Start your application early
Don’t delay in submitting your application! You may run into trouble if you wait until the last day and your internet connection happens to be down, or you find that your files are in the wrong format. You will not be able to apply once the last date for applications has passed. Keep in mind that your application has to be turned in by 23:59 (Swedish time).
You apply to the programme in two steps
- Apply to the programme via universityadmissions.se
Last day for application: 17 January 2022
Please note! Choose “Autumn 2022” for your search!
- Submit your work sample via Varbi (accordning to instructions below):
Last day to submit work sample via Varbi: 17 January 2022
Other important dates for your application
- Supporting documentation deadline: 1 February 2022*
- Admission results: Published on My pages on universityadmissions.se 6 May 2022
* 5 July is deadline for you who need to submit proficiency test in English or Swedish.
Deadline for Diploma of Bachelor’s Degree and transcript of records for you who are currently studying the last term of your Bachelor’s Programme, is by the time for registration.
Instructions on how to submit your work samples* via Varbi
* Please read below which type of documentation and/or files that is required for the programme you have applied to.
When you have entered Varbi:
- Register by stating your name and e-mail address.
- Fill in your personal data (including your Swedish civic registration number if you have one).
- Fill in the application form and upload the required documents.
Before uploading your documents, they must be prepared as follows:
- You must scan your original documents. If the document is in colour, scan it in colour.
- All documents must be in PDF-format.
- Please name the document/file with content and your name for example: CV_ first name_ family name
Send in the following via Varbi:
Upload your CV that describes your professional experience in chronological order. The CV needs to be in English only.
2. Work samples
Upload 2-3 Work samples in the format of video clip(s). The admission group will view approximately a total of 10 minutes of your submission. If the video sample is long, please indicate from where you wish them to start/stop watching. Please use MP4 (max 150MB/file).
3. Letter of motivation
Upload a letter of motivation where you answer the following questions:
- Why are you applying for this programme?
- What expectations do you have on the studies?
The letter must be written in English. Sign with name and date of birth. The text should be a maximum of 2000 characters.
4. A written text
Write and upload a text elucidating your art practice where you address one or more of the following questions:
- What is your working understanding of ‘choreography’?
- Is there a ’field’ in which you would situate your work? (discuss a few people, things or phenomena that you relate to in your artistic practice.)
- What do you think dance and/or choreography ‘does’ in the world?
This text should be a maximum of 2 A4 (approximately 8000 characters incl. blanks).
Please note that you might have to reduce/compress your video size before uploading it. Read more about reducing video size and what Bitrate is.
Confirmation that you have submitted your work samples via Varbi
When you've submitted your work samples you will receive a confirmation to the e-mail address that you’ve stated. If you don’t receive a confirmation e-mail, you should first check your spam filter. If the confirmation e-mail is not there, contact Varbi's technical support.
Phone: +46 520 580 050 (weekdays 08:30–12:00 and 13:00–16:30).