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|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Fall||2017||03/03/2017 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
|Academic Year||2017-2018||09/29/2017 **||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.
|MSU Sponsoring Academic Dept(s):||Open to all Majors||Minimum GPA:||2.5|
|Required Class Status:||2nd Year||Exchange Program:||Yes|
|Language of Instruction:||English||Intent of Program:||Study at a college or university|
|Program Length:||Semester or Year||Application(s) Required:||Exchange application, Minnesota State Mankato (Online Through This Site)|
|Accommodation Options:||Apartment, Dormitory, Homestay||Program sponsorship indicator:||Mankato Program|
All students must be in good academic and disciplinary standing, with a minimum GPA of 2.5. MSU students must enroll in at least 12 credits while in Sweden.
All courses and syllabi for Halmstad University are available on the university's website. For further information and advice about courses, consult with the Kearney International Center (CSU250).
MSU Exchange Students are required to take a language/culture course, but no previous foreign language experience in Swedish is required. Elementary Swedish (SCAN111) and Intermediate Swedish (SCAN 295) are offered at MSU each semester.
Halmstad is a city of 90,000 at the mouth of the Nissan River in Halland County, south-western Sweden. It is an industrial port, university, and recreational city. The university is a truly international setting, where peoples of different cultures and languages can meet. The University is well known for the extensive range of its education and small groups of students. Furthermore, research at the University is internationally renowned. The University also participates actively in society and community development projects through an extensive program of cooperative ventures involving the business and public sectors.
The nearest airport is in Copenhagen, Denmark, and then take the train to Halmstad.
Student support/Student union
Do I need Health Insurance?
All students (except EU/EEA citizens) admitted to programs or courses of 60 credits or less will need to purchase a health insurance in order to obtain a residence permit/visa.
Halmstad University provides health insurance coverage for students admitted to programs or courses of 60 credits or less and who are required to pay tuition fee.
The insurance applies 24-hours a day in Sweden.
The insurance includes:
≈Full coverage of medical costs in the event of medical emergency.
≈Emergency dental treatment per year. Emergency dental care involves relieving the patient of pain and infection, provisional filling of holes and ensuring a functional biting area.
≈Full coverage of costs for medical evacuation or repatriation of remains.
The academic calendar at Halmstad University is similar to MSU. The academic year is divided into two terms: the autumn term begins at the end of August and lasts until mid-January. The spring term begins in mid-January and ends in the beginning of Jun of every year. Both terms lasts for approximately 20 weeks. For more specific dates, please visit http://www.hh.se/english/education/exchangestudent/importantdates.3012.html. Orientation week is 1 week before lectures start. **There is only an orientation week for the Autumn semester.
All incoming exchange students to Halmstad University should apply online at http://www.hh.se/download/18.9a21d67139311b157679d/1345637357820/Selection_of_courses_120821+%282%29.pdf. The online application should be printed and signed by both the student and the international coordinator at the home university. ***More information on application procedures***
Exchange students studying at Halmstad University have the choice to live in one of three accommodations: Residence halls, furnished flats, and home stays are all available.
?Residence Hall have rooms that are fully furnished but the tenants share kitchen and bathroom.
?Shared private flat: The rent depends on the size, standard and location of the flat.
***The rent is approximately SEK 1950 to3500 per month.
Deadlines for applications, deposit information, and descriptions of all the above are on Halmstad University's accommodation page. Cost of living information can be found here.
All student accommodation in Halmstad is organized by the STUDENT UNION
EU/EEA students (or non-EU/EEA students who are NOT required to pay tuition fee) have to pay a membership fee of 2000 SEK for the accommodation and pick-up service
Non-EU/EEA students who are required to pay tuition fee, does NOT have to pay the membership fee.
Cost of Living
The cost of living vary depending on personal needs. Below you can find an estimate of what the minimal cost of living per month can be, for a student in Sweden
Estimated cost of living SEK/month
⇔Telephone, TV 450
⇔Medical care, hygiene 200
⇔Clothes, hobby, leisure 500
⇔Course litterature 300
Total SEK 7300
Please contact the Student Union for all questions regarding accommodation Telephone:+46 35 16 71 70 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
also visit the Website:www.karen.hh.se [external link] for more information
You will need to fill out the following information about Halmstad University on the application form:
♦Educational establishment: Halmstad University
♦Address: Halmstad University, PO Box 823, SE-301 18 Halmstad, Sweden
♦Course/program: (state the course or program you have been admitted to)
♦Contact person: Mirella Radak
♦Email address: email@example.com