General Information

Swedish students (applicants with a Swedish personnummer): Apply before 15 April for on-time applications on (application code BTH-70303. Applications after this date may be considered if there are places available on the programme.

International students: The application process through is open 1 December 2010 to 17 January 2011. All documents must reach University Studies in Sweden by 28 January 2011.

The application code of the programme is BTH-99256. International applications after 17Jan may be considered, if there are places available on the programme.

If you are interested in being considered for a scholarship from the Swedish institute, you must apply only through the central admissions system ( and follow the instructions on their website.

Apply through the central admissions system (

Information to prospective students can be found here:

Prospective BTH students


Tuition is free for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens. Students who are not citizens of the EU, EEA or Switzerland are in general liable to pay tuition fees. Check for details about fees.

Various sources of funding exist in Sweden, Europe and worldwide to provide for living expenses. However, note that you must apply through the central admissions system ( to be considered for a scholarship. Any possible late applicants (applying after 17 January 2011) cannot be considered for Swedish Institute scholarships. Nordic applicants cannot be considered for Swedish Institute scholarships.



Swedish students should normally be eligible for aid through the Swedish Board for Study Support - CSN.  Check their website for more detailed information.


International Office

You are strongly recommended to visit the International Office's website for further information on studying at the Institute, on funding possiblities, general eligibility requirements etc.

International Office's website


Bus station

Further Information

For further information about the programme, course contents etc, please contact:, or write to:

Urban Design Programme
Gunnar Nyström
The Swedish School of Planning (DSN) 
Blekinge Institute of Technology
SE-371 79 Karlskrona, SWEDEN


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