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    Master's Programme in Drug Discovery and Development ↗️

    The discovery and development of effective medicines is one of the most important advancements in modern history.The Master's Programme in Drug Discovery and Development provides a world class forum for you to focus on all aspects of this multidisciplinary field, which combines biology, chemistry and pharmaceutical sciences. The programmed gives you the theoretical and practical knowledge required to create new and effective medicines.  As part of the programme, you meet researchers at the international forefront of the field, and there will be considerable opportunities to contribute to the development of knowledge in this exciting field. You will also have the opportunity to tailor your studies to suit your strengths, interests and career goals. The programme provides you with an excellent platform for pursuing a career in industry or to begin postgraduate studies. The programme leads to a Master of Pharmaceutical Science (120 credits) with Drug Discovery and Development as the main field of study.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in Pharmaceutical Modelling ↗️

    The Master's Programme in Pharmaceutical Modelling is designed for those of you who wish to focus on the multidisciplinary field of Pharmaceutical Modelling, which combines biology, chemistry and pharmaceutical sciences with computer sciences, mathematics and statistics. The Master's Programme in Pharmaceutical Modelling provides you with the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills needed in this exciting and dynamic field of research. As part of the programme, you will meet researchers at the international forefront of the field, and there will be considerable opportunities where you can contribute to development of knowledge.Uppsala University is renowned in the different aspects of pharmaceutical modelling, and the teachers are active researchers in their fields. Through the programme you will obtain a theoretical foundation and practical experience of how predictive modelling is used in the development of new medicines, from the design of the drug molecule via its pharmacological, biopharmaceutical and toxicological effects, to the clinical use.The programme leads to a Master of Pharmaceutical Science (120 credits) with Drug Discovery and Development as the main field of study.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in Digital Humanities ↗️

    The Master's Programme in Digital Humanities provides a solid grasp of how powerful digital tools can be used to analyse, visualise and research digital media and digitised materials. You will also learn to digitise and process different types of texts and images and how these can be made available at cultural heritage institutions and in other contexts. The programme is multidisciplinary and driven by humanistic inquiry and curiosity. Key themes are the critical evaluation of digital technologies and their use in a number of areas, including knowledge production and cultural heritage.The programme leads to a Master of Arts (120 credits) with Digital Humanities as the main field of study. After one year of study, it may be possible to obtain a Master of Arts (60 credits).

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in Euroculture ↗️

    Euroculture is a two-year, interdisciplinary, multi-university Master's programme which focuses on the study of modern European society, politics and culture in a global context. Recognised by the European Commission as an Erasmus Mundus Programme of Excellence, Euroculture is for students who realise that Europe's future will be shaped not only by economics and politics, but also by struggles over identities, values, and heritage - in a word, culture. We will prepare you to make a difference in areas like diplomacy, international business, journalism, cultural management, research and the European institutions.All students spend the second semester at another of the seven highly ranked European universities in the Euroculture consortium. In the third semester, you choose whether to take an internship in a wide variety of fields or to follow research seminars - including perhaps at one of our partner universities in India, Japan, Mexico or the United States. In that way you can tailor the programme to your career interests. Moreover, practical "Eurocompetence" courses build up communicative and management skills and prepare you to use your academic knowledge in practice.Courses are conducted in English, with students from across Europe and around the world.The programme leads to a Master of Arts in Theology (120 credits) with Euroculture as the main field of study.For further information and to apply, see: www.euroculturemaster.eu. Application dates vary according to your category.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in Global Environmental History ↗️

    Environmental history is an interdisciplinary subject that explores the complex relationship between man and nature throughout history. The focus is on historical changes, events, debates and analytical perspective on the relations between human societies and natural environments. By analysing these relationships, the Master's Programme in Global Environmental History also has the ambi­tion to interpret, explain and debate contemporary issues of sustainability and resilience.The Master's Programme in Global Environmental History is given in cooperation between four departments and one centre at Uppsala University, as well as a department at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). As a student, you are a part of the university's scientific broad expertise in this field of research with teachers who specialise in aspects of African, European, Asian and American environmental history.The programme provides an overview of the lengthy historical processes of interaction between human societies and natural conditions, and gives deeper insights into different aspects of how the relationship between man and nature has changed over the emergence of modern states in global power relations. You will independently and critically identify and analyse key issues and debates in global environmental history and relate these to topical issues. The programme concludes with writing a Master's thesis.The programme is offered in Uppsala and leads to a Master of Arts (120 credits) with Global Environmental History as the main field of study.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in English - American Literature and Culture ↗️

