The Malmo University was established in the year 1998 in Malmo, a city in Sweden. The University got its full University status in 2018. The University is one of the top institutions in Sweden. It is a University that offers several courses under the undergraduate, graduate, research degrees in full time, part time and distance mode. The University offers several courses under its 5 faculties and departments to choose their desired subjects and study in Sweden.
The university is located in the vibrant city of Malmo. Malmo is a lively city that offers students a variety of cuisine from street food to fine dine, top destination for design loving individuals, and is known as the city of comics. Another interesting fact about the city is that it is the innovation hub of Europe as 7 start-ups are created every day. Therefore, students can have a promising career in the city.
Malmo University is ranked as follows:-
|No. of faculties||5|
|No. of programs||7 bachelor’s; 24 master’s|
|Mode of Program||Full-time/ Part-time/ Distance mode|
|On campus accommodation||Available|
|Application mode||National Online portal|
|Number of Students||24,000|
|Tuition fee||Bachelor courses (235,000 SEK to 425,000 SEK)|
Master courses (80,000 SEK to 450,000 SEK)
Malmo University admissions are open in the autumn and the spring seasons and have fixed deadlines for the same. Applications are welcomed from both EU and non EU students. The application process has been described below:
Applicants for undergraduate and graduate programs must check their respective requirements carefully before applying.
Application Portal: Apply online through the national website universityadmissions.se
Application Fee: 900 SEK for non-EU students and no application fee for EU students.
Application Deadline: January 15
Admission Requirements: The major requirements for the admissions in the University include:
The minimum English language requirements to be fulfilled by international students are as follows:
|IELTS||For English 6: 6.5 (no section under 5.5)|
|TOEFL||PBT- 4.0 to 4.5 IBT- 17 to 20|
|Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments||English 6|
|PTE||47 to 68|
|Cambridge ESOL||180 to 200 points For English 5- grade A, B or C|
The tuition fee of the University covers the following:
The tuition fee range of bachelor’s and master courses are:-
|Degrees||Tuition Fee Range|
|Bachelor’s degree programs|
|English Studies||2,35,000 SEK|
|European Studies||2,35,000 SEK|
|Human Rights||2,35,000 SEK|
|Interaction Design||4,25,000 SEK|
|International Migration and Ethnic Relations||2,35,000 SEK|
|International Relations||2,35,000 SEK|
|Peace and Conflict Relations||2,35,000 SEK|
|Master’s degree programs (One Year)||80,000 SEK to 225,000 SEK|
|Master’s degree programs (Two Years)||160,000 SEK to 450,000 SEK|
Malmo University has its considerations about the internships which the candidate should complete as a part of some of the degrees. A student can also go for the Erasmus+ internship in higher education which is also essential for certain courses.
The University organizes workshops and events for the jobs, also helps with the individual career-guidance consultation, provides for the possible jobs and the career paths, career mentoring program for the master’s students. The University also engages in the career fairs and enables students to get a job in Sweden. The career fair is organized annually in spring and is open for all students as well as alumni of the University.
|Average Cost of Attendance||$8,100 / Year|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$8,100 / Year|
|Post Graduate Program||$9,256 / Year|
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I choose to study at the Malmo University due to the Criminology course. After researching more about the university I found it young and vibrant. My university happens to be attractive as well. And this would surely make an impact on me. Also, I loved the environment of the university that is student-led.
The program gives me a broader perspective. Also, it is very research-based. I love to tap the human side of the course that further helps me to understand the topics better. The specialist knowledge on criminal careers, risk assessment, and crime prevention are some of the topics that are included in my course. Also, the education addresses the individual, the situational as well as the societal perspective, and includes health-related aspects such as substance abuse and mental health issues.
*All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary