Do you want to contribute to the sustainability of an ageing society and the well-being of an ageing population? Then this Master’s programme from Linköping University is for you!

Ageing and Social Change, Master's Programme, 120 credits
SEK 160000EUR / year
No tuition feesEUR / year

A longer living population presents global challenges and opportunities that affect every aspect of our lives such as welfare, the environment, health, finance, housing, and employment. Gaining a profound understanding of the potentials and challenges of ageing, is crucial for the well-being of mankind and the sustainability of society. Skilled experts to tackle the global social, economic, health, political and cultural issues of ageing will be needed to support public agencies, civil society and private corporations in addressing the challenges of an ageing population.

 

The intended audience are students with background in social and behavioural sciences, social policy, economics, gerontology, law, political sciences, history, demography, health sciences and similar fields

SEK 160000 - NB: Applies only to students from outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland.
–          Learn more about Ageing and why it is one of the key issues in today’s changing societies. A longer living population presents global challenges and opportunities that affect every aspect of our lives. Skilled experts will be needed to support public agencies, civil society and private corporations.
–          Learn about the courses and content of the programme.
–          Learn about programme requirements and how to apply.
–          Learn about potential career opportunities after graduation.
–          Learn about Linköping University and Campus Norrköping
  • Indre GenelyteProgramme Director
• Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen • At least 5 ECTS credits passed in Quantitative Methods or Statistics • At least 5 ECTS credits passed in Social Sciences • English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English 6/B) (Exemption from Swedish)
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15 January 2022
August 2022