How to apply

When a course or programme is open for registration, it is presented on After submitting your application you will, in most cases, be called to entrance examination tests.

Master programmes

You submit your application online at the website when the programme is open for registration. 

Apply for a master's programme, step by step-guide External link.

Bachelor programmes

The general entry requirements in Sweden for bachelor programmes are final grades from upper secondary studies. In addition, you need good knowledge of Swedish and English. TISUS-test for Swedish language or the course “Svenska som andraspråk 3” is accepted.

More information about how to apply is available at each programme's page (in Swedish only).


Freestanding courses

Most of our courses taught in English are only available for Master’s students or formal exchange students. We do have a limited number of courses taught in English that are open to all students who fulfil the requirements specified for each course.

Freestanding courses

Registration of application

You submit your application online at the website When the course is open for application, you will find it there. Make sure your application is complete, and upload all the documents needed to prove that you are qualified to attend. External link.

Exchange students

KMH welcome incoming exchange students from our partner institutions under the Erasmus+ and Nordplus programme. Your application is handled entirely by your home institution.

More about exchange student at KMH


To be considered, non-EU/EEA students must pay registration fee, currently 900 SEK. The fee is paid in conjunction with applying on External link..

Application and tuition fees

If you have a disability

We will assist you with the entrance examinations, while UHR assists you with the application.

If you have a disability

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