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Degree levels

Halmstad University offers degrees at First and Second level. For an overview of the degree system in Sweden, click the scheme below.

An overview of the degree system in Sweden

An overview of the degree system in Sweden (click to enlarge)

First level:

University Diploma, 120 HE credits (two years)
Degree of Bachelor, 180 HE credits (three years)

In Sweden a Bachelor Degree requires 180 Swedish higher education credits (HE credits) at first level, of which at least 90 credits with increasingly in-depth studies have to be in the main field of study. The main field of study must also include a diploma project of 15 credits.

In order to get accepted to first level studies, a student needs to have a completed program in the upper-secondary school or the equivalent and fulfil the specified admission requirements.

Second level:

Halmstad University offers both One Year and Two Years Master degrees and all our degrees are fully recognized internationally.

Degree of Master (One Year), 60 HE credits
A Swedish Degree of Master (One Year) requires 60 Swedish higher education credits, of which 30 credits have to be within the main field of study. The main field of study must include one independent thesis of 15 credits.

Degree of Master (Two Years), 120 HE credits
A Swedish Degree of Master (Two Years) requires 120 Swedish higher education credits, of which 60 credits have to be within the main field of study. The main field of study must include one independent thesis of 30 credits.

In order to get accepted to the second level, a student needs to hold a Bachelor Degree of at least 180 Swedish higher education credits or an equivalent foreign degree and fulfil the specified admission requirements.

Halmstad University offers both One Year and Two Years Master degrees and all the degrees are fully recognised internationally.

Updated 2018-03-02