Welcome to contact the Graduate School All our master's programmes belong to the Graduate School at the School of Business, Economics and Law. Student counsellors and administrative staff at Graduate School will take care of you from registration to the final graduation with high degree of commitment, professionalism and enthusiasm.

Register for your Master’s programme The registration will take place online in August from 20 August until 24 August (CET). You can find information below on how you register online on your programme. If you do not have a Swedish personal number you need to order your password and your username from the service center immeadiately, in order for you to have your login details in time.

Master Your Master

To give you the best possibilities to succeed with your master´s studies we have gathered invaluable and important information about academic writing, referencing and citing other text, working in groups, and what awaits you when you meet Swedish society. The Master Your Master event consists of both links, films, reading tips and we will arrange a webinar on 10 September 15:00-17:00. Date: September 10 Time: 15:00-17:00 Place: Online

Career Service

Our career coaches make sure that you'll never walk alone

The School's Career Service provides you with support during and up to two years after your studies in Gothenburg. You can choose between individual career coaching, workshops or seminars to complement your studies - everyting tailored meet your needs. And all for free. Our coaches are here to make the best out of your career opportunities and guide you through your process towards the graduation. Particularly if you come here from another country it can be a good investment in yourself to book a session with one of the coaches.

Global transition in the time of crisis - Sustainability Day for first year Master’s students

September 3rd 2020 09:00-11:00

How will the COVID-19 pandemic impact our abilities to address the climate crisis and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals? 2020 was supposed to be the “Super Environment Year” with key global conferences addressing climate change, biodiversity and the oceans. They all got postponed. Will the pandemic bring a halt to ambitions on climate policy and the sustainability agenda as many companies struggle to survive and countries focus on restarting their economies and save jobs? Or can the large public investments that are likely to be the result of the pandemic drive a positive green transition? When: September 3 Time: 09:00-11:00

Online studies

Due to COVID-19 The School of Business, Economics and Law is temporarily operating online education, which means that you as a student are met with new challenges. To support you in handling these challenges, we provide you with some tips for how to study online in the best way that you can, follow the links below.