    The Master's Programme in English has three specialisations: English Language and Linguistics, English Literature, and American Literature and Culture. As a student in the programme you will immerse yourself in one of the specialisations. You will learn to apply research methods and be trained in academic writing. The Master's Programme includes compulsory and elective courses, and instruction usually takes place in small seminars taught by field specialists through a combination of seminars and written assignments. The English Language and Linguistics specialisation focuses on research in areas such as corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics, and English as a foreign language. The specialisation in English Literature focuses on historical and theoretical developments in English literature from Shakespeare to postmodernism and beyond, including ge­ndered and postcolonial critiques.The American Literature and Culture specialisation focuses on developments in American literature, both thematic and aesthetic, from the time of the American Renaissance to the post-postmodern era. The programme is taught in English and leads to a Master of Arts with English as the main field of study.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in English - English Literature ↗️

    The Master's Programme in English has three specialisations: English Language and Linguistics, English Literature, and American Literature and Culture. As a student in the programme you will immerse yourself in one of the specialisations. You will learn to apply research methods and be trained in academic writing. The Master's Programme includes compulsory and elective courses, and instruction usually takes place in small seminars taught by field specialists through a combination of seminars and written assignments. The English Language and Linguistics specialisation focuses on research in areas such as corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics, and English as a foreign language. The specialisation in English Literature focuses on historical and theoretical developments in English literature from Shakespeare to postmodernism and beyond, including ge­ndered and postcolonial critiques.The American Literature and Culture specialisation focuses on developments in American literature, both thematic and aesthetic, from the time of the American Renaissance to the post-postmodern era. The programme is taught in English and leads to a Master of Arts with English as the main field of study.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in English - English Linguistics ↗️

    The Master's Programme in English has three specialisations: English Language and Linguistics, English Literature, and American Literature and Culture. As a student in the programme you will immerse yourself in one of the specialisations. You will learn to apply research methods and be trained in academic writing. The Master's Programme includes compulsory and elective courses, and instruction usually takes place in small seminars taught by field specialists through a combination of seminars and written assignments. The English Language and Linguistics specialisation focuses on research in areas such as corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics, and English as a foreign language. The specialisation in English Literature focuses on historical and theoretical developments in English literature from Shakespeare to postmodernism and beyond, including ge­ndered and postcolonial critiques.The American Literature and Culture specialisation focuses on developments in American literature, both thematic and aesthetic, from the time of the American Renaissance to the post-postmodern era. The programme is taught in English and leads to a Master of Arts with English as the main field of study.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in Holocaust and Genocide Studies ↗️

    The goal of the Master's Programme in Holocaust and Genocide Studies is to provide students with the ability to understand and independently analyse genocide and other forms of mass violence in their historical and cultural contexts. These violent events have most often occurred in the context of widespread economic, social and political crises, mobilisation of ethnic identities, formation of new states, colonial processes and modernisation.During the first semester you will acquire basic empirical and theoretical knowledge about the Holocaust and other cases of genocide and massive violence. This empirical and theoretical knowledge is subsequently linked to theoretical courses on the mechanisms of violence during the second semester. During the second and third semesters you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a special area by reading other courses given by the Hugo Valentin Centre or other departments. During the third semester you will study an obligatory course in methodology. The fourth semester is devoted to writing the Master's thesis.The Master's Programme in Holocaust and Genocide Studies is strongly connected to international research and publication in the field, which provides you with a solid foundation for choosing either an academic career or working in various international and national institutions. These include UN organisations, branches of the European Union and the Council of Europe and international NGOs. Swedish organisations such as SIDA, IDEA, the Forum for Living History and others are also potential employers.The programme is offered in Uppsala. The language of instruction is English.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Egyptology ↗️

