The Stockholm University ICAL program attracts most foreign students
The Master in International Commercial Arbitration Law (ICAL) is the most popular programme of all international master programmes at Stockholm University.
15 January was the last day to apply for the Master in International Commercial Arbitration Law for autumn 2016 at Stockholm University. The program received 622 applications, making ICAL the most requested international master program of the 91 being offered for autumn 2016 at the University of Stockholm. Among the applicants to the ICAL program, 378 people had the programme as their first choice. The largest share of first hand choices to the ICAL programme came from China (43 applicants).
The number of applicants for all international master’s programmes at Stockholm University starting autumn 2016 was 11,400, an increase of 62 percent. About 80 percent of the applicants are students who come from countries outside the EU/EEA.
The five most applied for international programmes at Stockholm University (percentage change and list placement autumn semester 2015 in brackets):
- Master's Degree (60 credits) in International Commercial Arbitration Law (new)
- Master in IT Project Management, (+60%, 6th)
- Master of Banking and Finance / Financial Economics, (-11%, 3rd)
- Master’s programme in Media and Communication Studies (+44%, 7th)
- Master in Economics, (+55%, 8th)
On place 21 is the The Master in European Intellectual Property Law (EIPL), and the Master in European Economic Law (EEL) was the 23rd most popular programme.