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Eligibility in Swedish Universities - Masters

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I am a final year Bachelors in Commerce student from India. I would like to know if my 3-year undergraduate degree is acceptable/equivalent to a Bachelor's degree form Sweden to meet the entry requirements for a Masters program in Sweden.

The Universities I'm considering are:
University of Gothenburg
Lund University
Stockholm University

Thank you in advance :)

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sunshine101 wrote:
Hello,

I am a final year Bachelors in Commerce student from India. I would like to know if my 3-year undergraduate degree is acceptable/equivalent to a Bachelor's degree form Sweden to meet the entry requirements for a Masters program in Sweden.

The Universities I'm considering are:
University of Gothenburg
Lund University
Stockholm University

Thank you in advance :)


So that actually depends more on where your undergraduate degree is from than what school you are interested in in Sweden, as it needs to be an internationally recognized university, and it depends on how many ECTS points you got from that degree (more about what those are here: http://www.emundus.univ-montp2.fr/index ... Itemid=423). But in general, yes, it seems like you might meet the requirements in Sweden, again, depending on the above.

If you want a definitive answer without sharing your school and degree here, you could also reach out to the schools and ask them about that. In my experience all these schools are very forthcoming towards international applicants.
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sunshine101 wrote:
Hello,

I am a final year Bachelors in Commerce student from India. I would like to know if my 3-year undergraduate degree is acceptable/equivalent to a Bachelor's degree form Sweden to meet the entry requirements for a Masters program in Sweden.

The Universities I'm considering are:
University of Gothenburg
Lund University
Stockholm University

Thank you in advance :)


So that actually depends more on where your undergraduate degree is from than what school you are interested in in Sweden, as it needs to be an internationally recognized university, and it depends on how many ECTS points you got from that degree (more about what those are here: http://www.emundus.univ-montp2.fr/index ... Itemid=423). But in general, yes, it seems like you might meet the requirements in Sweden, again, depending on the above.

If you want a definitive answer without sharing your school and degree here, you could also reach out to the schools and ask them about that. In my experience all these schools are very forthcoming towards international applicants.


Thank you very much. Will do so.

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