Master's Programmes 2022

Founded in 1923, the School of Business, Economics and Law have for 100 years formed and educated people as well as the world around us. As a student with us, you will receive an internationally accredited competitive education closely linked to first-rate research. We believe in an unlimited approach to education where multiple perspectives, international experiences, close collaboration with industry and a sustainable approach play an important part in the process. The School offer nine different first-class Master's Programmes taught in English.

Quality Assurance

One of about 100 Triple Crown accredited business schools in the World

The School of Business, Economics and Law is accredited by EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA, the three most prestigious international accreditations for business schools. This Triple Crown accreditation is held by less than 1 per cent of the world's business schools. It is valuable proof that our research, education and collaborations maintain an internationally high quality and that we are a strong business school, active in an international arena and continually developing in line with the requirements and changes around us. The Triple Crown ensures that your education meets the demands of tomorrow and when venturing out into the job market, it is an advantage to have studied at a school that boasts internationally recognised quality.

International Approach

We provide an international atmosphere that allows you to experience other cultures, improve your communication skills and build a global network of friends. You will be a part of an international learning environment with classmates and lecturers from around the world and you will have opportunities to do exchange studies.

Focus on Sustainability

The School has the ambition to be among the international leaders in integrating sustainable development perspectives into education. The work permeates the entire School on several levels, from education and research to collaborations and on campus.

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Admission Process

International Students From Outside of the EU/EEA

First admission round

October 18

Admission round opens

Find Master's programmes and check entry requirements.

January 17

Admission deadline

Select a Master's programme and apply.

You can do the GMAT/GRE Test to increase your chances of securing a place on the programme. The last day to complete the test is on January 17.

February 1

Admission fee deadline

Submit supporting documentation and pay the admission fee.

April 7

Admission results published

The admission result is published.

29 August

Autumn semester starts

An exciting journey begins.

Students From the EU/EEA and Sweden

Second admission round

March 15

Application round opens

Find Master's programmes and check entry requirements.

April 19

Application deadline

Select a Master's programme and apply.

You can do the GMAT/GRE Test to increase your chances of securing a place on the programme. The last day to complete the test is on April 19.

International students outside of EU/EEA need to apply in the first admission round (deadline January 17). Find more information above.

July 12

Admission results published

The admission result is published.

29 August

Autumn semester starts

An exciting journey begins.

GMAT/GRE General Test increases your chances of securing a place on the programme, but it is not a mandatory requirement