Open for application
Here you can limit your search result to only distance courses. You can then choose to show only those without mandatory meetings, if you're unable to visit the campus during your study time.
Show only distance courses
Only distance courses without required meetings
Level means what type of entry requirements a certain course or programme requires.
Show only courses and programmes that do not require previous university studies
If you study 100%, this means that your study pace is full-time, which is 30 credits per semester.
If you study less than 100%, this means that your study pace is part-time which is less than 30 credits per term.
You can choose what percentage of full-time (30 credits) you which to study.
You should select 'All' if you don't mind whether the course is full-time or part-time.
Up to 75 %
Up to 50 %
Up to 25 %
Welcome to the official website for applying to studies in Sweden.
University Admissions will be closed the following days during the holiday season:
24, 25, 26 and 31 December
1 and 6 January
Be sure to get this taken care of as soon as possible so we can begin processing your application.
Follow us @ApplytoSweden to get the latest information on the admission process.
What's due on 15 January? What's due on 3 February? Click the headline above to find out more.
If you have any questions about what is required of you, contact your university directly for more information.
16 October: Application opens
15 January: Application deadline
3 February: Documents/Fee deadline
3 April: Master's results
20 April: Bachelor's results
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