International students in Södermalm
International students in Södermalm



Students can choose to study online for one, two, or all three sessions, and therefore have the possibility of taking a variety of courses.

  Classes Accommodation
First session 28 June - 9 July 2021 27 June* - 10 July 2021**
Second session 12 July - 23 July 2021 11 July* - 24 July 2021**
Third seriod 26 July - 6 August 2021 25 July* - 7 August 2021**


* key pick-up Sunday between 1 pm - 4 pm

** check-out Saturday between 10 am - 11 am

------> After offering our summer programme online in 2020 due to covid-19, we now hope to resume on-campus teaching in the summer of 2021. A clear decision in the matter is expected by March 2021. <------

Our Courses

Each law course within the summer programme is worth 3,5 ECTS credit and the focus is on International, European and Business Law. The grading scale used is Pass/Fail and each student will be able to download an offical Transcript of Records after the completion of the programme.

There is a written examination in each course, either in the form of a "take-home" exam or a sit-in exam.

------> Please note that the course list for the Summer Programme 2021 will be updated at the beginning of 2021 <------

Session 1 - all courses confirmed for 2021

Session 2 - all courses confirmed for 2021

Session 3 - not all courses are confirmed yet

------> Please note that there will exceptionally be no courses in business management on offer in the Summer Programme 2021. There will only be law courses on offer. <------

Academic requirement

All our summer courses are undergraduate courses and students are expected to have completed at least 60 ECTS (i.e. one full year of studies) in law prior to the programme. In 2020, we also offered courses at advanced level. Should this be the case in 2021 again, please note that to be able to follow these specific courses, we recommend that students have completed at least 120 ECTS (i.e. two full years of studies) in law.


Language Requirements

Since English is the language of instruction in all our summer courses, students are expected to have sufficient knowledge of English prior to the programme. We recommend that non-native speakers have a level of at least B2-C1.

Please note that we do not require to see any transcript of records and/or language tests. It is your home university that will make sure that you fulfill these requirements before they nominate you to us.


Credit System                             

The Swedish higher education credit system is fully integrated into ECTS, the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System. One Swedish higher education credit (sometimes called credit, HE credit or hp) is equivalent to one ECTS credit.