when?

With very few exceptions, most of our programmes that are taught in english starts in autumn.

  • The admission round  that opens 1 December and closes 15 January, is open and recommended for all international students 
  • Some programmes are available in the admission round that opens 15 March and closes 15 April. This admission round is only open for students that are not in need of a resident permit before they come to Sweden (mainly EU/EEA citizents).  

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Contact information for the relevant department and study counsellor as well as application details are available when you click on the course you're interested in.

Eco-labelling

The University of Gothenburg is one of the few universities with an Eco-certificate. We also have many courses and programmes that to varying degrees include elements of environmental thinking and sustainable development.

Programme or course that is mainly about the environment and sustainable development,
where more than half the sections of the course deal with ecological, economic or social sustainable development.

Programme or course that is partly about the environment and sustainable development,
where fewer than half the sections of the course deal with the environment and sustainable development.

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