Master's studies

Linköping University offers over 25 international master’s programmes, in various subject areas, all taught entirely in English.

International master's students Jesus and Keely. Photo credit: Anna Nilsen

Why choose to study a master's at LiU?

Linköping University (LiU) is a research-based university with excellence in education. International rankings, such as Times Higher Education top 100 universities under 50, have placed LiU among top higher education institutions in the world.

Studying at LiU means student-centred learning, an interdisciplinary approach and close collaboration with the business world. It also means high student satisfaction, as the International Student Barometer - the world's largest survey comparing graduate schools, institutes of higher education and universities - showed in the past few years. 

Whether you choose academia or the industry, a master's from LiU is a big step in the right direction for your future career. Read more below about each programme and decide which one is best for you.

International master's programmes at LiU

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Education system at LiU

Learning environment

Learn how we teach our students and what the learning environment is like at Linköping University.

Step into a LiU classroom

Experience a real lecture in one of our international master's programme.

Applying to LiU

Are you eligible to apply? How do you apply and when? What is the price of tuition and are there any scholarships? You will find links to all those answers and more information below. Contact us if you have a specific enquiry.

Map showing Sweden's location in Europe while also highlighting  the location of LiU's four campuses in Sweden.

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Linköping University is based on four campuses at three locations in Sweden, in northern Europe.  

In Linköping we have two campuses, Campus Valla our main campus, and University Hospital Campus. While Campus Norrköping lies in the centre of Norrköping, while Campus Lidingö hosts Malmstens Linköping University,  just outside of Stockholm.

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