Rise in number of students accepted onto international master's programmes
April saw the release of statistics for this year’s intake of students to the country’s international master’s degree programmes. Stockholm University saw a 10 per cent increase in international students being given places on master’s programmes, as compared to the figures for last year, 2011. Among the most popular programmes are the Master of Laws (LL.M.) (60 credits) in European Law and the Master of Laws (LL.M.) (60 credits) in International Commercial Arbitration Law.
The whole article can be red at the central web page of the university.