A new calendar year means a fresh start. A time to reflect on our choices, and the changes we want to make in our lives.
Sure, 2018 could be the year you start that detox, or resolve to stop binge-watching Netflix series, but why not make a more meaningful resolution — one to truly make a difference?
There are still two weeks left to apply to international study programmes at Malmö University and take the first step towards a future you are passionate about.
Starting an education is much more than a career investment; it's a way to gain new skills, grow as a person, broaden your horizons, learn from new challenges, meet new people, and feel empowered both personally and professionally.
An education at Malmö University means doing something positive for yourself, and for others.
Commitment to social change and a more equal society is what the University is all about.
Whether you're interested in interaction design, human rights, migration, criminology, media, sport science, or something completely different, it's likely Malmö University has the ideal programme for you.
Malmö University offers seven bachelor's programmes and 17 master's programmes, all taught in English. Check out what's on offer here. If you are thinking of applying for a master's programme, you may also qualify for a scholarship.
The University has a strong multidisciplinary approach, with a focus on sustainability and preparing students for an ever-changing, global labour market.
The interior of the Niagara building at Malmö University. Photo: Fredrik Bergström/Malmö University
Studying at the University means being part of a modern and, importantly, diverse environment. Almost a third of new students are born abroad or have parents who are born abroad, so don't be surprised if you find yourself making friends for life from every continent!
As for Malmö itself, forget your misgivings about arctic weather and unemotional Swedes – the city will win you over with its mix of urban life and small town charm.
What makes Malmö truly special, however, is its proud multiculturalism. Flavours, traditions, and perspectives from all over the world meet and merge in this one-of-a-kind city.
In the unlikely event that you do fancy a change of scenery, you can always hop on a train and be in the Danish capital, Copenhagen, in only 30 minutes.
Convinced yet? Applications to Malmö University for autumn 2018 are being accepted until January 15th – so don't delay.
With just a few clicks, 2018 could be the year that changes everything.
Applications are submitted online. You can find everything you need to know about the admissions and the application process here.
This article was produced by The Local Client Studio and sponsored by Malmö University.