"False"
Skip to content
printicon
Main menu hidden.

Master's degree programmes

Umeå University offers a wide-range of one and two-year master's degree programmes - taught entirely in English - where you will study in an environment rich in opportunities for interdisciplinary research and instruction.

Your query resulted in 43 hits

Shows 1-25 of 43 hits
Master's Programme in Advanced Product Design, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Design
Master's Programme in Architecture and Urban Design, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Architecture Community Planning
Open for application
Master's Programme in Biomedical Engineering, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Medical Technology
Open for application
Master's Programme in Biomedicine, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Biomedicine
Open for application
Master's Programme in Cognitive Science, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Psychology Cognitive Science Computer Science Neuroscience
Master's Programme in Earth Science, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Natural Science Earth Science Human Geography and Geography
Master's Programme in Ecology, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Biology Conservation Biology Ecology
Open for application
Master's Programme in Fine Arts, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Fine Arts
Web-based
Master's programme in Gender, Justice and Society, 60 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 1 year (full time)
  • Study form Web-based (online)
Subject: Social Science and Behavioural Science Gender Studies
Master's Programme in Interaction Design, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Design
Open for application
Master's Programme in IT Management, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Social Science and Behavioural Science Information Technology Project Management
Open for application
Master's Programme in Landscape Archaeology / Environmental Archaeology, 120 credits
  • Level Programme, Master’s Degree
  • Study time 2 years (full time)
Subject: Archaeology
Degrees by subject area

Browse our high-quality international degree programmes by area of interest.

FAQ

Frequently asked questions and answers for international students.

Testimonials from recent graduates

“Professors, students, and researchers are all a friendly bunch, full of curiosity. They all treat each other with kindness and intellectual generosity.”

- Erik, graduate of the Master's programme in Cognitive Science.

“Umeå University has a great reputation and despite being a smaller city, the setting is very international.”

- Julia, graduate of the Master’s programme in Finance.

"The best part of the programme is the teachers. They're so full of life and excitement, it's amazing to learn from people who are this passionate about their subject."

- Orsolya, graduate of the Master's programme in Constitutional Law and Human Rights.

“I have received incredibly good support throughout the programme, the teachers are competent researchers and always been open to offering time and resources for extra support."

- Leila, graduate of the Master's programme in Artificial Intelligence.

"The different courses in my programme have helped me greatly to understand interrelationships of different actors and determinants that can contribute to an improved health situation in a society."

- Lena, graduate of the one-year Master's programme in Public Health.

"I was surprised that so many assignments were cool and playful to do, they felt more like games than studying. I found my closest friends in the programme and still have contact with them.”

- Roger, graduate of the Master's programme in Robotics and Control.