The Department of Business Administration offers courses/programmes in business administration and economic geography, in the first, second and third cycle. We also offer commissioned education at a range of levels.
Please note that most of the courses and all programmes at undergraduate level are taught in Swedish. However, you can come as an exchange student or if you have a Bachelor degree or an equivalent degree, you can apply for the Master Programmes.
Education and student service for international students
The School of Business, Economics and Law offers a number of Master Programmes for international students.
International exchange students at undergraduate and graduate level are adviced to the International Office web page.
Career Service offers its services to all students of the School of Business, Economics and Law. It does not matter if you have just begun studying or are about to graduate. Career Service offers: seminars, help with CV and application letters and job opportunities.
For enrolment to postgraduate studies applicants must meet both the general and the specific entry requirements. Read more
Commissioned education is aimed at organisations in the private and public sectors. These courses may be either general so that employees in different organisations can take them - such as the Executive MBA programme, for example or - to be tailored to a specific organisation.
About the three cycles
First cycle studies can lead to a Bachelor of Science degree (180 hec, higher education credits), and studies in the second cycle can result in a Degree of Master (one year) of Science (60 hec) or a Degree of Master (two years) of Science (120 hec).
Business Administration can be a principal subject in a Bachelor of Science and/or a Master of Science degree. It is also possible to take courses in business administration towards a degree in another principal subject.
For enrolment to postgraduate programmes (third cycle) applicants must meet the requirements for basic eligibility. Applicants must have a degree awarded in the second cycle or have completed studies for at least 240 hec of which at least 60 hec were awarded in the second cycle, or have completed a corresponding programme in some other country or have equivalent qualifications.