Bachelor Degrees in Sweden

View all 14 Top Bachelor Programs in Sweden 2016/2017

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Students from all over the world have chosen a Bachelor in Sweden degree program. Universities in Sweden promote forward-thinking and innovative ideas that are necessary for the international competitive job market. The universities are also top-notch, but these are not the only reasons that students choose a Bachelor in Sweden. Outside of the classroom, students can take advantage of the beautiful scenery, exciting cities, art, culture, music, and outdoor activities.

The options for a Bachelor in Sweden are vast. Some examples of areas of study are in the disciplines of economics, business, international relations, tourism, peace and conflict studies, biology, energy, and information technology. A Bachelor in Sweden typically takes a minimum of three years of full-time study to complete, however there are options for flexible scheduling that include part-time and online studies.

To learn more about a Bachelor in Sweden, take a look through the options below and you may find the perfect program for you!

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Bachelor in New Media Design

Jönköping University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Sweden Jönköping

The Bachelor’s programme New Media Design offers you unique opportunities to work in the world of digital media. The programme combines graphic design, web development, interaction design and marketing communication to give you the multidisciplinary knowledge demanded by this exciting growth industry. The programme is open to applicants from around the world, and the teaching is carried out in English. [+]

Bachelors in Sweden 2016/2017. The Bachelor’s programme New Media Design offers you unique opportunities to work in the world of digital media. The programme combines graphic design, web development, interaction design and marketing communication to give you the multidisciplinary knowledge demanded by this exciting growth industry. The programme is open to applicants from around the world, and the teaching is carried out in English. The programme provides both theoretical and practical knowledge within graphic design and visual communication. Typography, image composition, chromatics and basic design principles are combined with practical experience in software such as Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. The programme will give you the knowledge and skills to design and develop interactive web applications for various devices and platforms, with a clear focus on usability. You will learn techniques including HTML, CSS and JavaScript, as well as developing and adapting database-driven publication tools such as WordPress. The programme also includes courses in information architecture and interaction design. The programme provides a sound basis in project management and group dynamics, with a focus on an international job market. You will study courses in marketing, giving you the basics of marketing communication and the strategic use of e.g. social media and other electronic tools for analyses, trend prediction and marketing to communicate a message. You will also acquire the basic knowledge needed to start your own business and learn how to sell yourself and present your work in the best way. International character The teaching is carried out in English, and you will study alongside students from all over the world. You will also have the opportunity to study for a semester at one of our partner universities. This will give you international contacts, experience and qualifications that will be valued highly by future employers. Industrial Placement course You will make direct contact with a company within the industry through an Industrial Placement Course (IPC). The IPC involves nine weeks of work experience at a company. Those who wish to do so can carry out this work experience abroad. The programme will also include industry involvement through activities such as guest lectures and job market days. After completing your studies Knowledge of web development and graphic design is a strength whether you want to work as an art director, graphic designer, a web and app developer, a web strategist or in other advanced roles within print and electronic media. Possible workplaces include advertising and web agencies, marketing departments and newspapers/magazines. A bachelor’s degree in New Media Design from the School of Engineering at Jönköping University provides a sound foundation for many different professional roles such as graphic designer, front-en web developer, interaction designer and web strategist. After completing your studies, you will be able to work for web, advertising and communication agencies, marketing departments or your own company. As a graphic designer or an art director with a technical profile, your work duties may consist of designing websites, graphical interfaces, traditional printed materials and brand-building advertising materials. You may also work with search engine optimisation and developing client and server solutions for web and mobile applications. Master’s degree Completion of your bachelor’s degree in New Media Design also makes you eligible for further studies in the master's programme User Experience Design and IT Architecture. Courses Year 1 Graphic Design and Visual Communication I 15 credits User Research 6 credits Web and User Interface Design 9 credits Client-side Programming 15 credits Entrepreneurship and Business Planning 6 credits Marketing Communication 9 credits Year 2 Leadership and Project Management 6 credits Information Architecture 6 credits Applied Web Architecture 12 credits Development Processes for Digital Media 6 credits Graphic Design and Visual Communication II 15 credits Interaction Design 6 credits Custom Project Management 6 credits Scientific Methods and Communication I credits Year 3 Server-side Programming* 7,5 credits Motion Graphics* 7,5 credits Digital Marketing and Social Media* 7,5 credits Portfolio and Visual Presentation* 7,5 credits Scientific Methods and Communication II* 3 credits Final Project Work 15 credits Industrial Placement Course 12 credits *Can be exchanged for studies abroad. Facts Credits: 180,0 ECTS Level: Bachelor's Rate of study: Full-time Place of study: Campus-based Language: English Start date: Autumn 2016 Requirements: General entry requirements include high school diploma; with specific demand on mathematics, civic/social studies, and English proficiency. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Enterprise Development

