International Master’s Programmes at Uppsala University
A Master’s degree from Uppsala University will enable you to reach your full potential and gain a competitive edge on the international job market.
Below is a list of all international Master’s programmes offered at Uppsala University. All programmes are taught in English, and the majority have a duration of two years.
The next international application period for programmes commencing autumn 2016 is from mid-October to mid-January 2016. Exact dates will be made available at a later date.
Science and Technology
Applied Biotechnology, 120 credits
Bioinformatics, 120 credits
Biology, 120 credits, specialisations:
Cell and Molecular Biology
Ecology and Conservation
Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolution Biology (MEME)
Genetic and Molecular Plant Science
Immunology and Infection Biology
Limnology - Ecology and Environment of Inland Waters
Nabis - Nordic Master in Biodiversity and Systematics
Chemistry, 120 credits, specialisations:
Bio and Nano Materials
Chemistry for Renewable Energy
EACH - Excellence in Analytic Chemistry - New!
Computational Science, 120 credits
Computer Science, 120 credits, specialisations:
Concurrency and Parallel Programming
Sino-Swedish Master, Computer Science - Software Engineering
Earth Science, 120 credits, specialisations:
European Palaeobiology Specialisation (Uppsala-Lille) - New!
Embedded Systems, 120 credits
Mathematics, 120 credits, specialisations:
Molecular Biotechnology, 120 credits
Physics, 120 credits, specialisations:
Astronomy and Space Physics
Nuclear and Particle Physics
Theoretical Physics - Quantum Fields and Strings
Sustainable Development, 120 credits
Wind Power Project Management, 60 credits - at Campus Gotland!
Biomedicine, 120 credits
Forensic Science, 120 credits
Infection Biology, 120 credits
International Health, 120 credits
Medical Nuclide Techniques, 120 credits
Medical Research, 120 credits
Molecular Medicine, 120 credits
Humanities and Social Sciences
Business and Management, 120 credits
Management in a Global Society
Management of International Business
Early Modern Studies. Northern Europe 1450-1850, 120 credits
Economics, 120 credits
English, 120 credits
Entrepreneurship, 60 credits - New!
Euroculture, 120 credits
Global Environmental History, 120 credits
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 120 credits
Humanities, 120 credits, specialisation:
Human-Computer Interaction, 120 credits
Information Systems, 120 credits
Intellectual Property Law, 60 credits - New!
International Humanitarian Action, 120 credits
International Tax Law and EU Tax Law, 60 credits
Investment Treaty Arbitration, 60 credits
Language Technology, 120 credits
Peace and Conflict Studies, 120 credits
Political Science, 120 credits
Religion in Peace and Conflict, 120 credits
Scandinavian Studies120 credits
Social Sciences, 120 credits, specialisation:
Digital Media and Society
Sociology of Education, 120 credits - New!
Statistics, 120 credits
Sustainable Management, 60 credits - at Campus Gotland!
Swedish application period and late application
Although we strongly encourage all international students to apply through the international application round, students who are citizens of a country within the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland also have the option of applying through the Swedish application round. Applications must be made in Swedish through the website www.antagning.se between 16 March and 15 April 2015.
Several of Uppsala University's Master's programmes will also open for late application on 15 July 2015. However, only students who are EU citizens will be able to make use of this late application period, and must apply through the Swedish application system www.antagning.se. Please contact the programme coordinator before applying.