Semester 1

ECTS Rate of studies
Principles of Marketing 7,5 100%
Principles of Accounting 7,5 100%
Principles of Finance 7,5 100%
Principles of Management 7,5 100%

Semester 2

   
Global Markets 7,5 100%
Global Consumer Society 7,5 100%
Business, Politics and Culture 7,5 100%
Global Business Ethics 7,5 100%
Students should formally apply for the second semester via www.universityadmissions.se / www.antagning.se no later than October 16. The application should be made for "Global Business Studies", 30 credits, and students need to log in through the Stockholm University student portal to access the application for the course. The application code for spring 2018 is SU-31431. Information is also sent by e-mail to all students in September.


The eligibility requirement for the second semester is 15 credits in Business Administration from semester one. The eligibility will be verified before the registration for the second semester.

   

Semester 3

   
Political Science I (30 ECTS) 30 100%

Semester 4

   
Political Science II (30 ECTS) 30 100%

Semester 5

   

Elective academic studies*, for exemple:

30 100%
Political Science III, including Bachelor's Thesis

Business Administration
Exchange semester
Economics
Language

*Note: placement cannot be guaranteed in courses in other subjects than Business Administration.

   

Semester 6

   

Choose one of the following

   

Specialization Finance

Application code autumn 2018: SU-31537

Special prerequisites: 15 credits in Statistics

Specialization Managerial Accounting

Application code autumn 2018: SU-31533

Specialization Marketing

Application code autumn 2018: SU-31535

Specialization Management

Application code autumn 2018: SU-31534

Specialization Accounting/Auditing

Application code autumn 2018: SU-31536

Special prerequisites: Swedish language proficiency

 

Degree requirements

 

Semester 1

During the first semester grounds are set within the Business Administration field of study. Courses focus on principles of the four major subject areas within the field and provides a solid base for further knowledge development.

Semester 2

The second semester is envisioned to be the bridge between the social sciences and humanities, involving political and cultural perspectives in the courses.

Students should formally apply for the second semester courses via www.universityadmissions.se  / www.antagning.se no later than October 16, 2017. The application should be made for "Global Business Studies", 30 credits, and students need to log in through the Stockholm University student portal to access the application for the course. The application code for spring 2018 is SU-31431. Information is also sent by e-mail to all students in September.

The eligibility requirement for the second semester is 15 credits in Business Administration from semester one. The eligibility will be verified before the registration for the second semester.

Semester 3

In the third semester students start their studies in Political Science.

Students should formally apply for Political Science I via www.universityadmissions.se / www.antagning.se no later than April 16, 2018.  Information including the application code is sent by e-mail to eligible students on March 16, 2017.

Semester 4

Continued studies in Political Science. Students should formally apply for Political Science II via www.universityadmissions.se / www.antagning.se no later than October 15, 2018. Information including the application code is sent by e-mail to eligible students in September 2017. 

Enrolment in Political Science II (293 Kb)

Semester 5

During the fifth semester you can pursue your own study interest and choose from a wide range of elective courses at the university. You can even take your electives in business administration at SBS. An overview of the electives in Business Administration at SBS in autumn 2018 can be found here: Course Overview_autumn_2018 (609 Kb) . Enrolment in electives in Business Administration is done through a web survey and the deadline is usually April 15.

Students who wish to study other subjects than Business Administration during their elective semester are welcome to apply for such subjects via universityadmissions.se / antagning.se. Please note that no placement is guaranteed in other courses than Business Administration electives at SBS. 

Students who wish to obtain a degree of Bachelor of Science in Political Science should apply for the free-standing course Political Science III which includes a Bachelor's thesis. Students with Swedish language proficiency can also choose to apply for Political Science III in Swedish. For further information, please refer to the department of Political Science.

If you are interested in studying abroad via exchange, you may apply via SBS or the department of Political Science. In both cases the application term is semester 4. Information about exchange opportunities via SBS can be found here. For details about exchange studies through the department of Political Science, please contact them directly. Students can also apply for exchange placement via the central International Office at Stockholm University. The application period is generally one year ahead of the exchange semester.

Semester 6

BAPS students will register for the sixth semester by applying for Business Administration III via www.universityadmissions.se www.antagning.se. The eligibility requirement is 120 credits, including 45 credits in Business Administration. Students who wish to major in Finance must also have taken 15 credits in Statistics. Please note: special application codes apply for BAPS students, as BAPS students may not necessarily have Swedish language proficiency. Students need to log in to www.universityadmissions.se / www.antagning.se through the Stockholm University student portal to access the application for the course. In order to be guaranteed placement in their selected specialization, BAPS students must meet the eligibility requirements and apply for Business Administration III with the correct programme-specific code no later than April 15 for the autumn semester or October 15 for the spring semester.