Courses for exchange students

Here you can find general information and contacts for further details about exchange courses.

Undergraduate students are welcome to apply for exchange. Second year students should apply for exchange during Spring semesters*, and third year students during Fall semesters.

Please note that only the Fine Arts program has exchange possibilities on the Master level.

Course offerings
You will not be able to choose courses freely. You will follow the program for the semester you have been admitted to. At some departments there might be some flexibility for exchange students. Please note that changes in course offerings may occur.  For more information on course offerings and processes for course selections, please click on the program you wish to apply to, see listing below. You can also contact the administrative officers and education coordinators for each program.

All courses run on fulltime basis (40 hrs/week) if not stated differently.

* = The Textile and Interior Architecture and Furniture Design Bachelor programs can't admit exchange students during Spring semesters.

Program/Education: Contact:

Industrial Design
Interior Architecture & Furniture Design

Graphic Design & Illustration  

Anna Anderasson
+46 8 450 41 79
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Johan Collander
+46 8 45041 80
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Ceramics & Glass



       Johan Collander
       Protected address
       +46 8 4504180        

        Karin Hultquist Persson
        Protected address
        +46 8 450 41 83

Fine Arts Tindra Thor
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 +46 8 450 41 60
   Helena Höök
 Protected address
 +46 8 450 41 90

Teacher Eduation programs  Hilde Altern
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 +46 8 450 41 76

ECTS stands for European Credit Transfer System and is a part of the Erasmus EU programme for mobility of university students. ECTS is a tool for facilitating academic recognition between countries, which is one of the main aims of the Erasmus programme.

ECTS is based on the principle of mutual trust and confidence between the participating institutions. The key elements of ECTS are information (on the institution and on courses available), agreement (between the home and host institution, and with the student), and the transfer of credits. One fulltime semester equals 30 ECTS credits.

If you have general questions about exchange studies (application, admission, insurance, visa etc) at Konstfack University please contact our International Office, Protected address

Updated: 17 September 2010
Author: Matilda Uhrström