    The Master Programme in the Humanities, specialising in Egyptology, is unique; nowhere else in Sweden is it possible to pursue studies in Egyptology all the way to a Master of Arts. This programme is tailored for those who seek in-depth knowledge of one of the world's most famous examples of a complex society in the past. The programme mainly consists of mandatory courses where you study texts, archaeology and art. Subject to available places, you may also have the opportunity to do an internship within a relevant professional environment, such as field projects, museums, archives or other cultural heritage institutions, for a period of five or ten weeks. A Master's degree in this subject makes you eligible to pursue PhD studies in Egyptology in Sweden or abroad. Previous students work as archivists, museum curators or guides, analysts, editors, aid workers, travel guides, cultural writers, as well as researchers and teachers at universities. The programme leads to a Master of Arts (120 credits) with Egyptology as the main field of study. It is also possible to graduate after one academic year with a Master of Arts (60 credits).

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Classical Archaeology and Ancient History ↗️

    The Master's programme consists of a Master's thesis (45 credits) and mandatory courses within your selected discipline. In addition, you choose your own courses from the wide selection of open elective courses offered at the Faculty of Arts at Uppsala University. If you do the one-year Master's, your degree project makes up for 30 credits. There are also opportunities for broadening your competence through fieldwork (when applicable), or through shorter internships with businesses or public organisations, NGOs or government administration. The programme offers fifteen specialisations in Swedish and nine specialisations in English: (1) Archaeology, (2) Cultural anthropology, (3) Cultural Heritage and Sustainability, (4) Musicology, (5) Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, (6) Philosophy, (7) Aesthetics, (8) Gender studies, and (9) Egyptology. All specialisations provide you with professional, analytical capacities in general as well as in areas pertinent to you chosen field, and give you a broad basis for pursuing a professional or research career in the field of your major subject. With a focus on theoretical and methodological developments in the humanities, as well as on more practical skills and competences pertinent to professional careers, you will graduate with a Master of Arts, specialising in your chosen discipline.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Aesthetics ↗️

    The Master's programme consists of a Master's thesis (45 credits) and mandatory courses within your selected discipline. In addition, you choose your own courses from the wide selection of open elective courses offered at the Faculty of Arts at Uppsala University. If you do the one-year Master's, your degree project makes up for 30 credits.There are also opportunities for broadening your competence through fieldwork (when applicable), or through shorter internships with businesses or public organisations, NGOs or government administration. The programme offers fifteen specialisations in Swedish and nine specialisations in English: (1) Archaeology, (2) Cultural anthropology, (3) Cultural Heritage and Sustainability, (4) Musicology, (5) Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, (6) Philosophy, (7) Aesthetics, (8) Gender studies, and (9) Egyptology. All specialisations provide you with professional, analytical capacities in general as well as in areas pertinent to you chosen field, and give you a broad basis for pursuing a professional or research career in the field of your major subject. With a focus on theoretical and methodological developments in the humanities, as well as on more practical skills and competences pertinent to professional careers, you will graduate with a Master of Arts, specialising in your chosen discipline.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Philosophy ↗️

    The Master's programme consists of a Master's thesis (45 credits) and mandatory courses within your selected discipline. In addition, you choose your own courses from the wide selection of open elective courses offered at the Faculty of Arts at Uppsala University. If you do the one-year Master's, your degree project makes up for 30 credits.There are also opportunities for broadening your competence through fieldwork (when applicable), or through shorter internships with businesses or public organisations, NGOs or government administration. The programme offers fifteen specialisations in Swedish and nine specialisations in English: (1) Archaeology, (2) Cultural anthropology, (3) Cultural Heritage and Sustainability, (4) Musicology, (5) Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, (6) Philosophy, (7) Aesthetics, (8) Gender studies, and (9) Egyptology. All specialisations provide you with professional, analytical capacities in general as well as in areas pertinent to you chosen field, and give you a broad basis for pursuing a professional or research career in the field of your major subject. With a focus on theoretical and methodological developments in the humanities, as well as on more practical skills and competences pertinent to professional careers, you will graduate with a Master of Arts, specialising in your chosen discipline.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Cultural Anthropology ↗️

