¿Sabes cómo se celebra la navidad en Suecia? ¿Conoces sus costumbres navideñas?

Te voy a contar algunas de las tradiciones de la navidad en Suecia. Pero lo más importante, te voy a revelar el secreto del auténtico espíritu navideño en Suecia: difundir la felicidad entre las personas

  • Fiesta de Santa Lucía

Para empezar, hay que saber que la navidad en Suecia empieza el 13 de diciembre con la fiesta de Santa Lucía. Se trata de una ceremonia importante en la cultura sueca, llena de luz y magia. Celebran numerosas procesiones, en las cuales las chicas de las distintas localidades se visten con vestidos blancos y lucen en sus cabezas, bonitas coronas con velas encendidas.

Santa Lucía

Fiesta de Santa Lucía

  • Paisajes que son postales

En segundo lugar están los paisajes. El atardecer en Suecia empieza muy temprano, a las 15:30h de la tarde ya oscurece, y esto hace que la navidad en Suecia tenga rincones muy especiales. Las luces y la decoración navideña de las casas y los diferentes edificios contrastan con el blanco de la nieve.

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Sin duda, amanecer el 24 de diciembre en Suecia, es abrir la ventana de tu habitación y sentir que estás dentro de un cuento de hadas. Todo se cubre de nieve y los paisajes parecen postales.

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  • Saunas y mercados navideños

En tercer lugar y con el objetivo de combatir el frío, están las saunas. Es habitual darse un baño en una sauna a 80 grados mientras tu alrededor es todo nieve. Por consiguiente, los beneficios para el cuerpo son notables y el contraste extraordinario. 

navidad en Suecia

En cuarto lugar, hay la bonita tradición de dar una vuelta por los típicos mercados navideños. 

Uno de los más antiguos es el que se celebra en el casco antiguo de Estocolmo, el mercado de navidad de Gamla Stan. El casco antiguo, Patrimonio de la Humanidad, se viste de gala con luces de colores, renos iluminados y las paradas vendiendo adornos navideños. Además, puedes tomar Glögg para quitarte el frío, una especie de vino blanco caliente con almendras y pasas. También te dejarán probar las galletas de jengibre, las pepparkakor y el jamón de navidad, llamado Julskinka.

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  • El Pato Donald, símbolo de la navidad en Suecia

La quinta tradición, es una de las más arraigadas en Suecia. Después de la comida de navidad, las familias sintonizan la televisión pública para ver el programa de Kalle Anka, a las 15h de la tarde. Se trata de una película navideña del pato Donald que llevan emitiendo hace más de 40 años. Una vez finalizado, los niños ya pueden abrir los regalos. 

  • La magia de la ilusión

Siguiendo con las tradiciones, voy a contarte mi preferida. Se dice que el mejor regalo de la navidad es ver sonreír a los niños. Admito que, en Suecia, encontrarás este propósito detrás de cada acción navideña. Si viajas hasta Malmö y paseas por sus calles te encontrarás con las casitas de los ratoncitos suecos.

navidad en Suecia

Descubrirás que tienen sus propias casitas, tiendas y bares, sin duda, una auténtica dulzura. Se trata de compartir con los niños la magia de la imaginación y la fantasía. Los creadores de esta maravillosa iniciativa se hacen llamar Anonymouse. Prefieren mantenerse en el anonimato y su único objetivo es regalar felicidad.

