University of Gothenburg / ヨーテボリ大学 / Göteborgs universitet




Number of students 5  (including number of student spots slided from AY2020 : 3)*Updated September 16, 2020
Eligibility Students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program
Period of study August - June
Location Vasaparken, Box 100, SE 405 30 Gothenburg, Sweden
University profile A Wonderful Mixture, from Educational Breadth to the Nobel Prize
The University of Gothenburg is characterised by variation and breadth. You can study practically anything here, from art and design to natural science and medicine. As a matter of interest, one of the professors at the University, Arvid Carlsson, was awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine a number of years ago. Sweden is among the most modern and most computerised countries in the world. These qualities are also characteristic of the academic environments at the University of Gothenburg. Welcome to the most allround university in Sweden, and also - not least - the one that is most popular with students!
Undergraduate programs open to exchange students The Sahlgrenska Academy (Medicine, Health Sciences, Odontology, very limited courses taught in English), Arts/Humanities, Fine and Applied Arts, School of Business, Economics and Law, Social Sciences (the students should be aware of that the courses taught in English at the Faculty of Social Sciences are very competitive, therefore it could be diffucult to have a place in the courses), Education, Science, and IT University (in collaboration with Chalmers University of Technology)
Undergraduate programs NOT open to exchange students N/A
Graduate programs open to exchange students Many courses at graduate level are open to exchange students. We warmly welcome graduate students:
Graduate programs NOT open to exchange students ------
Minimum GPA (UG) None, but students must show strong academic commitment and performance.
Minimum GPA (G) Same as above.
Minimum language proficiency  (UG)

・TOEFL iBT 70 or IELTS 5.5
・Some courses/programmes have their own requirements regarding English proficiency. It is very important that you check the course/programme description page for each course or programme to find out what you need.

Minimum language proficiency (G) Same as above. Some English courses have higher requirements.
Academic calendar FALL SEMESTER:
 Classes begin: August
 Classes end: January

 Classes begin: January
 Classes end: June
Important university website for exchange students

Scholarship information N/A
Dormitory information Student Housing is available