Jönköping University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Sweden Jönköping

The programme in Sustainable Enterprise Development has been created to fill the increasing need among both for-profit and not-forprofit organisations, for leaders who can initiate and manage change processes. [+]

The programme in Sustainable Enterprise Development has been created to fill the increasing need among both for-profit and not-forprofit organisations, for leaders who can initiate and manage change processes. The programme recruits students who are interested in the management of change and innovation, with a particular emphasis on environmental and social sustainability. It is designed to foster creativity and an entrepreneurial mind-set, so that as a graduate you are able to launch and manage new initiatives – or renew existing practices. During your studies you will interact with students from other cultures and be taught by an engaged and international team of faculty. You are expected to spend one semester abroad and to develop a personal portfolio that documents and highlights your personal development during the programme. After completing your studies you will be well-prepared for work in the private, non-profit and public sector – and for post-graduate study. The programme provides a solid foundation for a position in general management, but particularly equips you for work as a project leader, business developer or sustainability manager. Courses NB Preliminary list of courses. Year 1 Entrepreneurship and Business Planning, 7.5 credits (A1 – G1N) Foundations of Marketing and Communication, 7.5 credits (A1 – G1N) Basic Financial Accounting (A2-G1N), 7.5 credits Microeconomic Principles & Maths for Economics, 7.5 credits (A2-G1N) The Sustainable Enterprise - Social and Environmental Perspectives, 15 credits (S1+S2 G1F) Macroeconomic Principles (S1-G1N) 7.5 credits Business Statistics 1, 7.5 credits Year 2 Organizing for Profit and Purpose, 7.5 credits (A1 - G1F) Strategy & Technology (A1-G1F), 7.5 credits Design & Management of Change and Innovation 7.5 credits (A2 - G1F) Finance and accounting for sustainability, 7.5 credits (A2 - G2F) 30 credits: Study abroad, or Default courses at JIBS, or Internship plus electives at JIBS Year 3 Applied Management of Change & Innovation for sustainability, 7.5 credits (A1 – G2F) Portfolio credits gained here, 7.5 credits (A1 - G1N) Economics of Innovation and Sustainability, 7.5 credits (A2 - G2F) Research Methods: Design, Implementation & Analysis (A2 / S2), 7.5 credits Supply Chain Management, 7.5 credits (S1 – G1F) Governance for Sustainability and Responsible Ownership, 7.5 credits (S2 - G2F) Facts Credits: 180,0 ECTS Level: Bachelor's Rate of study: Full-time Place of study: Campus-based Language: English Start date: Autumn 2016 Requirements: General entry requirements include high school diploma; with specific demand on mathematics, civic/social studies, and English proficiency. Read more about our English Requirements. The number of places is limited and a selection is made based on high-school diploma GPA and letter of motivation. (Special Selection: We reserve a limited number of extra seats within this bachelor programme for applicants who are considered particularly suited to the education and JIBS’ profile.) [-]

Bachelor Programme of English: Language, Literature and Society

Kristianstad University Sweden
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Sweden Kristianstad

This programme gives the students increased proficiency in the English language together with theoretical knowledge about English. [+]

