Second-cycle studies may lead to a Master’s degree with 60 credits or a Master’s degree with 120 credits in Comparative Literature, Theatre Studies, the History of Ideas and Science, and Religious Studies and Theology.
Should you have an undergraduate qualification (BA), you are qualified for entry to several of our courses and study programmes in the second cycle even if you have not previously studied our particular subjects in the first cycle. Certain other courses, however, require specific prior knowledge. In the second cycle you have wide scope to combine subjects and courses bearing in mind the professional path you intend to follow.
Most of our courses are in Swedish and a good knowledge of the Swedish language is therefore a prerequisite for admission to these courses. We offer courses and a programme in Religious Studies at the advanced level, taught in English. You can find more information about these courses in the menu to the left.