How can I apply?
The applicant applies to the Master’s Programme in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Geology. All applicants must meet the academic and language requirements.
The applicant applies to his/her preferred main subject within the master’s programme.
The applicant must hold a bachelor’s degree (equivalent to a Finnish university Bachelor’s degree, kandidatexamen) in a relevant field and at least 60 credits in the subject the student is applying to. These should correspond to 25 credits of basic studies and 35 credits of intermediate studies in the subject.
To be able to be admitted the applicant must hold a bachelor’s degree and have completed at least 50 credits in the subject the student is applying to. The remaining 10 credits must be completed within the master’s degree.
The degree certificates and transcripts of records are always assessed individually by the faculty in order to determine whether the profile of the previous studies matches the academic requirements of the sought programme. Eligible applicants are assessed and placed in order of admission on the basis of number of credits in the subject applied to and the grades in the previous studies.
Admission is granted on the basis of the application. No entrance exams are arranged.
More information can be found under general information about applying to a master programme (e.g. eligibility for studies and requirements).
Please note that the official teaching language of the Master’s programme is Swedish. However, many of the courses within the master’s programme are taught in English, therefore a part of the degree can be completed in English.
Students without knowledge of Swedish language can be admitted to the master’s programme. Knowledge of English is then required.
Even if you can apply and be accepted on the basis of knowledge in English language you will have to take compulsory courses in Swedish and some courses of the degree are given only in Swedish.