Bachelors in Sweden 2016/2017. This programme gives the students increased proficiency in the English language together with theoretical knowledge about English. This comprises both oral and written proficiency, as well as a thorough introduction to English linguistics and literary theory, including the ability to correctly apply this knowledge. The focus throughout the programme is on communication, and the aim of the modules that do not explicitly focus on English is to strengthen the student's communicative ability in various ways, and to make the student aware of how the use of English is affected by historical, cultural, and social circumstances, as well as the subject area and the medium through which it is communicated. Overall educational goals The BA in English: Language, Literature and Society aims to enable students to further develop their existing knowledge and skills in English develop their knowledge of English literature and linguistics. The students will also increase their communicative ability and understanding of communication. Furthermore, they will become aware of the impact on the use of English of history, culture and society and of the subject matter and medium concerned. On completion of the programme, students shall have the knowledge and skills required to work in different contexts in which English is used for communication or as an integral part of activities. Degree goals Knowledge and understanding For a BA in English: Language, Literature and Society the student shall demonstrate knowledge of the structure and properties of English knowledge and understanding of the disciplinary foundation of English literary studies and linguistics and knowledge of applicable methodologies specialised knowledge of a field of English literature or linguistics and an awareness of current research issues Competence and skills For a BA in English: Language, Literature and Society the student shall demonstrate the ability to analyse texts and language data on the basis of linguistic or literary theories the ability to search for, collect, assess and critically interpret relevant information on an issue the ability to critically discuss phenomena, issues and situations from the perspectives of culture and language the ability to identify, formulate and solve problems autonomously and to complete tasks within predetermined time frames the ability to present and discuss information, problems and solutions in speech and writing and in dialogue with different audiences the skills required to work autonomously in fields where English in connection with language, literature and society is relevant Judgement and approach For a BA in English: Language, Literature and Society the student shall demonstrate the ability to make assessments in the main field of English (language, literature and society) informed by relevant disciplinary, social and ethical issues insight into the role of knowledge in society and the responsibility of the individual for how it is used the ability to identify the need for further knowledge and ongoing learning Structure and content This section provides an overview of the programme structure and the programme content each semester, followed by a summary of the content and development of knowledge and skills within the programme. Overview and summary English I in semester 1 provides students with an introduction to the main field of the programme and with basic knowledge and skills in tertiary English. In semester 2 this is followed by courses in rhetoric, history and creative and critical reading and writing, aiming to provide a broader context for English and English communication, also including historical, cultural and societal dimensions. A broader perspective is offered, encompassing not only the UK and USA but also other countries in which English has the function of an official language. In addition to acquiring theoretical knowledge, students will be enabled to use English in speech and writing. Semester 3 returns to the main field in the shape of English II, which is a direct development of English I but also linked to knowledge and skills acquired in semester 2. In addition to working on language proficiency, students develop their knowledge and understanding of linguistic and literary theories. Semester 4 focuses on intercultural communication and international relations and is based on linguistic aspects of English II and historical aspects of semester 2. The courses in semester 4 prepare students for the elective courses in semester 5, in which they have the opportunity to study abroad. If the student decides to remain at Kristianstad University, there are options within the main field or adjacent fields. The student can also select courses in other disciplines, provided that the language of instruction is English. The idea behind this option is not only that it provides insights into a new field but that it illustrates how English is used in different fields to communicate different types of subject matter. It is also possible for students to select courses with a bearing on a future career. Finally, a part of the semester can be used for a work placement. The final semester consists of the final course in the main field, English III, in which students are to produce a research paper worth 15 credits. The language of instruction on all courses is English, irrespective of study location. The programme includes different types of assessment. Written exams are used to assess grammar and phonetics, whereas oral proficiency and literature is assessed in the context of seminars. Several modules include written assignments or take-home exams. Entry requirements and selection General requirements for university studies in Sweden. Specific requirements: intermediate level English (equivalent of Swedish course English B) Degree A student who has passed all the courses specified in the present programme syllabus will be awarded a degree of Bachelor of Arts in English: Language, Literature and Society. [-]

Bachelor Programme in Software Development

Kristianstad University Sweden
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Sweden Kristianstad

A broad range of knowledge is required to develop advanced computer software systems. Besides knowledge about programming you need to understand how computer programs are designed, how to handle and develop complex software systems and how to interpret user requirements. [+]

A broad range of knowledge is required to develop advanced computer software systems. Besides knowledge about programming you need to understand how computer programs are designed, how to handle and develop complex software systems and how to interpret user requirements. This programme is primarily addressed to international students. The Bachelor in Software Development will give you a chance to explore the structure and design of software systems. You will study computer programming, software engineering and more. To prepare for future employments some of the courses focus on developing your ability to work in software development teams. This broad education in the field of computer science will give you the tools needed to work with a wide range of tasks connected to the field of information technology. Even if the education is first and foremost tailored for those who are interested in software development you may as well work with project management, sales or service after completing this education. Form of study The studies are full time and consist of lectures, exercises, laboratory experiments and projects. The training is organized according to the CDIO Initiative principles, which were developed from suggestions from both industry and academia – this is a sort of approval which shows that our education meets requirements set by the labour market. Overall educational goals The Programme is organized according to the principles of the CDIO initiative, which have been developed based on proposals and viewpoints from both the academic world and industry. The core of CDIO relates to a number of educational goals, both disciplinary and non-disciplinary. These are described by the CDIO Syllabus, which is divided into four parts, 1) knowledge within a particular discipline, 2) personal and professional skill, 3) work in a group and communication, as well as the sequence 4) Conceive, Design, Implement, Operate. The Syllabus is further structured into four levels, bearing in mind the detailed description of the educational goals. The goal is that our newly qualified software developers should be able to apply fundamental Computer Science knowledge in the CDIO context, to real products, processes, systems and services in modern regulated working environments. As a system developer, one should be able to participate in in project work, and contribute to product development with other developers. In our education this goal is obtained by means of mutually supportive subject-courses, with learning aims which clearly demonstrate the integration of personal and professional knowledge and abilities, as well as knowledge and abilities in product, process and system development. The students develop their personal and social abilities by working actively in groups and projects. Degree goals Knowledge and understanding In order to qualify for the Degree of Bachelor in Computer Software Development, the student should - Show knowledge and understanding within computer science, including knowledge of the disciplinary foundation of computer science, understanding of applicable methods within computer science, and have a specialization in Computer Software Development, as well as an awareness of current research issues. Competence and skills In order to qualify for the Degree of Bachelor in Computer Software Development, the student should have - shown the ability to search for, gather, evaluate and critically interpret relevant information for a formulated problem, and also discuss phenomena, issues and situations critically - demonstrated the ability to identify, formulate and solve problems autonomously, and to complete tasks within predetermined time-frames - demonstrated the ability to present and discuss information, problems and solutions, in speech and writing, in dialogue with different audiences, and - demonstrated the skills required to work autonomously within Computer Software Development. Judgement and approach In order to qualify for the Degree of Bachelor in Computer Software Development, the student shall have - demonstrated the ability to make assessments in the main field of study informed by relevant disciplinary, social and ethical issues - demonstrated insight into the role played by knowledge in society, and our collective responsibility for how it is used - demonstrated the ability to identify the need for further knowledge and ongoing learning. Structure and content The Bachelor Programme in Software Development is a training directed towards giving the student a broad competence within Computer Science and Software Development. In order to prepare the student for working life, part of the training is organized as project work in a team, because this manner of working is the predominant one employed in the development process in the business world. The completion of the programme is a thesis project of 15 hp. Three areas can be separately identified within the programme: Programming -basic knowledge about the functioning of computers, and how modern and relevant applications are created, is fostered through a number of different programming courses and projects. The programme covers both the theoretical foundation as well as the expert skills needed for the construction of software-based systems. System Development - methods for developing, starting up and maintaining complex software projects, based on established project models. Knowledge from other disciplines Knowledge from other disciplines makes up an important part of our programme and the CDIO initiative. In the programme students communicate with each other orally and in writing, in Swedish and in English, in a professional way, where the work is often organized in teams of varying size. The programme terminates with a degree project of 15 hp. Courses can be exchanged to a certain extent for courses in suitable areas in other universities and colleges in Sweden, and abroad. Entry requirements and selection General requirements for university studies in Sweden. Specific requirements: intermediate level mathematics (equivalent of Swedish course Mathematics 2A or 2B or 2C) Degree After completing the study programme, the result is Degree of Bachelor of Science (180 credits) with a major in Computer Science A student who attains the lowest passing grade for all the courses in accordance with the currently applying plan, fulfills the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science with a major in Computer Science. At the request of a student who satisfies these requirements, the University will supply a diploma attesting to this result. The application for this should me made in accordance with the specifications of the University. [-]

