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"It's great to hear that we have the most popular programme in Sweden. We see it as proof that our programmes are of a very high standard, and that we've laid a very solid foundation for continuing to attract foreign students in the future", says vice-chancellor Romulo Enmark.
The Master's programme offers 30 places, which are to be divided between Swedish and foreign students. The admissions procedure for Swedish students will take place later this autumn.
"I's a good programme and a lot of people also look at the research opportunities on offer — our excellent research activities make us attractive in that area. Also, there aren't that many Master's programmes in the field of computer network engineering in Sweden, so we're unique in that respect," says Magnus Larsson, head of the School of Information Science, Computers and Electrical Engineering at Halmstad University.
"We've been preparing for paying students for two years now. We won't be increasing the number of places due to the enormous number of applicants this year. On the contrary, we've already decreased the number of places to adapt to future requirements", says Larsson.