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  Information Systems, Master Programme (120 credits, distance learning)

Online Linnaeus University    Masters programmes

Full time August MSc 2 years full-time
Business & Management (5) Computer Science (8)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the Master Programme in Information Systems at Linnaeus University. This 120-credit distance learning programme equips you with advanced knowledge in planning, designing, and leading information systems within organizations. Delve into captivating themes such as IS/IT for Organizing, Big Data in Organizations, and Digital Environments. The curriculum encompasses a blend of theoretical insights and practical applications, culminating in a Master's degree after two enriching years of study. What sets this programme apart is its flexibility, allowing you to attend real-time lectures, engage in discussions, and collaborate with peers from anywhere in the world. With a focus on digital transformation and organizational agility, you'll graduate ready to drive innovation and success in the dynamic field of information systems. Join us with a Bachelor's degree and English 6 proficiency to unlock a world of opportunities in the realm of informatics.

About the course

Information systems offer opportunities for enterprises and for people to communicate, learn, innovate and organize.

The master programme in Information Systems will give advanced and broad knowledge of the planning, design, use and leadership of information systems in organisations and businesses. It will also prepare for research studies within informatics. The aim is to give each student the competence needed to describe and analyse businesses, organisations and their need for developing information systems.

Examples of themes of the programme includes: IS/IT for Organizing, Communicating and Coordinating; Ontologies and Epistemologies: Methodologies, Methods and Theories; Big Data in Organizations, Business, and Society.

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Entry Requirements

General entry requirements for second-cycle studies and specific entry requirements:
English 6 or the equivalent.


Tuition fee, first payment: 73,000 SEK

Tuition fee, total: 292,000 SEK

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Each year Linnaeus University offers scholarships to outstanding students from countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland through the programme "Linnaeus University Scholarships" and "Linnaeus University Scholarship for Current Students"

Information about Scholarship Opportunities at Linnaeus University
Linnaeus University offers two differens scholarship programmes for the moment, Linnaeus University Scholarship and Linnaeus University Scholarship for Current Student.

Linnaeus University Scholarship programme is offered for students who study master programmes. Students can only apply for this scholarship before commencing the programme.

Linnaeus University for Current Students is offered for students who are already enrolled in a two- or three-year lasting programme at Linnaeus University. Students can only apply for this scholarship after commencing the programme.

What does the scholarship include?
Up to 75% reduction of the tuition fees for the rest of the programme. The scholarships is initially granted for one semester, but will automatically be extended for the duration of the study program (2 up to 4 semesters), provided that study results are satisfactory.

What does the scholarship NOT include?
The scholarship does not cover living costs or other costs.


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