BSc in Mathematics

Lund University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Sweden Lund

This is a programme designed for students with a strong interest in mathematics, mathematical statistics and scientific computing. The programme is structured in a highly flexible manner, to give students solid theoretical knowledge and allow for flexibility in possibilities for each student to pursue his/her own educational profile according to interests and career aspirations. [+]

Programme overview

This is an academic programme designed for students with a strong interest in mathematics, mathematical statistics and scientific computing. Flexibility and individual adaptation are keywords. The programme is structured in a highly flexible manner, especially designed to give students solid theoretical knowledge in mathematics at the same time as providing possibilities for each student to pursue his/her own educational profile according to interests and career aspirations.

A vast variety of courses in mathematics, statistics and numerical analysis are available within the programme together with courses from all other science areas, economy and finance, engineering as well as humanities and social sciences. For students with a strong interest in pure mathematics, the programme offers a path of courses at a higher theoretical level that can be continued at Master’s and even further at PhD level.... [-]


BSc in Physics

Lund University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Sweden Lund

Lund University is consistently ranked as the top university in Northern Europe in physical sciences. Physicists in Lund are working on the cutting edge of everything from particle physics at CERN to nanoscience and photonics. [+]

Programme overview

Our world is facing many challenges - in basic science when exploring fundamental forces and particles or the origin of the universe, planets and life, - and in applied science to find sustainable energy sources, new technology on the nano-scale and tailor-made materials for industry, chemistry and medicine. Physics is the basis for this endeavour and physicists play an important role in these and many other fields.

Lund is consistently ranked as the top university in Northern Europe in physical sciences and this excellence is now expanding through the building of two international research centres - MAX IV and ESS. Around the university and the centres you will find a large number of innovation companies, making Lund a motor in the economy of southern Scandinavia. Physicists in Lund are working on the cutting edge of everything from particle physics at CERN to nanoscience and photonics.... [-]


Bachelor in Ecotechnology

Mid Sweden University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Sweden Östersund

This three-year programme will give you a broad systems perspective on the relationship between environment, society and the natural resources of our planet. It integrates environmental [+]

Bachelor in Ecotechnology

 

This three-year programme will give you a broad systems perspective on the relationship between environment, society and the natural resources of our planet. It integrates environmental issues with entrepreneurship and other skills to provide relevant knowledge for working in one of the world’s fastest growing sectors – Ecotechnology and green business.

The world market for environmental technology is, according to OECD, one of the world’s most rapidly growing branches of trade. The Bachelor’s Programme in Ecotechnology combines and integrates knowledge from natural, social and engineering sciences. The objective is to give a broad understanding of how to avoid and prevent environmental problems. You will get a deep insight into global, regional and local problems related to the environment and the use of natural resources by human society. You will also develop skills and entrepreneurship which makes you well prepared to take care of today’s and tomorrow’s environmental challenges. Previous students emphasise the benefits of the special teaching methods of the programme. They explain how it has provided opportunities for individual development and given room for creativity. The teaching is problem oriented and often contains thematic studies. Theory and practice are mixed in the courses. The programme starts with field studies in a beautiful mountainous area not far from campus. During the first year you will work with thematic studies in Environmental Science and Technology. To make an individual specialisation of the programme the second year contains one semester of optional courses. You finish your Bachelor’s studies in Environmental Science by writing an individual thesis, which is often carried out in cooperation with a company, an organisation or an official authority such as the municipality or the county administration.... [-]


