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Tuition fees at Malmö University

Who has to pay tuition fees?

Students with citizenship in countries not within the European Union/ the European Economic Area (EEA), or Switzerland, are required to pay application and tuition fees for university studies in Sweden. 

As a non-European citizen you may be exempted from the obligation to pay tuition fees, provided you meet certain criteria.

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Tuition Fees

The tuition fee must be paid per academic year and cannot be divided into smaller instalments. All figures quoted below are subject to change.

The prices below are given in Swedish Crowns (SEK).  

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Bachelor's Programmes - 180 credits

   Total fee (SEK)   Per year
English Studies 210,000   70,000
European Studies 210,000   70,000
Human Rights 210,000   70,000
Interaction Design 480,000   160,000
International Migration and Ethnic Relations                210,000   70,000
International Relations 210,000   70,000
Peace and Conflict Studies 210,000  


Bachelor's degree programmes at Malmö University

Master's Programmes - 60 credits

   Total fee (SEK)   Per year
Communication for Development (Distance learning, part-time)  100,000   50,000
Computer Science 110,000   110,000
Interaction Design 200,000   200,000
International Migration and Ethnic Relations 80,000   80,000
Leadership for Sustainability 80,000   80,000
Media and Communication (Distance learning) 100,000   100,000
Media Technology 110,000   110,000
Political Science 80,000   80,000

Master's Programmes - 120 credits

   Total fee (SEK)   Per year
Biomedical Surface Science 300,000   150,000
Criminology 180,000   90,000
Interaction Design 400,000   200,000
International Migration and Ethnic Relations 160,000   80,000
Media and Communication (Distance learning)            200,000   100,000
Political Science 160,000   80,000
Urban Studies 180,000   90,000

Master's degree programmes at Malmö University

Last updated by Sabine Petersson