Information for prospective students affected by the war in Ukraine
Information for prospective students
affected by the war in Ukraine
On this page, you can find information about studying or transferring your studies to Malmö University as a result of the war in Ukraine.
Studies at Malmö University
Applicants with a residence permit in Sweden under the EU Temporary Protection Directive can apply for studies in the second application round which is now open. Last day to apply is 19 April. The admission results are published on 12 July.
This application round is for national and international students who do not require a residence permit to study in Sweden. If you have a residence permit in Sweden under the EU Temporary Protection Directive, you are exempt from paying application and tuition fees in Sweden.
The University supports the statement of solidarity with Ukraine from the Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions (SUHF) and the European University Association (EUA). The University is now reviewing how our institution, in cooperation with the international network Scholars at Risk (SAR), can support Ukrainian academics in the current situation.