Please note that all our bachelor programmes are taught in Swedish.
Even if you do not speak or understand Swedish, you can be a student at the School. You can come as an exchange student from one of our partner universities, or, if you have a Bachelor degree or an equivalent degree, you can apply for one of our Master's Programmes at the Graduate School.
There are also some courses in English for independent students.
More information at the web site of University of Gothenburg
Our programmes taught in Swedish:
Programme in Business and Economics, 180 ECTS credits
The programme is one of the most attractive in the Nordic countries. It provides students with a thorough grounding in business and economics for careers in national or international business and in the public sector. There are seven tracks, one analytical and six linguistic - English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese and Japanese. The analytical track focuses on skills to handle analytical methods and how to integrate knowledge in order to analyze, value and handle complex economic phenomena, question formulations and situations. The linguistic tracks focus on international issues and prepare the students for work in international environments. Three years of study leads to a Bachelor of Science exam and five years to a Master of Science exam.
Programme in Logistics Management, 180 ECTS credits
This programme is a business programme with a distinct approach to logistics. Logistics is all about creating efficient flows of goods and services to the consumer; from raw material to finished product. The programme is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to work with logistics in top positions in business and the public sector. In studying Business Administration, Law, Cultural Geography, Economics and Statistics students learn how to identify, to analyze and find solutions to logistical problems.
Three years of study leads to a Bachelor of Science exam and five years to a Master of Science exam.
Programme in Environmental Social Science, 180 ECTS credits
The programme provides students with knowledge and skills to work with high-level jobs in business and organisations where environmental issues are one of many important issues. It is unique in integrating social and environmental sciences. The students work with real environment projects and are trained in how to work in networks and project groups. Students specialize in one of five profiles: Business Administration (environmental management), Economics (environmental economics), Cultural Geography (environmental planning), Political Science (environmental politics) or Human Ecology.
Master of Laws Programme, 270 ECTS credits (ends within the second cycle with a LLM)
The programme provides students with knowledge and skills to work with legal matters in business and in the public sector, nationally and internationally as well as in law firms and the judiciary. In the programme theoretical studies are integrated with hands-on problem solving and students meet with practicing professionals from an early stage of the education. The first three years consist of obligatory courses after which the students choose a specialization e.g. Business Law, Environmental Law, Social Legislation or Tax Law.