Bachelor in International Business Management

Mälardalen University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Sweden Eskilstuna

The impact of globalization is evident in the market place. Managers of tomorrow must be equipped to navigate the opportunities and threats created by an increasingly complex web of global competition [+]

Bachelor in International Business Management

The impact of globalization is evident in the market place. Managers of tomorrow must be equipped to navigate the opportunities and threats created by an increasingly complex web of global competition and dependencies.

The Programme

The International Business Management programme (IBM) aims to prepare you for the challenges of international business in the 21st century. It is a three year Bachelor’s programme that provides the basis for professional specialization in the area of economy and business administration. An integral part of the programme is close contacts with society, teachers and other students. You thus create your network for future business life already during your study years. You have great possibilities to participate in an exchange programme at a partner university in another country for one or two semesters. This will give you the opportunity to develop your intercultural and language skills. You can focus your studies on Accounting, Marketing, Management or Economics.... [-]


Bachelor in Analytical Finance

Mälardalen University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Sweden Eskilstuna

The Bachelor’s programme in Analytical Finance prepares you for a challenging career in the international world of finance. You will see the economy from different perspectives, from accounting in firms to [+]

Bachelor in Analytical Finance

The Bachelor’s programme in Analytical Finance prepares you for a challenging career in the international world of finance. You will see the economy from different perspectives, from accounting in firms to the management of financial portfolios and risk analysis in financial markets.

The Programme

This Bachelor’s programme has been carefully designed and is unique in the very popular educational area of financial engineering. Focusing on financial mathematics and quantitative computer-based methods of financial analysis, it provides a good background in mathematics, economics and business administration. Analytical Finance is an internationally-oriented programme taught entirely in English. Students may take part in the international student exchange programme at Mälardalen University and include in their studies a longer stay at one of our partner universities around the world. Highly qualified professors, lecturers and other teachers, from both academia and industry, participate in the programme, which is supported by active research and diverse cooperation programmes with the financial industry. The focus of the programme is on economic and financial real-life problems. Advanced financial software is used in the teaching. The programme has a built-in flexibility and allows students to choose from a selection of subjects. The first and second year offer basic courses in mathematics, business administration and economics. In the following year, you are free to choose a specialization in applied mathematics, economics or business administration.... [-]


Bachelor in International Sales and Marketing

Linnaeus University, School Of Business & Economics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Sweden Ljungby

ISM prepares you for a career as key account or project manager with complex technical selling of engineering products and services. [+]

ISM is focused on advanced sales; how to convince your client that you can deliver value. As industry needs independent, proactive sales persons, you will be trained to take initiative and your creativity will be stimulated.

 

In the program you study business administration, psychology, economics and law. You will work with the same type of support systems that you would find in your future workplace: enterprise, meeting management and project management systems.

 

Students in the ISM-program will have access to partnering companies through ample field studies, as well as lectures on applied elements, given by representatives of companies. You will have an experienced sales person as a personal mentor during your studies.... [-]


Bachelor in Marketing

Linnaeus University, School Of Business & Economics
Campus Full time 3 years September 2016 Sweden Växjö

Do you want to learn how to reach and influence tomorrow’s customers? The Marketing Programme is a three-year bachelor in Business administration with a specialization in Marketing. [+]

The Marketing Programme is a three-year bachelor in Business administration with a specialization in Marketing (about 80% of the courses you study are focused on marketing!).

 

There is also a possibility to continue your marketing studies after the bachelor’s degree towards a master’s degree. The Marketing Programme and following master programmes are all taught entirely in English.

