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Master's programmes

We offer a first-class internationally competitive education. The School of Business, Economics and Law is one of about a hundred Triple Crown Accredited business schools in the world.

Our Master's programmes

Our Master's programmes combine business, economics and law, in order to reflect our competencies and to respond to the demand of employers. The programmes belong to the Graduate School department, which is a part of the School of Business Economics and Law. All our Master's programmes are taught in English. For non-EU-residents, the application deadline is 15 January.

International Bachelor's programme

Programme fully taught in English.

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The School’s programme portfolio is supplemented with a number of MSc programmes co-managed with other faculties of the University. Together with the Faculties of Social Sciences and Arts,  the Faculty of Social Sciences,  the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Medicine we offer a number of programmes.

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Programmes undergraduate level

All programmes except "Business and Economics" are taught in Swedish.

We offer five programmes at the undergraduate level. All these programmes are taught in Swedish except for Business and Economics which also has an English version of the programme. We offer degree programmes in the following subjects:

Business and Economics, 180 credits

The Bachelor's programme in business and economics is suitable for those who are interested in a successful professional life in Swedish and international business and administration. You study courses that are part of classical business education along with our program-specific courses where you get to apply your knowledge in business and economics.

Logistics, 180 credits

The School's logistics programme is composed of the subjects business, cultural geography, law, economics and statistics. You will learn to identify, analyse and find solutions to logistical problems. Skills training and self-leadership are also included in the programme.

Law, 270 credits

Our law programme includes theoretical studies along with practical problem solving and our students are in close contact with practising lawyers early in their education. The training prepares students for their future careers by allowing them to test the various roles of a lawyer and shows how law changes depending on the perspective.

Environmental Social Science, 180 credits

Our social sciences environmental science programme is unique through its integration of social and environmental sciences. The programme provides an environmental competence that includes several scientific areas, solid specialist knowledge and an ability to work in networks and project groups.


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