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Study Computational Social Science at Linköping University

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Program Starts
August 2021


How do cities become segregated? How are businesses founded, and how do they grow or fail? How do digital algorithms influence social behavior? How do political parties become polarized? These are some of the questions you may undertake as a student in Linköping University’s Master’s Programme in Computational Social Science.

 In this webinar, you will learn about the programme’s two-year course of study. The programme prepares you to pursue groundbreaking research using complex social data drawn from social networking platforms, administrative records, and publically funded surveys. You learn to unlock the power of these data using cutting-edge computational tools and a theoretically grounded approach to social thinking to answer important social questions facing businesses, governments, and societies.


Join us to learn about the methodological skills and substantive knowledge you will garner during the programme; career opportunities that will be open to you when you graduate; and the steps required to apply.

Tuition Fee

Approx. USD 10,500/EUR 9,000 (SEK 95,000) per academic year (for non-EU citizens)EUR / year

You Will Learn

1. Learn about the courses and content of the programme.
2. Learn about programme requirements and how to apply.
3. Learn about potential career opportunities after graduation.
4. Learn about Linköping University’s Norrköping campus.
5. Learn about other components of the program, such as the thesis, opportunities to go abroad, and electives.

Admission Requirements

Bachelor's degree in the humanities, social-, cultural-, behavioural-, natural-, computer-, or engineering-sciences equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen English corresponding to the level of English in Swedish upper secondary education (English 6/B). Exemption from Swedish 3.

Admission Deadline

15 January 2021


  • Carl Nordlund

    Programme director
9,000 (for non-EU citizens)EUR / year

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