Rank your selections
After selecting courses and programmes that interest you, the next step is to prioritise them. This is important when selection time arrives.
Ranking your selections is really important!
The selection process works a bit differently in Sweden. When the time comes to award places:
- you'll first be considered for the programme you've ranked the highest
- if you meet the entry requirements and there's a place available, you'll be offered one
- all the programmes you ranked lower will then be deleted
- if you aren't offered a place in the first programme on your list, your second choice will be evaluated, and so on.
You can be offered only one study place. As soon as you're offered a place in a programme, all the lower-ranked programmes will be deleted.
We recommend you have your programmes ranked just as you'd like them before the application deadline.
You have until the application deadline to change your ranking order.
How many selections can I make?
You can select up to four master's programmes.