The Master Programme in Euroculture at Uppsala University in Sweden is a multi-university, multi-disciplinary programme focused on the study of modern European society and culture in the context of EU integration.
This 2-year Master Programme in Euroculture focuses on questions of values, heritage, and identity that play a vital role in today's debates. Students are familiarized with European cultural history and creating opportunities for a more advanced education focused on aspects of special relevance to contemporary European political and social contexts.
The 1st semester of this Master Programme in Euroculture is made up of theoretical courses, and is followed by the 2nd semester spent reflecting the specialties available at one of the seven other universities in the Euroculture network. The 3rd semester includes completion of a internship/training at suitable positions and/or courses (research seminars). During the final semester, students concentrate on completing their masters thesis.
Upon completion, students are well-prepared to launch successful careers as, for instance, bureaucrats, journalists, project managers, diplomats, or culture consultants.
Admission requirements to Master programmes (a.k.a Second Cycle) at Uppsala University have the following minimum requirements:
For more information about specific requirements for each Master programme offered and to see if you qualify, visit Uppsala University's website.
This program has an IELTS English language proficiency requirement. For more information about IELTS or to book a test, click below:
Upon successful completion of the programme, you will receive a Master of Arts in Theology: Euroculture from Uppsala University.
For more information on scholarships and tuition fees at Uppsala University, visit www.uu.se/master.
Founded in 1477, Uppsala University (Uppsala Universitet) is a university in Sweden and the oldest university in the Nordic countries. Uppsala University is one of the top ranked universities in northern Europe and top 100 ranked universities in the world.
The university is characterized by quality and diversity as the school pursues education and research of top quality across a wide range of disciplines. Visit their website to learn more about UU.
World-class research and a top-ranking education at Uppsala University lies within three disciplinary domains: Arts and Social Sciences; Medicine and Pharmacy; and Science and Technology.
Over 30 international master’s programmes at Uppsala University draw students from all over the world to this distinguished school's tradition of quality, knowledge, and creativity. Uppsala University offers education programmes within 9 faculties:
Uppsala University heads international, cutting-edge research in all fields, and is a key collaborative partner for business
and society as well as for other universities around the world.
Uppsala University is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary campus settings. Students have the chance of the life time to study programs such as the Master in Chemistry where two of the eight Nobel Prize Laureates have been chemists from Uppsala University.
Uppsala University's 40,000 students make up a solid part of the population of Uppsala. Being such a student-geared city, Uppsala University has over 13 “Student Nations" that both international and Swedish students can join for policy input, social activities, athletics and clubs. These Student Nations date back to the 17th century that creates a close-knit, fantastic student life on campus and around the city. Discover Uppsala University!
Uppsala University collaborates with different institutions to provide scholarships to both international undergraduate and graduate students. Some of the scholarships for students intending to study at Uppsala University include the following:
For more information about scholarships and to see if you qualify, visit Uppsala University's website for more information.