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  • La navidad en Suecia se termina jugando y con alegría

Por último, la navidad en Suecia finaliza oficialmente el 13 de enero celebrando el día de San Knut. La celebración consiste en quitar los adornos navideños jugando y convirtiendo ese momento en algo especial. Lo llaman Julgransplundring y las familias dan vueltas al árbol de navidad cogidos de la mano y cantando una canción popular.

navidad en Suecia

Después, los peques de la casa esperan ansiosos despojar el árbol para encontrar los dulces escondidos y los famosos Polkagris (típica barra de caramelo roja y blanca). En otras palabras, convierten la aburrida tarea de guardar toda la decoración navideña en una divertida fiesta. De este modo, haces partícipes a los niños y ellos colaboran encantados endulzando el momento y despidiéndose de la Navidad.  

navidad en Suecia

✔️ Propuestas para estudiar en Suecia ‍ ‍

Para finalizar este artículo, me gustaría dejar algunas propuestas interesantes sobre estudios superiores realizados en Suecia. Si además de descubrir la navidad en Suecia te interesa especializarte y vivir una experiencia internacional presta atención a estos estudios:

  1. Sustainable Energy Systems at Mälardalen University in Sweden
  2. Computer Science at Linnaeus University in Sweden!
  3. Study the Master’s in Product & Process Development at Mälardalen University
  4. Study Nanotechnology & quantum technlogy in Europe’s environmental forerunner country, Sweden

Si te interesa saber más sobre Linköping University y su programas ve nuestro Portal aqui: https://www.webinars4you.com/university/linkoping-university/

Estudiar en Suecia es invertir en tu futuro, no lo dudes. ¡Fórmate en las mejores instituciones!

Desde Webinars4you queremos desearte una ¡Feliz Navidad! Happy Christmas! God Jul!

Your dream study abroad can start here!

Nanotechnology refers to a broad range of areas of science and technology: it is the science of the very very very small. It means working on a scale of nano-metres. Working in nanotechnology means working with physics, chemistry, biology and engineering.

Nanotechnology include the application of skills in computer technology, healthcare, sustainability, etc.

So why should a Masters programme in Nanotechnology and Material Science an excellent choice of study?

  • Nanotechnology is a rapidly developing field, so by studying in a Master in Nanotechnology you will be develop the skills needed to excel and be able to work in one of the fastest growing occupations.
  • Nanotechnology and Materials Science is an interesting and multi-disciplinary area to study, where you will be working with physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry. Making it a varied and stimulating experience.
  • There are lots of jobs in the area of nanotechnology and materials science. Since there is a shortage of qualified professionals in technological-based fields, by studying a specific program in the field you will be able to apply to jobs all over the world. Studying materials science and nanotechnology can lead to an international career, as it is a key aspect of most companies the world over.

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Any one who has a physics, chemistry, mathematics background and that is eager to study is the field of Nanotechnology and Material Science, should consider studying a Materials Science and Nanotechnology in Linköping University.

For more information about this programme, register to a Free Online informative session taking place on January 12th 2021.

Design is an art and a science. And we know it: the future will be for designers! Knowing how things work, and look, and operate, depends entirely on a good design.

Take for example the ´Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti´ (NABA) in Milan, Italy which offers various bachelors and masters that are related to the field of design, covering all aspects in this field of study.

From art school to IT and computing, design can take many shapes, and can offer you many different career opportunities. For instance, design covers product engineer, graphic designer, fashion creator, architect, interior designer, marketer, programmer, quality control engineer…

Once you start studying design, you never stop having that special look. I´m talking about that designer´s eye that dissects every building or piece of electronic. And then comes the: “it could be done better”. Once you start using your designer eyes, you will always be learning about how stuff works and looks. Thus, you will develop the ability to create more things.

Take, for instance, fashion. Firstly, Italy has been leading the world in fashion design thanks to many factors. To name a few: innovative views, genuine use of new materials and technique, and heavy research in past and future trends. All of this is also possible thanks to a heavy base of fashion design education.

If you want to experience the extreme opposite, check how design is relevant to marketing and economics. For example, communication design belongs to a branch of marketing called corporate communication. Here, experts study all marketing-related communications and put them in consonance with each other. Having this skill is extremely necessary for the modern, technology-based labor market, and is normally targeted as higher education.

In case you don´t meet the Bachelor requirements yet, NABA offers a Foundation Year, which is a propaedeutic interdisciplinary programme aimed at candidates with a secondary school diploma or other diplomas regarded as appropriate.