    The Master's programme consists of a Master's thesis (45 credits) and mandatory courses within your selected discipline. In addition, you choose your own courses from the wide selection of open elective courses offered at the Faculty of Arts at Uppsala University. If you do the one-year Master's, your degree project makes up for 30 credits. There are also opportunities for broadening your competence through fieldwork (when applicable), or through shorter internships with businesses or public organisations, NGOs or government administration. The programme offers fifteen specialisations in Swedish and nine specialisations in English: (1) Archaeology, (2) Cultural anthropology, (3) Cultural Heritage and Sustainability, (4) Musicology, (5) Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, (6) Philosophy, (7) Aesthetics, (8) Gender studies, and (9) Egyptology. All specialisations provide you with professional, analytical capacities in general as well as in areas pertinent to you chosen field, and give you a broad basis for pursuing a professional or research career in the field of your major subject. With a focus on theoretical and methodological developments in the humanities, as well as on more practical skills and competences pertinent to professional careers, you will graduate with a Master of Arts, specialising in your chosen discipline.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Archaeology ↗️

    The Master's programme consists of a Master's thesis (45 credits) and mandatory courses within your selected discipline. In addition, you choose your own courses from the wide selection of open elective courses offered at the Faculty of Arts at Uppsala University. If you do the one-year Master's, your degree project makes up for 30 credits. There are also opportunities for broadening your competence through fieldwork (when applicable), or through shorter internships with businesses or public organisations, NGOs or government administration. The programme offers fifteen specialisations in Swedish and nine specialisations in English: (1) Archaeology, (2) Cultural anthropology, (3) Cultural Heritage and Sustainability, (4) Musicology, (5) Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, (6) Philosophy, (7) Aesthetics, (8) Gender studies, and (9) Egyptology. All specialisations provide you with professional, analytical capacities in general as well as in areas pertinent to you chosen field, and give you a broad basis for pursuing a professional or research career in the field of your major subject. With a focus on theoretical and methodological developments in the humanities, as well as on more practical skills and competences pertinent to professional careers, you will graduate with a Master of Arts, specialising in your chosen discipline.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Archaeology ↗️

    The Master's programme consists of a Master's thesis (45 credits) and mandatory courses within your selected discipline. In addition, you choose your own courses from the wide selection of open elective courses offered at the Faculty of Arts at Uppsala University. If you do the one-year Master's, your degree project makes up for 30 credits. There are also opportunities for broadening your competence through fieldwork (when applicable), or through shorter internships with businesses or public organisations, NGOs or government administration. The programme offers fifteen specialisations in Swedish and nine specialisations in English: (1) Archaeology, (2) Cultural anthropology, (3) Cultural Heritage and Sustainability, (4) Musicology, (5) Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, (6) Philosophy, (7) Aesthetics, (8) Gender studies, and (9) Egyptology. All specialisations provide you with professional, analytical capacities in general as well as in areas pertinent to you chosen field, and give you a broad basis for pursuing a professional or research career in the field of your major subject. With a focus on theoretical and methodological developments in the humanities, as well as on more practical skills and competences pertinent to professional careers, you will graduate with a Master of Arts, specialising in your chosen discipline.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Cultural Heritage and Sustainability ↗️

