Exchange Courses Autumn 2020

The autumn semester 2020 runs from 31 August to 17 January and is divided into four periods.

  • Period 1: 31 August – 30 September
  • Period 2: 1 October – 3 November
  • Period 3: 4 November – 7 December
  • Period 4: 8 December – 17 January

Last day of application is 15 April. Applications received after the deadline will not be processed.


Undergraduate level

Undergraduate courses at the department are either offered as 15 credits in period 1-2 or as two 7,5 credit courses running parallel in period 3-4 .

Period Level Course Credits Course code
1-2 2nd year International Business 15 hp 2FE226
1-2 3rd year International Business and Marketing 15 hp 2FE413
1-2 3rd year Management and Control 15 hp 2FE412
3-4 2nd year Business Strategy 7,5 hp 2FE227
3-4 2nd year Business in Networks 7,5 hp 2FE228
3-4 2nd year Organisational Behaviour 7,5 hp 2FE223

Advanced/Graduate level

One course is selected for period one and another course selected for period 2. In period 3 and 4 courses run parallel, here, all courses can be combined apart from Financial Statement Analysis that can only be taken in combination with Scientific Methods in Business Research.

Period Level Course Credits Corse code
1 Master Entrepreneurship 7,5 hp 2FE623
1 Master Business Analysis and Managerial Action 7,5 hp 2FE858
2 Master Accounting Theory  7,5 hp 2FE872
2 Master The Global Firm 7,5 hp 2FE859
3-4 Master Scientific Methods in Business Research 7,5 hp 2FE861
3-4 Master Internationalisation of Business 7,5 hp 2FE882
3-4 Master Advanced Organisation Theory 7,5 hp 2FE860
3-4 Master Consumer Marketing 7,5 hp 2FE815
3-4 Master Financial Statement Analysis  7,5 hp 2FE873


Undergraduate level

Be aware of the risk of overlapping schedules. For courses at the Department of Statistics the requirements are 30 credits of Statistics, except for Time Series Analysis with pre-requisite of 45 credits of Statistics (including one course in econometrics). 

Period Department Course Credits Course code
1 Statistics Probability Theory and Statistical Inference (full time)  7,5 hp 2ST065
2 Statistics Econometrics (full time) 7,5 hp 2ST092
3 Statistics Time Series Analysis (full time)  7,5 hp 2ST093
3 Statistics Quantitative Methods (full time) 7,5 hp 2ST106
3-4 Economics Economics of Development (half time)  7,5 hp 2NE675
1 Economic History Why some countries are rich: an economic history of the world (full time) 7,5 hp 2EH370
2 Economic History Sweden's Economic and Social Development in the 19th and 20th Centuries (full time) 7,5 hp 2EH371
3 Economic History Essay Writing (full time) 7,5 hp 2EH373
3 Social and Economic Geography The Changing Geography of Sweden: Patterns, Processes and Policies (full time) 7,5 hp 2KU006
4 Informatics and Media Databases 7,5 hp 2IS007
4 Informatics and Media Communication and Organising  7,5 hp 2IV159