Check out the On-demand webinar here: https://www.webinars4you.com/open-day/naba-foundation-year?partnerref=Blog

In case you want to study Bachelor in Graphic Design and Art Direction then check out the following On-demand webinar:

On-demand Webinar of NABA in Italy

This will lead you into the varied world of communication that has been increasingly expanding with the spreading of new medias. With its three main majors – Brand Design, Creative Direction and Visual Design –the BA is an interdisciplinary program that ranges between the various fields of graphic design, from advertising to digital publishing, from digital media to 3D motion graphics. Through the experimental activity of the creative workshops, students work on real projects in collaboration with international renowned professionals.

Whatever you would like to study, we´ve got you covered!

Check our recommended online open days to see more opportunities!

Mälardalen University (MDH) in Sweden has a renowned reputation for its technology and engineering department and has a range of high quality Masters. The Master in Software Engineering and the Master in Intelligent Embedded Systems are two internationally acclaimed Masters with great job prospects and award winning students and teachers.

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The Master´s in Intelligent Embedded Systems programme has been acclaimed nationally and internationally and has a history of winning awards. In 2009, it received a national grant for excellence by the Knowledge Foundation. The ex-students won the best Embedded Systems Master’s thesis in Sweden, they also won second prize in the national championship of Robotics in 2011, and one student was nominated for the Swedish Embedded Award 2011, in fact one of only six students in Sweden. Overseas the Master´s programme won the “Bayer Teaching Excellence Award”, and a group of students also worked on the VASA project that won the Best Engineering prize at the RoboSub competition in the USA in 2012. The graduates of this Master´s program are in high demand as 99 per cent of all computers today are embedded and are found in most electronic products.

The Master´s programme in Software Engineering provides you with advanced knowledge concerning the development of high quality software systems, which is essential for software architects, project leaders, and technical specialists especially within a global development context. The extensive research elements in the programme provide you with a strong background for an academic research career as well. After your studies you will be able to work nationally or internationally as a software architect, developer or project manager in industry or as an academic researcher.

If you are interested in entering the world of computer science and would like to lear more about the two Master´s programmes then sign up to our webinar available On-demand now!

During the webinar you will hear from the Staff and 2 students who give insights into their studies at MDH and provide you with useful information in order to decide if MDH is for you.

Sign up for free here:

Studying at Mälardalen University

Sweden is know for it´s open culture, high-tech and planning culture. This makes Sweden the perfect spot to study a program in any of these fields.

Besides, did you know that Linköping is the aviation capital of Sweden andLink. Uni one of the few aviation cities in the world? This makes Linköping a great city to study both engineering and sustainable business, as Linköping University offers a variety of programs in these fields, amongst others. We are hightlighting some of them below!

 

With no tuition fees for EU/EEA and Switzerland citizens, Linköping University programs attract people from all over Sweden and from many places throughout the world . A degree from Linköping University will provide you with a competitive edge as the programme involves a project in the later part when all the disciplines learned within the master’s degree come together and challenge students to design, build and fly an aircraft, or a subscale version of it.

 

Master in Strategic Urban and Regional development:

Plan for the cities and regions of the future! 

 

IT infrastructures in smart energy and transport systems, problems with segregation, and the urban-rural relationship, are just a few challenges that urban and regional planning must respond to and manage in a long- term sustainable perspective. The programme offers training in urban and regional planning, with a focus on strategic planning.

LiU’s new Master’s programme is the first of its type in Sweden. You will learn how to design strategies and policies, how to manage projects and processes and plan on a more comprehensive level. You will also learn how to use digital tools such as those used in visualization and scenario analysis. The programme has a special focus on regional development challenges in European countries.

