The School of Global studies offers several single subject courses in English at second cycle (Master level).
The application period for the autumnn term is: December 1st until January 15th. The deadline for submitting documents is February 1st.
The application period for the spring term is: June 1st until August 15th (N.B. that these dates may be changed!) The deadline for submitting documents is September 1st.
The basic requirements for admission to the single subject courses at second cycle are at least a Bachelor’s degree (generally a 3-year degree with honours), from a recognised university or college by UNESCO with/and a minimum of 30 higher education credits in a discipline within the field of Global Studies or the equivalent.
What subjects are included in the field of Global Studies?
The field of Global Studies is made up by the following disciplines: Development Studies, Conflict Resolution, Global Gender Studies, Human Ecology, International Relations, Regional Studies (African, Asian, Latin American and Middle East Studies), and Social Anthropology. Please note that English, or any other language, as a subject is not defined as a discipline within the field of global studies.
There might be specific requirements for certain courses. Information regarding specific requirements as well as English requirements is to be found in the course descriptions you reach by the links below.
For questions regarding academic eligiability or individual assessments please contact the programme administration. Please note that we are unable to make any assessments in advance.
The autumn term (abbreviation HT in Swedish) is running from September 1st to January 15th.
The spring term (abbreviation VT in Swedish) is running from January 16th to June 4th.
In-depth courses usually require a core course at second cycle within the field of Global Studies. The School of Global studies offers two core courses within this field (see the list below).
For further information about the courses, please click on the links in the list below.
The following courses will be given providing there are a sufficient number of accepted students.
The course code indicates the subject:
GS = Global Studies
HE = Human Ecology
IK = Conflict Resolution
IR = International Relations
SA = Social Anthropology
US = Global Development Studies
SF = A coorporation between the School of Global Studies and the Department of Political science as well as the Department of Journalism, Media and Communication