The application round for the academic year opens in October the year before and closes 15 January the year the Master's programme begins (always in the autumn semester). There is no intake for the spring semester.
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Note: Chalmers participates in what is called the "First admission round". At universityadmissions.se two rounds are published, Chalmers does not participate in the second round. Also the second admission round must not be confused with what Chalmers refers to as a "late application".
The instructions below are general and apply to all applicants. That is applicants with international as well as Swedish Bachelor's degrees, and applicants with a Swedish personal identity number and/or Swedish citizenship included.
- Find the Chalmers Master's programme of your interest:
- Make sure that you read through the general and specific entry requirements for the programme before applying. Use the list of required documents as a check list and be sure to prepare your documentation well in advance of the deadline.
List of required documents for all applicants to Chalmers
General entry requirements
Specific entry requirements
- Submit your online application at universityadmissions.se (in English) or antagning.se (in Swedish). You can apply for a maximum of four programmes (at Chalmers or from several universities).
Complete your application by submitting the supporting documentation to your account.
If you are one of the fee-paying applicants, you may separately apply for the scholarships administrated by Chalmers.
No pre-assessments or preliminary notifications
Chalmers Admissions will not pre-assess any supporting documentation or make any predictions of the chances of getting an admission.
Kindly do not send any documents directly to Chalmers Admissions. Weblinks or e-mail attachments cannot be considered via emails. Any document that is relevant for the application must be uploaded at your personal account at universityadmissions.se/antagning.se on time. A complete application will be assessed on both national and local levels; by the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) and Chalmers Admissions.
Chalmers has a high number of applications and you must make sure that you have checked and completed your application according to the list of required documents. Missing documents cannot be submitted after the stipulated deadline.
Once you have submitted a complete application and the application fee is paid on time (if applicable), the status of your application may show, and change between unqualified/qualified/in progress up until you receive the official Notification of Selection Results.
Application and tuition fees for Master's programmes
For general information about fees and scholarships in Sweden, please visituniversityadmissions.se
For specific information on the tuition fees at Chalmers, please visit the Chalmers pageTuition fees