    Student profileYou have probably studied at least a year in a field such as historic preservation, cultural heritage management, archaeology, heritage studies or maybe architecture, cultural economics or community planning. You now want to expand your skillset and specialise in how to manage cultural heritage in a sustainable way. You might even have some practical experience working in conservation, archaeology or a similar field.You are capable of critically analysing problems, and are creative and innovative enough to come up with your own ideas. You want to understand both the larger processes in which you work as well as develop the specialist knowledge and skills you bring to a project. Your natural curiosity drives you to seek a deeper understanding of issues, and not just learn the facts.The English language is surely no problem for you. You are both able and willing to express your thoughts in writing and speaking and expect to contribute as much to the educational experience of others as you expect to learn from their experience and knowledge. You also understand that working in the field of cultural heritage management means communicating with and presenting your work for specialists in other subject areas. Therefore, you want an educational experience that also let you sharpen such presentation skills and give you an opportunity to apply your knowledge in realistic cases.A PhD education is a distinct possibility in your future. You would therefore value an education that puts you in close contact with current research and prominent researchers at Uppsala University and around the world. You may also be interested in gaining a job directly after graduation so you want to keep your options open for now.Related programmes Sustainable DevelopmentSustainable Destination DevelopmentApplied Heritage PoliticsSustainable Management

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Musicology ↗️

    The Master's programme consists of a Master's thesis (45 credits) and mandatory courses within your selected discipline. In addition, you choose your own courses from the wide selection of open elective courses offered at the Faculty of Arts at Uppsala University. If you do the one-year Master's, your degree project makes up for 30 credits. There are also opportunities for broadening your competence through fieldwork (when applicable), or through shorter internships with businesses or public organisations, NGOs or government administration. The programme offers fifteen specialisations in Swedish and nine specialisations in English: (1) Archaeology, (2) Cultural anthropology, (3) Cultural Heritage and Sustainability, (4) Musicology, (5) Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, (6) Philosophy, (7) Aesthetics, (8) Gender studies, and (9) Egyptology. All specialisations provide you with professional, analytical capacities in general as well as in areas pertinent to you chosen field, and give you a broad basis for pursuing a professional or research career in the field of your major subject. With a focus on theoretical and methodological developments in the humanities, as well as on more practical skills and competences pertinent to professional careers, you will graduate with a Master of Arts, specialising in your chosen discipline.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in the Humanities - Gender Studies ↗️

    How have ideas about sex and gender been theorised? How does sex/gender intersect with other aspects of power? What issues do critical feminist perspectives address? What is "identity politics" and is gender an issue of identity or practice? How can gender studies identify what characterises "masculinities" and men's experiences? It is questions such as these (and many others) that students examine in the Master's Programme in the Humanities, specialising in Gender Studies at Uppsala University. Studying gender studies at Master's level encourages students to critically engage with theories of sex and gender and address the core questions within feminist research. Within the framework offered by the courses, students will also be guided through research methods as well academic writing and oral presentation.The courses are grounded in the humanities and social science traditions, but because gender studies is inherently inter-disciplinary, perspectives from other disciplines are also included. Furthermore, the interdisciplinary nature of gender studies means there is a possibility of studying together with students from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds. A Master's degree in Gender Studies opens up opportunities for further studies, as well as for employment in a variety of authorities, public and private organisations or in, for example, journalism and the cultural sector. Successful completion of the programme will result in the award of a Master of Arts (120 credits) with Gender Studies as the main field of study. There is also the possibility of obtaining a Master of Arts (60 credits) after one year.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
    Uppsala University
    Master's Programme in International Humanitarian Action ↗️

    The Master's Programme in International Humanitarian Action is multidisciplinary and given in cooperation with several universities in Europe and the world. The programme provides a high-quality academic education and professional competences for a career in humanitarian action, emergency and disaster relief, and development at both national and international levels. The programme also has a very active alumni network which supports new students in their careers with networking activities. This joint European Master's is organised through the Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA) and involves study abroad. The programme was launched in 1993 because of a growing concern about the increase in disasters and conflicts in the world and the complex consequences for society. In order to address these questions, it was felt that a more professional approach was required, combining academic higher education and professional competences. The education is one of the best-established Master's programmes in humanitarian action.The Master's programme has been awarded Erasmus Mundus Programme status three times.The duration of the Master's programme is two years of full-time studies. The language of instruction is English.The programme leads to a Master of Arts in Theology (120 credits) with International Humanitarian Action as the main field of study. ApplicationApplication should be made via NOHA´s website, www.nohanet.org.

    Programme duration
    2 Years (120 ECTS credits)
    Semester
    Starts Autumn 2020
    Programme level
    Master's
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