Find out more by signing up for the Webinar (Live on Dec. 1st or On-demand anytime afterwards!): https://www.webinars4you.com/open-day/plan-for-the-cities-and-regions-of-the-future-study-strategic-urban-and-regional-planning?partnerref=Blog 

 

The Master in Sustainable Management:

 

The programme challenges you to undertake critical analysis of present and future environmental concerns, apply scientific knowledge across academic disciplines, and develop interdisciplinary competence. Your training will enable you to develop skills to interpret, design, communicate, and implement solutions to sustainability and environmental challenges, which will be indispensable for your future career as a sustainable development expert. 

Check out the webinar here! 

 

Core courses have been designed to give you a wide perspective on environmental issues, and at the same time, provide opportunities to deepen your theoretical knowledge and practical skills on specific scientific fields. Field trips, laboratory and GIS exercises, spatial analysis in the Norrköping Decision Arena, role-play activities, study visits to authorities and businesses in the environmentally-progressive Östergötland province are just some of the ways in which you will learn about sustainable solutions in practice.

 

Online Masters in Gender Studies focuses on intersectional gender and how it interplays with social categorizations. 

The programme in Gender Studies by Linkoping University gives students the opportunity to explore how processes of social and cultural change can be initiated or sustained by integrating a critical understanding of intersectional gender, by counteracting multiple inequalities and processes of discrimination and by other kinds of transformative work.

 

Make a difference and be part of the change!!!

 

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Study Abroad Webinar: Study a Master’s Online in Gender Studies, Linköping University, Sweden

When: November 17th 2020 or On-demand afterwards! 

 

Master in Protein Science:

 

By studying protein science at Linköping university (LiU) in Sweden, you will be prepared for such challenges as unveiling the molecular causes of disease, designing tools for early and reliable diagnoses and finding effective therapies.

This international master’s programme will let you develop lab skills working in our extensive lab facilities. You will study protein mechanisms based on complex structural aspects and mediated through protein folding, binding dynamics, selectivity, and catalytic function, as well as pharmacology and drug development. Research and teaching are highly integrated at LiU and you will be part of an internationally successful research environment, where all teachers are experienced experts in their fields.

 

Sign up for the Webinar here! https://www.webinars4you.com/open-day/studying-masters-degree-in-protein-science-at-linkoping-university-in-sweden?partnerref=blog

 

Join our Webinars to learn more about:

 

1. The program overview and Why Linköping University

2. the challenges related to climate change, globalisation, urbanisation, digitalisation and social inequality

3. The programme requirements and how to apply

5. Potential career opportunities after graduation

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How to manage your time when Studying Abroad

Vol.1: Food

Espcially in these challenging times, we feel we are sometimes trapped in the cycle of study (work), eat, sleep, repeat. Many students find it very difficult to find time to manage their time and all the tasks. Especially for students budget is another stressful restraint and they might find themselves living on a combination of burgers and rice that is not at all nutritious, but also extremely boring.

STUDY, EAT, SLEEP, REPEAT

These are some of our friend´s ideas and suggestions about how to eat healthily and quickly while staying on a budget. They have all gone through the same as you and did find a couple of tricks and tips that do work well! You can also check some of the Online Open Days that our friends attended before choosing their degree.

Guillermo  – I am such a pasta-eater…

and I was so broke during uni that I practically became Italian in my cooking. I made sure to stay healthy by buying a lot of fruits and veggies (which are also very cheap) and eating those for supper and breakfast. Then I would have different sauces ready so that I did not get bored about pasta (normally, macaroni). Some weekends, when I felt motivated, I´d cook a massive pot of sauce so that I had enough for several days, but normally I´d just buy sauce pots in the shop.

Gabriela – When studying abroad, you have to accept that some days you have to cook, but you can skip others.

So whenever I cooked, I was making salad, soup or fish and whenever I didn´t have time I went for fast food. The proportion of healthy and fast-food would vary, obviously, but it kept me happy and healthy while on a budget.

Elisa – The secret for me was always eating with friends and flat-mates.

Each one of us only got to cook once or twice a week, but we always had fun lunchtimes. And you must always remember that microwave and oven are your best friends. Whenever you are hungry, and nobody is cooking, you can use your secret weapon: the pre-made oven-heated pizza.

