How to apply?

Depending on what course or programme you choose the application procedures may vary. Applications are submitted electronically at universityadmissions.se (English) or antagning.se (Swedish). Antagning.se sometimes accepts applications even after the deadline - please check their website. Note: Students from countries outside the EU/EEA must pay application and tuition fees. More information about fees

See also the University's step-by-step guide for applying

Application deadlines autumn 2017:

January 16 -  First admission round (mainly for applicants outside the EU/EEA. Not all courses are open in this application round)
April 18  - Second admission round (mainly for applicants living in Sweden and EU/EEA)

Application deadlines spring 2018:

August 15 - First admission round (mainly for applicants outside the EU/EEA. Not all courses are open in this application round)
October 16 - Second admission round (mainly for applicants living in Sweden and EU/EEA)

 

Bachelor's Programmes

International bachelor's programme in business administration and political science

This is a three-year programme for students interested in pursuing an international career in management. The programme combines the study of business administration with that of political science. You will gain knowledge of accounting, marketing, management and finance, as well as of the main political systems and theories in political science. The objective of the programme is to prepare you for work in international business and organisations in the public sector, or in non-governmental organisations.

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Master's Programmes

International Master's Programme

The Department of Political Science offers an international two-year Master’s Programme in Political Science. Admission only once a year, for the autumn semester.

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International Master's Programme in Environmental Social Science

Environmental social science is the interdisciplinary study of what governs people’s behaviour, beliefs and ways of organising themselves in relation to the natural environment. Admission only once a year, for the autumn semester.

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Courses

Political Science I

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Political Science II

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Eligibility requirements for Political Science II:
For students who have studied political science at Stockholm University: 22,5 out of 30 credits, Statsvetenskap I or Political Science I. For students who have not studied political science at Stockholm University: completion of Statsvetenskap I, 30 credits; or Political Science I, 30 credits; or Samhällskunskap I, 60 credits; or the equivalent.

Political Science III

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Eligibility requirements for Political Science III:
Completion of Political Science I/ Statsvetenskap I or Samhällskunskap I, and Political Science II/ Statsvetenskap II, or the equivalent.