Apply for a master's programme

You submit your application to Sweden's central application portal Here is our step-by-step guide on how to apply for a master’s programme.

Application period

The application period is open 16 October 2023-15 January 2024 for studies starting in autumn 2024. The deadline for the supporting documentation 1 February 2024.

Key dates & deadlines on

1. Choose your programme

Before you apply your first step is to decide which programme you want to study. If you haven't already decided, you can find a list of our master's programmes with description and syllabus below. 

Master's programmes

2. Check the entry requirements

To be eligible for a master's programme you need to meet the general and specific entry requirements, and prove your English language proficiency.

You will receive a formal eligibility assessment after you have submitted a complete application to University Admissions in Sweden.

3. Apply

You apply at

Good to know:

  • Your application will not be processed until you have paid the application fee (non-EU/EEA) or submitted proof of your EU/EEA/Swiss citizenship.
  • Ranking your programmes is important! If you are offered your first choice, all other programmes with lower ranking will be deleted from your application.
  • Gather and submit your documents well in time. Documents received after the deadline will not be considered.

4. Fill out the CV form

All applicants are required to fill out a CV form that will be used in the selection process. You upload your CV form to your account on

5. Follow your application

Once you have applied it is a good idea to check for messages from University Admissions in your account. University Admissions will notify you if you are missing any documents. However, it may take several weeks for University Admissions to assess you documents, and there is no guarantee that they will notify you before the documentation deadline. It is the applicant’s responsibility to submit the correct documents on time.

Good to know:

  • By applying early, you increase the chances of getting notified about missing or incorrect documents before the documentation deadline.
  • The status you can see at your account on University Admissions is not a final admissions result.

What happens now?


International Admissions Team