Miguel – I learnt how to make many easy-dishes while studying in Sweden at Linköping University.

For example, burritos and toasts have close to zero preparation time, so you can eat while cooking and save some time and money. Also, having a protein shake in the morning does give you plenty of energy and calories for the day, and it is easy and not very expensive.

Hector – I didn´t have any time during weekdays and I knew I had to spend money on food, so I learnt a saving trick:

every Sunday I made vegetable pure… a ton of pure, that would last me for the whole week. Then, I didn´t have to spend as much money every day since the first dish I already had. If you have a healthy and full diet in the morning and midday, you can afford to eat fruit for dinner, also.

Linda – I am a vegan, and that means it is very cheap for me to eat!

As a student, I found out that veggies are very, very cheap, especially if you buy big quantities. I used to boil veggies and eat them with rice, or make pure, toasts and many more! The secret to the flavor is adding tomato sauce to any vegetable stew.

Sarah – You should start your day great.

Even when you think you don´t have time, you should pay special attention to breakfast. My trick was making a great warm bowl of porridge with fruits and some milk. It is the best way to start the day with a lot of energy.

We hope that some of these tricks will help you stay fit and on a budget while allowing you to have ample time for studying or enjoying your time. Do not forget the motto: Study, Eat, Sleep, Repeat. You will find a balance after some thought. After all… you only Study Abroad once!

Linköping University in Sweden is offering since 2016 a unique Master in Ethnic and Migration Studies at its internationally acclaimed REMESO (research on migration, ethnicity and society) Institute. REMESO which has been awarded as a FORTE centre of excellence pursues interdisciplinary research and education on transnational migration, ethnic diversity and citizenship in relation to changes in the labour market.  The centre was opened in 2008 and received funding from the FORTE, Swedish research council for health working life and welfare and has over 40 researchers and has published various articles and books since it opened its doors in 2008.

Master in Science for Sustainable Development

If you are interested in global issues like ethnic diversity, gender, immigration and citizenship then this master´s programme is for you. During the course you will have the opportunity to study abroad, do an internship and upon completion of your studies you will be prepared to find a job in local, national and international organizations, administrations, business, government, media and the cultural sector, as well as for further postgraduate studies. The master´s teaches interdisciplinary subjects and has the goal to affect change and address some of the most challenging issues facing the world today.

The webinar takes place on the 24th of November and during the live session you will learn all about the brand new programme and you will be given the opportunity to speak with the course directors and ask any questions you have regarding the Masters and practical issues regarding application, requirements, tuition, deadlines, housing, etc. If you are interested in joining the webinar please sign up here for free HERE!

Are you a student ready to go Study Abroad but still undecided about the destination?

Today I’m going to give you 5 reasons why you should choose Denmark as your study destination. Over the years, Denmark has become a well-appreciated destination for students who are looking for career opportunities and exciting study programs.

Before going deeper the explanation of the 5 reasons to study in Denmark, I’ll give you some general information in order for you to have a better idea of this land located in the North of Europe. Denmark, also called the Kingdom of Denmark, is a Nordic country and the southernmost of the Scandinavian ones. The capital, Copenhagen, is the largest city as well as the commercial centre. Government and national parliament are all based in the capital. Denmark, with a population of 5,814,461, is not a huge country, but it has been recognized as one of the most economically and socially developed countries in the world.

All right, it’s time to discover why you should choose Denmark where to study!

1. High-rated Universities

Denmark is hosting high ranked universities. If you are looking for a study program abroad, I strongly suggest taking a look at the universities based in Denmark.

Check out our Online Open Days and discover the top universities in Denmark

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Above all, the educational system is pretty efficient. Moreover, I’d underline many institutions have embraced new ways of learning. For this reason, students are generally more willing to participate actively during lessons, as well as being more focused and interested. More specifically, Danish schools and universities have generally introduced practical sessions, clearly combined with theoretical ones. Thanks to this, you will be able to obtain a degree that also has practical know-how. Because of this, your study will give you an in-depth understanding of the field you’ve decided to focus on.

