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Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2025 10/01/2024 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Faculty Director(s) / Program Contact: Anna Ochs Program sponsorship indicator: Mankato Program
Program Type: MnSU Exchange Program Click here for a definition of this term Language of Instruction: English
Intent of Program: Education Abroad Program Length: Semester or Year
Program Description:

Please contact one of the following Center for Education Abroad and Away (CEAA) advisors or stop by our office in Morris Hall 002!

Anna Ochs: or 507-389-6669
Erica Johnson: or 507-389-6724
NOTE: The Halmstad University academic calendar may not align with the Minnesota State Mankato academic calendar. Please check the term dates carefully so that you ensure your participation abroad does not overlap with Minnesota State Mankato semester dates.
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  • The University is known for its popular and reality-based programmes and small student groups. Today, the University has around 11,000 students (approximately 5,200 full-time students) and offers around 50 programmes and over 130 courses within several subject fields.
  • The university has about 6,500 students and 340 faculty members and offers bachelor's and mater's programs in various fields of study.
  • Halmstad University is organized into the following four schools: (1) School of Business, Innovation, and Sustainability (2) School of Health and Welfare (3) School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences and (4) School of Information Technology.
  • In Sweden you are in charge of your own studies to a large extent. Full-time studies in Sweden correspond approximately to a 40-hour week, although you might only have a few hours of lectures or seminars each week. Teaching may take other forms, such as seminars, group work, laboratory work and independent studies. Each course or programme is measured in credits, using the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). 30 credits are equal to the workload of a full-time student over one semester.
  • Sweden is founded on democracy where everyone has the same right to give their opinion. This principle is present in all parts of the society and plays an important role in the academic world, where discussions are encouraged. Don’t be surprised if the teacher asks you for your opinion during class as this is a way of involving the students and developing critical thinking.

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  • Halmstad is a big little city. It combines the best qualities of a small town with the vibrance of a bigger city. You can enjoy a balanced lifestyle with a mix of concerts and sport events with relaxation in untouched nature. One of the benefits of studying in Halmstad is the closeness between campus, the student accommodations and other parts of the city which makes it easy to spend time together and discovering the surroundings.
  • Make sure to make a stop at the majestic castle by the river Nissan the north gate of the old fortress walls that went around Halmstad still remains.
  • Halmstad offers a flourishing cultural scene where you can enjoy both fine art galleries, music concerts at several venues, movies at the cinema and dramatic plays and stand-up comedy at the theatre. Some of the most iconic buildings in the city is the regional museum and the city library.
  • There are many parks and a large preserved natural forest - Galgberget, which contains an open-air museum of old peasant cottages, Hallandsgarden, which is part of the Halland Art Museum, and Tylosand, a popular seaside resort.
  • Halmstad is a city where sports always is present. The city is especially known to for its 12 golf courses, but also have several high level sport teams within soccer, handball and floorball. The location on the windy west coast also makes up for perfect conditions for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
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Updated: 02/17/22 M.S.