This Programme requires a Letter of Intent and Extended Abstract

When to Apply

1st round: All applicants: October 16 - January 15
2nd round: EU/EEA and Swiss citizens only: April 16

Admission Results

1st round: Early April
2nd round: Mid-July

Where to Apply?

The below links will only display results during open application rounds
universityadmissions.se >> (English)
antagning.se >> (Swedish, active March 15 - April 16 only)

What to Submit?

All Applicants

  1. Letter of Intent in English - use this template and upload to universityadmissions.se/antagning.se no later than February 1. (1st round applicants)
  2. An extended abstract of your undergraduate thesis or equivalent academic research paper in English - use this template and upload to universityadmissions.se/antagning.se no later than February 1. (1st round applicants)

 Applicants with Foreign Study Merits

  1. Bachelor's degree certificate/diploma and transcripts from your undergraduate studies - instructions at universityadmissions.se >>
  2. Proof of English language skills - instructions at universityadmissions.se >>

Applicants with Swedish Study Merits

Most applicants with Swedish study merits (svensk gymnasieskola, högskola och universitet etc.) will have their merits retrieved automatically. Older merits may need to be submitted by post. Please review your merits and read more about how your merits are retrieved at www.antagning.se

Questions?

  1. See our FAQ
  2. University admissions’ FAQ
  3. Stockholm University Admissions Office
  4. Department of Media Studies

Please do not submit any document to the Department of Media Studies. All documents needs to be submitted via universityadmissions.se/antagning.se

Always follow instructions from universityadmissions.se on how to submit your documents.

Rules may differ depending on your country, please see visit universityadmissions.se for details on how to submit your documents. Some documents can be uploaded and some may need to be certified and sent by regular post.