Are you truly committed to marketing? Many think that marketing equals advertising, but marketing is much more. It is about understanding the needs of the customers and how to create, communicate and deliver value to them, in the form of a product, a service, or an experience. As a marketer your task is to identify and meet the needs of the customers and target solutions to those needs. Your task will also be to develop new products, services and experiences as the company and its business grows.Our Marketing Programme is organized in a unique way. Each semester deals with marketing from a different thematic perspectives. There is a very explicit progression concerning content and methodology which makes the programme a top of the line education where you will work closely with local and global industry on different assignments. The theoretical knowledge is thus applied to written and real life cases. Each semester has an integrated theme which follows a logical progression for the whole education. The first semester is the basis of marketing; the second semester about the customer, the third about the offering. In the fourth semester you have the option to study abroad at one of our partner universities. In the fifth and sixth semester you will chose between a focus on marketing products, services and experiences to either consumers or businesses.... [-]


Dance Performance

University of Dance and Circus, DOCH
Campus 3 years September 2016 Sweden Stockholm

The dance profession is developing and changing. At DOCH we see this as a challenge and a stimulus to promote the flexibility needed for a contemporary dance program. [+]

Dance Performance

The dance profession is developing and changing. At DOCH we see this as a challenge and a stimulus to promote the flexibility needed for a contemporary dance program. It is fostered in an environment where artistic methods are questioned and the role of the dancer is critically assessed and redefined. We offer a dance program that empowers the student to realize her or his vision for a career in dance.

A student in the Bachelor Programme in Dance Performance is given three years of instruction in contemporary dance, artistic creation and performance. The student works to develop her or his physical and intellectual potential in relation to different practices. In the meeting with professional dancers, knowledge and methods are taught that make it possible to work in different artistic directions. After finishing your studies, the student is well prepared to work as an independent artist in a variety of scenic arts. Different practices, aesthetics and expressions are tested in collaboration with artists. This adds insights into various attitudes toward movement, work methods, creation, staging and production. Teachers are recruited among professional artists, nationally and internationally, which helps networking both among professionals and in the work place.... [-]


Circus

University of Dance and Circus, DOCH
Campus September 2016 Sweden Stockholm

The Bachelor programme in Circus at DOCH uses the skills and the artistic traditions as a foundation on which to build high level technical and artistic competences in new practices. [+]

Circus

The Bachelor programme in Circus at DOCH uses the skills and the artistic traditions as a foundation on which to build high level technical and artistic competences in new practices. It offers knowledge about, and an understanding of, the many forms of expression in circus. It also initiates innovative processes in methods of working and of expressing oneself in close relationship to choreography and the performing arts. Upon graduating, the student can use his/her artistry to contribute to the development of the circus movement vocabulary and in turn may even perhaps redefine the art form itself.

In the BA programme, this is done on two levels simultaneously, first and foremost through the core group of discipline teachers who interact with the students on a daily basis throughout the duration of the programme, bringing a wealth of experience both technically and artistically through their unique pedagogical approaches. In conjunction with this, we establish strong and enduring collaborations with numerous individuals and networks of individuals both within the national and international circus arena. These teachers, prominent artists and researchers, are highly present in the student’s daily practice. Through this rich environment, the students are continuously given tools that facilitate the ability to relate to one’s own activities within an artistic and social context.... [-]


Undergraduate Program: International Business Program

Umeå University, Umeå School of Business and Economics
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 Sweden Umeå

International Business Program is designed for students interested in a career in an international environment. The program meets the need for business men and women who are able to work in an international business life and contains ... [+]

Undergraduate Program: International Business Program

International Business Program is designed for students interested in a career in an international environment. The program meets the need for business men and women who are able to work in an international business life and contains general as well as specialized courses, all given in English. You will meet students from different parts of the world during the program which gives you an excellent basis for understanding other cultures. If you take the chance to go abroad, on a university exchange and/or an international internship, you will have experience from studying and working in an international environment. This provides you with valuable experience when applying for future work.... [-]