Degree Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Cinema Studies, or the equivalent, including a major academic product (thesis) of at least 15 ECTS. The eligibility requirement "Bachelor degree in Cinema Studies or the equivalent" means that the applicant has: 

  1. an undergraduate degree in Cinema Studies or
  2. another degree in a nearby field of study with a sufficient number of credits in courses relevant to the field of Cinema Studies.
  • Practical experience from filmmaking or the film industry is not considered as equivalent to academic studies in the Field.
  • Students in their last year of undergraduate studies are eligible to apply. Admitted students MUST present a Bachelor's degree upon registration to enroll. Follow instructions from University Admissions in Sweden on how to document your eligibility. 
  • Degree copies may require certification, please follow instructions from University Admissions in Sweden.

English Language Requirements

The English language entry requirement is the equivalent of English language studies at an upper secondary level (post-16) in Sweden, known as English course B or 6. There are three ways of meeting the requirements:

  1. Through Upper Secondary studies (high school)
  2. Through previous university studies in English
  3. Through language tests (TOEFL, IELTS Academic, and others)

Since rules are subject to change, please see visit the University Admissions website for details on how to meet our English language requirements.