2. International Environment

Most of the universities in Denmark are internationally oriented. That means you’ll feel extremely comfortable studying and living there. Clearly, you need to be familiar with English!! Besides, universities and institutions are very open to welcome students from abroad. Danish Universities usually plan orientations days and welcoming weeks to make you feel right at home Its good to try and join these events. This way, you will be able to meet new students, new friends, as well as figuring out the new environment. Check our Online Open Days from Technical University of Denmark! You will get useful information about study programs and related tuition fees, schedules and career opportunities. Of course, nothing comes for free! If you are ready to go studying abroad (particularly in Denmark), remember to put your own effort and energy into this experience.

Combining the international “mindset” of the Danish educational system with your strong spirit, you’ll be easily able to incredibly experience life abroad in Denmark.

3. Scholarships & fair living costs

I often hear friends and people around me wondering how to get scholarships. Many universities around the world are not that willing to offer scholarships. But for Denmark it’s different! Many universities offer scholarships, grants, and financial aid to help fund your education. Keep in mind you won’t find scholarships available for international students. However, there are other ways to get scholarships related to your goals and needs.

DTU University, for instance, offers a partial scholarship for students ready to start in the next September intake.

For more information, register now to the Online Open Days and find out DTU University based in Denmark. Taking into account living costs, Denmark has specific standards and regulations for European students. For instance, if you are a European student you can have free Denmark tuition fees by covering the following requirements:

  • Get a Permanent residence permit
  • Get a Temporary residence permit and upgrade to a permanent one afterwards.
  • You have a Parent from a non-EU/EEA country who is already working in Denmark

Finally, the living costs you will support are around 700 – 900 EUR monthly in smaller towns. In larger areas, like Copenhagen, living costs could reach up to 1200 EUR a month.

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4. Good & happy life standards

Denmark society is constantly promoting events and social interactions. Thanks to this, you will find a friendly and happy social environment where you’ll meet new cultures, people and habits.

And trust me! I’ve experienced several situations and lifestyles abroad… You have to embrace the challenge of studying abroad. Doing that will help you in a million different ways. You will discover yourself, find new friends (from around the world) and places. Moreover, you will improve your knowledge and create a million great memories that you can share with your friends and family at home.

Denmark might be the right place for you where to Study Abroad.

Universities are usually great at planning events taking place away from campus. You can spend countless hours exploring Danish architecture, food culture and nature. Go explore this beautiful country

5. Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Last but not least, Denmark host one of the most important Technical Universities in Europe, DTU, which is offering innovative and cutting edge study programs: you can find undergraduate, graduate (MSc) as well as postgraduate (PhD). Here are just a few Masters offered by DTU:

If you are interested in Technical University of Denmark, check out now our Free Online Open Days and find the study program that fits better your needs.

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Estudiar en el extranjero puede ser una de las experiencias más beneficiosas para un estudiante universitario.

¿Por qué deberías estudiar en la Universidad de Linnaeus?

Ofrecen una universidad moderna, con la mayor calidad posible en la educación. Una educación que te ayude a marcar la diferencia en el mundo en el que vivimos.

Desde The Study Abroad Portal te queremos recomendar este interesante Máster en informática que se imparte en la sexta Universidad más grande de Suecia.

La Universidad de Linnaeus ha establecido un departamento informático de gran reputación internacional y es famosa por sus investigaciones en las principales áreas de la informática.

¡Regístrate aquí para ver el vídeo informativo ahora!

¿Cuáles son los requisitos lingüísticos?

En la Universidad de Linnaeus estudiarás con estudiantes de muchos países. Por lo tanto, en la mayoría de los casos, el inglés será el idioma de instrucción

¿Cuál es su ubicación exacta? ¿Es una zona bonita?

