Prospective students from India

Our global master's programmes yearly attracts a large number of Indian applicants. Here we have gathered useful information if you are one of them.

Collborations with Business Sweden, Bangalore

Karolinska Institutet Education Support office collaborate with Business Sweden's office in Bangalore during visits to the region and for pre-departure events. Business Sweden are arranging the Sweden education days that Karolinska Institutet participate in.

Visit the Business Sweden website for more information on their services

Entry requirements for Indian applicants

The general requirement for applicants from India is a 4-year Bachelor's degree, or a Bachelor's degree followed by a Master's degree. Please note that college-issued mark sheets/transcripts will not be accepted unless they are from an autonomous Indian college. Applicants also need to certify proficiency in English. Applicants with a degree in medicine, pharmacy, science, engineering, computer science, computer applications, or technology, are exempted from submitting an English language proficiency test.

Read more on the Application and admissions pages

Partner universities in India

Karolinska Institutet has many collaborations in India. For exchange on undergraduate and graduate level we collaborate with Christian Medical College, Vellore.

Partner universities of Karolinska Institutet

Scheduled visits to India in 2015

Academic and administrative staff from Student- and Career Services will be representing Karolinska Institutet during Sweden Education days in Bangalore and Chennai. If you are interested in booking an appointment please contact Int Communications Manager Emma Hägg,

5 November Bangalore, India

Sweden Education Days.10.30-17.00 Venue tbd.

9 November Chennai, India

Sweden Education Days. 10.30-17.00 at The Hilton, Jawaharlal Nehru Rd, Guindy, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600032.


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