About 10-12 students are admitted to the programme every year, plus
students may be accepted for one or two semesters.
Admission is based on applicant's documentation, portfolio (first
stage) and a video assignment (second stage).
The programme is taught in English.
Tuition fees are covered by Swedish government grants for EU
citizens. Scholarships are available for non EU students. Learn more about
tuition and scholarship for non EU citizens.
Bachelor's degree, in industrial design or equivalent
subject area which should include at least 60 ECTS credits in the
Design subject + Portfolio.
Proficiency in English equivalent to Swedish upper secondary
course English B/6. Read More.
Application step by step
Application for study year
2017/2018 is now closed.
You can only apply to UID programmes in the First admission
round, autumn semester at University Admissions. (UID
programmes do not participate in the Second admission round, autumn
semester nor in the Spring Admission rounds.)
This means that UID programmes are not open for "late
This page will be updated in October 2017 with
information about application for study year
How to apply?
Read information at University Admissions, look at tab "Find out
October 17, 2016 - Application will open
The on-line application service at universityadmissions.se opens
at 13.00 local time. Follow the instructions!
All documents should be uploaded or
sent to University Admissions, Östersund,
except portfolio and motivation letter.
Important: keep your registration number for further
Upload us your portfolio and a
letter of motivation.
Work samples should present applicant's strengths in a visually
concise manner. However, one or two of the submitted works samples
can describe in detail what kind of design process was used. We
prefer that you submit a link to your on-line portfolio. If you do
not have an on-line portfolio, please submit a PDF. Note that no
printed portfolios/ physical media (CD, DVD, USB-stick) will be
January 16, 2017
Last day to apply through universityadmissions.se
February 1, 2017
Last day for supporting academic documents to be uploaded at
Last day to upload your portfolio at UID web.
Deadline for application fee:
If you are non EU citizen, pay the application fee of 900 SEK.
If you are EU/EEA citizen, submit the
documentation of your citizenship status to confirm that you do not
need to pay application or tuition fees. Read more.
Please note that communication about your admission process
will be handled through your University Admission account, which
you create when you apply.
8-12 samples of your work, showing your present creative and
aesthetic design experience and capabilities on professional and/or
academic level. You can include videos, photos, sketches, 3D
renderings, graphics, or interactive presentations to demonstrate
your design skills.
For each work sample, include a short text (10-20 words)
describing the content and context of the shown project. In group
projects, tell us what your contribution was.
Upload letter of motivation with Application Number received
from the universityadmissions.se.
We look at
Overall human-centered attitude to design
Creativity, design thinking and problem-solving capability
Capability of critical and analytical thinking
Experience with individual and group work
Relevant graphics software skills
Basic experience of building physical mock-ups and presentation
Interest in information technology
March 24, 2017
First notification of the selection results sent out via
April 12, 2017
Last date to reply to your offer of study place (both accepted and
reserved) to University Admissions.
April 21, 2017
Second notification of the selection results.
If you are accepted to the programme, please visit the Migration Agency website to inform yourself on
practical visa and residency details.
Please contact us, by writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org