Information to students already enrolled in a Master's Programme
This page is intended for those already enrolled in one of our Master's Programmes. If you are not already a student you can find information about our Master's Programmes and how to apply on our education page. If you have any questions please contact the Student Councellor at the Department of Business Studies.
- Programme Structure
- Applying for courses within the Master's Programmes
- Requirements within the Master's Programmes
- Options during the third semester
- Study Break/Interruption of Studies
If you have applied to the Programme starting autumn 2020, in the International application round - please find
information on the application site.
Applying for courses within the Master's Programmes
- 15 March and 15 April for the autumn semester
- 15 September and 15 October for the spring semester.
Requirements within the Master's Programmes
For the second semester on the Master's Programme in Entrepreneurship, and the third and fourth semester on the Master's Programmes in Business and Management, and Accounting and Financial Management, there are requirements that needs to be fulfilled.
Eligibility requirements one-year Programmes
To be eligible to the second semester and write the Master's Thesis 15 credits, you must have achieved at least 15 credits within the Programme before the start of the semester.
Eligibility requirements two-years Programmes
If you do an Internship during the third semester you must fulfil the requirement of passing 30 credits within the Programme. If you apply for elective courses you must make sure you fulfil the requirement of the course.
To be eligible to the fourth semester and write the Master's Thesis 30 credits, you must have achieved at least 45 credits within the Programme before the start of the semester.
Options during the 3rd semester
During the third semester of our Master's Programmes, 120 credits, you can
- study abroad
- do an Internship
- read optional courses
Study Break or Interruption of Studies
From the second semester on our Master's Programmes an onward it is possible to apply for a Study break. If you no longer want to study on the Programme you should interrupt your studies. If you want to drop-out of the two-year Programme to take a Master of Science in Business and Economics 60 credits, you need to hand in a request of Interruption of studies.
Our one-year or two-year Master's Programmes leads to a Master's Degree of 120 credits in Business Studies, or a Master's Degree of 60 credits in Business Studies or Entrepreneurship. In order to apply for your degree you need to fulfil the requirements. Courses used in the Master's Degree cannot already be included in the underlying first cycle degree (i.e Bachelor's) or have helped you fulfil the requirements. Courses that you wish to include in your Degree cannot overlap content wise with each other.
Master’s degree of 60 credits
- 30 credits second cycle, including 15 credit Master's thesis, within the main field of study
- 15 credits second cycle
- 15 credits first or second cycle
Master’s degree of 120 credits
- 60 credits second cycle, including 30 credit Master's thesis, within the main field of study
- 30 credits second cycle
- 30 credits first or second cycle