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Master programmes

Do you want to learn more, specialise yourself, or develop your skills further? Studying a master degree is a way to take your skills to another level. Advanced knowledge is attractive to prospective employers and can lead to a possible career as a researcher.

Our Master programmes 

Business, Economics, Management and Marketing

Studying at Masters level

I order to meet the general entry requirements for master level studies (second cycle or graduate level), a student must have been awarded a bachelor's degree from an international recognised university. All programmes also have specific entry requirements which need to be fulfilled.

English language requirements

In order to be eligible for university studies in Sweden, student must demonstrate that they meet the English requirements for the course or programme they wish to apply for. For information about what level of English requirements (IELTS, TOEFL, CEFR* etc) is needed to meet the requirements of English 5 and English 6, visit Universityadmissions.se

Second cycle, Master's Degree (60 credits)

A Master's Degree (60 credits) is awarded after completing 60 credits at second cycle, of which 30 credits must be in the major field of study. The major field of study must include an independent project of at least 15 credits. A Bachelor's Degree or the
equivalent is required for admission to a master programme.

Second cycle, Master's Degree (120 credits)

A Master's Degree (120 credits) is awarded after completing 120 credits at second cycle, of which 60 credits must be in the major field of study. The major field of study must also include one independent project of at least 30 credits, or two independent projects of at least 15 credits each. A Bachelor's Degree or the equivalent is required for admission to a

Applying to Linnaeus University

All applications to Linnaeus University should be made online through  www.universityadmissions.se, the website where you also find information on how to apply. General information about application and the programmes can be found at the website www.Lnu.se, but no applications should be sent directly to Linnaeus University. The online application should be submitted no later than January 15 for students commencing their studies in the autumn semester and August 15 for students commencing
their studies in the spring semester. There is an application fee of SEK 900 for each semester you apply.

Tuition fees

Students with citizenship not within the EU/EEA, or Switzerland, are required to pay application and tuition feesb for university studies in Sweden. The tuition fees at Linnaeus University are divided into categories, in the range between SEK 85,000-260,000 per academic year. Course fees are determined on an annual basis but will apply to the whole