La Universidad de Linnaeus está situada en dos ciudades del sureste de Suecia: Kalmar y Växjö. Ambas ciudades están situadas en la región de Småland, un condado donde el mar y la naturaleza siempre están cerca.

Kalmar – La ciudad estudiantil junto al mar

La ciudad ha sido votada como “la ciudad de verano de Suecia”, quizás gracias a los muchos días de sol, las playas que se encuentran alrededor de la ciudad y los eventos y conciertos.

Växjö (traducción:  “la ciudad de los lagos”) – Un campus vivo

Todo el campus de Växjö está a cinco minutos a pie: alojamiento para estudiantes, aulas, biblioteca, restaurantes y pubs, lagos e instalaciones de ocio.

¿Cuáles son las posibilidades internacionales?

La Universidad de Linnaeus es conocida por su fuerte perfil internacional. Cada año más de 1.600 estudiantes internacionales de todo el mundo vienen a estudiar aquí.

El entorno de aprendizaje se caracteriza por una vida estudiantil activa, con personal docente e investigador muy próximo a los estudiantes.

¡Estudia el Máster en Informática en la Universidad donde todo es posible!

¿Quieres participar en la creación de los servicios, productos y entretenimiento del futuro? Las habilidades dentro de la ciencia de la computación/IT son necesarias y se utilizan en todas las líneas de negocio. Una formación en informática/IT abrirá las puertas a un gran número de profesiones y tareas interesantes.

Si no puedes asistir a la jornada de puertas abiertas de la Universidad, ¡no te preocupes! Te ofrecemos la oportunidad de asistir gratuitamente a una jornada informativa ONLINE.

Viendo este webinar obtendrás información sobre:

  • Suecia y la Universidad de Linnaeus
  • Contenido del programa
  • Perspectivas de la carrera
  • Vida estudiantil
  • Proceso de solicitud

Register here to watch the webinar now!

Why don’t you study your Master-abroad at Linnaeus University in Sweden? Study abroad may be one of the most beneficial experiences for a college student.

The Study Abroad Portal recommends you this interesting Master’s in Computer Science at Linnaeus University, Sweden!

Study in Sweden – Open your mind to new opportunities!

Why you should study at Linnaeus University?

They offer a modern university, with the highest possible quality in education. Moreover, its education helps you to actually make a difference in our world.

Study the Master’s in Computer Science at a University where everything is possible!

Do you want to take part in creating services, products and entertainment of the future? Skills within computer science/IT are needed and used in all lines of business. Above all, an education within computer science/IT will open the door to a large number of interesting professions and tasks.

Register here to watch the webinar now!

Where is it? Is it a nice area?

Linnaeus University is located in two cities in the south-east part of Sweden – Kalmar and Växjö. Both cities are located in the region Småland, a county where the sea and nature always are nearby.

Kalmar – The student city by the sea

The city has been voted as ‘Sweden’s Summer town’, perhaps thanks to the many days of sun, the beaches spotted out around town as well as events and concerts.

Växjö (‘the city of lakes’) – A living campus

The cool thing of this campus is based on the fact that everything in Växjö is within five minutes’ walking distance. For instance, student accommodation, classrooms, the library, restaurants and pubs, lakes and leisure facilities.

Language requirements

At Linnaeus University you will have the chance to study together with students from many different countries. Therefore, in most cases, English will be the language of instruction (and required!).

International possibilities

Linnaeus University is known for its strong international profile. Every year, more than 1,600 international students from all over the world come here to study.

The learning environment is characterised by an active student life with teaching and research staff in close proximity to students.

Online Open Day – Webinar

Are you not able to come to University to know all the details for applying? No problem! We offer you the possibility to attend an Online Open Day directly from your lazy chair. Just sit back & relax and we will tell you all about Linnaeus University and its benefits! 

During this webinar you will learn:

  • Get information about Sweden and Linnaeus University
  • Content of programmes
  • Career prospects
  • Student life
  • Application process

Register here to watch the webinar now!