Application

Master’s programmes at Department of Sociology with start autumn semester 2020 and onwards, will only have ONE admission round for ALL applicants with deadline JANUARY 15, 2020!  So if you want to apply to one of our Master´s programmes starting autumn 2020 the application deadline is January 15, 2020

More information and application in Stockholm University´s course catalogue

Please observe, students from countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland are required to pay both an application fee and a tuition fee.

Link to information on fees and scholarships.

 

Entry requirements

Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences, Biology, Public Health or equivalent. English B/English 6, Mathematics C/Mathematics 3 or equivalent.

To be eligible for the Multidisciplinary Master´s Programme in Demography the applicant must hold an undergraduate degree (BA/BSc) of at least 3 years (180 ECTS credit points) in Social Science, Biology or Public Health recognized by UNESCO and/or an official accrediting body of your home country. The degree must be completed before admission can be made. Beside this general requirement, you must meet the specific requirement stated for the Multidisciplinary Master´s Programme in Demography in order to be considered for admission. This concerns the specific requirements in English and Mathematics. Since all educational activities are carried out in English you need to have considerable skills in speaking as well as in writing in English. For information about different ways of meeting the language requirement English B/English 6 please use www.universityadmissions.se  As the programme contains courses that presuppose a certain level of skills in Mathematics you must also submit documents, supported by official transcripts, that verify your previous knowledge in Mathematics. The minimum level required is expressed as Matematik C; IB: SL-studies; England: AS-level or equivalent.

Assessment of merits

In ranking the applicants for programmes at the Department of Sociology, three components are used to assess the merits of applicants. Please find more information here.
 

Programme structure

First semester

Population Development and Social Change, 7,5 credits
Basic Demographic Methods 7,5 credits
Population Processes 7,5 credits
Elective course 7.5 credits -here are the courses that you can choose from at our department.

Second semester

Elective courses 22,5 credits -here are the courses that you can choose from at our department.
Event-History Analysis: Regression for Longitudinal Event Data 7,5 credits - halftime periods 3 and 4

Third semester

Elective courses 22,5 credits -here are the courses that you can choose from at our department.
Research Methods - 7,5 hp - halftime periods 3 and 4

Fourth semester

Master's Thesis in Demography - 30 hp