Degree studies at Linköping University

International master's and bachelor's programmes 

Linköping University (LiU) offers 30 international programmes, in various subject areas. Most of our master's programmes are two years long and count for 120 credits (ECTS). We currently offer one international bachelor programme taught in English.

We also offer single-subject master's and bachelor level courses. For students who wish to learn to be able to study at university in Swedish, there is a Swedish qualifying course available.

Our programmes

How to apply to Linköping University

What degrees do we offer?

International programmes 2024

In our latest booklet you will find all international degree programmes we offer in 2024. Our booklet will provide you with the practical road to success, inspire you to make LiU your number one priority, and give you further information about studies at Linköping University.

booklet 2023

Am I eligible?

Important dates

Applications open

16 October 2023

Application submission deadline

15 January 2024

Documentation & application fee

1 February 2024

Notification of selection result

Master's: 21 March, Bachelor's: 9 April

LiU Scholarship application period

21-24 March 2024

Autumn semester starts

August 2024

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Studying a degree in Sweden

Study in Sweden

Study in Sweden

The government resource on studying in Sweden for prospective and current international students. You will find everything you need to know on the Swedish higher education system, finding and applying for a programme, searching for scholarships, living in Sweden etc.

Swedish Migration Agency

Swedish Migration Agency

Information about requirements for studying in Sweden from the Swedish Migration Agency. Rules regarding residence permits and visas differ depending on whether you are a citizen of the EU or not, so make sure to check what is applicable for you.

University Admissions

University Admissions

The official website for applying to all Swedish universities, run by the Swedish Council for Higher Education. They are responsible for managing the application process, reviewing applicants and registering your supporting documents.

Further information

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