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. All programmes are delivered in English, and the majority have a duration of two years.

The international application period for Master's programmes commencing in the autumn semester of 2014 has now closed.

The next international application period for programmes commencing in the autumn semester of 2015 will be open from mid-October 2014 to mid-January 2015.

Please note, several of Uppsala University's Master's programmes will be open for late application on 15 July as part of the Swedish application period. Only students who are citizens of a country within the European Union can apply. Students must apply through the Swedish application system www.antagning.se. Please contact the programme coordinator before applying.

Science and Technology 

Applied Biotechnology, 120 credits 
Bioinformatics, 120 credits 
Biology, 120 credits, specialisations:
  Cell and Molecular Biology
  Ecology and Conservation
  Environmental Toxicology
  Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolution Biology (MEME)
  Evolutionary Biology
  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:
  Analytical Chemistry
  Bio and Nano Materials - New!
  Biochemistry
  Chemical Biology
  Chemistry for Renewable Energy
  Organic Chemistry
  Physical Chemistry
  Theoretical Chemistry
Computational Science, 120 credits
Computer Science, 120 credits, specialisations:
  Computer Science 
  Concurrency and Parallel Programming - New!
  Sino-Swedish Master, Computer Science - Software Engineering
Earth Science, 120 credits, specialisations:
  Geology
  Hydrology/Hydrogeology
  Palaeobiology
  Physical Geography
Embedded Systems, 120 credits 
Mathematics, 120 credits, specialisations:
  Financial Mathematics
  Mathematics
Molecular Biotechnology, 120 credits 
Physics, 120 credits, specialisations:
  Astronomy and Space Physics
  Geophysics
  Meteorology
  Physics
Sustainable Development, 120 credits
Wind Power Project Management, 60 credits - at Campus Gotland!

Medicine

Biomedicine, 120 credits (Open for late application for EU students from 15 July)
Forensic Science, 120 credits (Open for late application for EU students from 15 July)
Infection Biology, 120 credits (Open for late application for EU students from 15 July)
International Health, 120 credits
Medical Nuclide Techniques, 120 credits (Open for late application for EU students from 15 July)
Medical Research, 120 credits - New!
Molecular Medicine, 120 credits (Open for late application for EU students from 15 July)

Humanities and Social Sciences

Business and Management, 120 credits - New!
specialisations:
  Entrepreneurship
  Financial Management
  Management Controlling
  Management in a Global Society
  Management of International Business
  Strategic Marketing Management
Early Modern Studies. Northern Europe 1450-1850, 120 credits
Economics, 120 credits
English, 120 credits
Euroculture, 120 credits
Global Environmental History, 120 credits 
Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 120 credits
Humanities, 120 credits, specialisation:
  Cultural Anthropology
Human-Computer Interaction, 120 credits
Information Systems, 120 credits
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 (Closed for Application)
Religion in Peace and Conflict, 120 credits
Scandinavian Studies120 credits
Social Sciences, 120 credits, specialisation:
  Digital Media and Society
Statistics, 120 credits
Sustainable Management, 60 credits - at Campus Gotland!

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