Uppsala University has campuses in Uppsala and Visby on the island Gotland. Some courses are taught at other locations in Sweden or abroad. Flexible means distance learning courses, with no meetings at campus.
Search for courses for the period of a whole year or divide your search into smaller intervals here. One term is divided up into two periods of 10 weeks from the total of 20 weeks.
Our educational selection is divided into different levels, first cycle (undergraduate level or Bachelor's level) or second cycle (Master's level). You can begin at the different levels depending on if you are a beginner/first time student directly from the upper secondary/high school level or depending on how much you have studied previously at another university or if you have a degree from the undergraduate level.
Here you can choose different times of the day when the courses are taught.
Here you can sort between full-time or part-time courses. Full-time means that you study 30 credits per term, (20 week period). Part-time means that you study less than 30 credits per term. You can also choose an interval of pace of study, stated in percentage.
Every course belongs to a subject. Choose from the list and see all courses within a subject.
The language of instruction is either Swedish or English. Courses marked "Might be taught in English" means that the course will be taught in English if a English speaking student attends to the course; otherwise the course will be taught in Swedish. (Even though a lot of courses are taught in English, for application they are only available through the Swedish application website antaging.se.)
Distance learning means that all or parts of the lessons are given other than in the classroom. Some of the courses require you to travel to campus a couple of times throughout the course. For other courses, the entire course may require only meeting online using Internet.
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