Department of Media Studies

NB: Courses marked “English m.fl.” and Language English/Swedish are only open for Swedish speaking students.

Applied Courses in the Humanities

Courses developing skills deemed especially useful for a professional or academic career.

Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship SSES
SSES is a collaboration between Stockholm University, the Royal Institute of Technology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm School of Economics, and Konstfack and offers courses in applied entrepreneurship. Accessible at http://www.universityadmissions.se after login via Stockholm University.

Stockholm University Full Course Catalogue

NB: Courses marked “English m.fl.” and Language English/Swedish are only open for Swedish speaking students.

Other Universities
Programme students are allowed to include elective courses from other universities in Sweden. Filter results from http://www.universityadmissions.se or antagning.se for the Stockholm Region and distance learning courses. Credits from Swedish universities do not need to be transferred and will appear at mitt.su.se when applying for your degree certificate. Please contact us of you are a scholarship student or a paying student.

What have other students in my programme chosen previously?

  • Cinema students tend to choose electives in Media Studies, Gender Studies, Theatre Studies, History, History of Ideas, English, and Literature.
  • Fashion students have often opted for courses in Entrepreneurship/Business (via SSES), as well as courses from the Department of Culture and Aesthetics (Theatre Studies, Performance Studies, Art History), Social Anthropology, and Sociology.
  • Media students have also often chosen courses in Entrepreneurship/Business (via SSES), as well as courses from the Department of English, and in Social Anthropology.

Restricted Courses - Department of Media Studies/Programme Only

Subject to availability/restrictions - contact us for availability

Cinema Studies

Media and Communication Studies