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Master's programmes

The Department of Physics has three Master's Programmes. The programmes are taught entirely in English and last for two years.

Complex Adaptive Systems
Physics of Materials and Biological Systems
Physics

Entrance requirements

A Bachelors degree or the equivalent, e.g. the equivalence to 180 Swedish credit points or 180 ECTS credits at an accredited university, including a minimum of 90 Swedish credit points in a natural science subject (CAS) or physics (PMBS and FP).

Applicant must prove knowledge in English, by one of the following:

  • TOEFL test result of at least 600 points (computerized 250 points, on Internet 100 points)
  • IELTS of at least 6.0, including at least 6.5 for the writing
  • Cambridge Advanced Certificate in English.

The English requirement does not apply to students with Bachelor degree from an English speaking university, or to students having passed English level B at Swedish/Nordic Upper Secondary School.

The acceptance to the programmes is decided by a central Admissions Commitee.

Application periods

The application periods for our Master programmes are:

  • December 1st - January 15th for EU and overseas students
  • April 15th for Swedish students

Application can only be made through the web site studera.nu Here you will also find all information needed about the application process.

Information in English about other Masters programmes at the Faculty of Science

Studying in Sweden

Are you considering studying in Sweden? Please visit this webpage for useful information.

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Utskriftsdatum: 2017-11-23