Apply to our Communication for Development online part-time flagship MA program!

Dear all,

These are exciting times at our Communication for Development program!

The autumn semester with almost 150 students across all our courses is well underway and we just concluded our Transit Europe symposium with more than 60 colleagues, students, alumni and friends of ComDev.

As the spring application window for ComDev’s flagship 1-year MA opens from 15 September – 17 October we are once again looking forward to receiving your application.

You will find all the details on the 1-year MA page.

Our MA program is a 50% full-time course taught in our online blended learning ‘glocal classroom’ that we have pioneered, improved and enhanced for more than 15 years!

You can also read what graduates from the course have said about ComDev and we just uploaded three more profiles in connection with ComDev experiences in the United Nations system.

Please note that all applications have to be made through Sweden’s central university admissions website and that we only evaluate the letters of intent and not other parts of your application.
University admission should always be your first point of contact regarding application matters, including formal qualifications or language requirements.

But you can also get in touch with me or the ComDev team directly at comdev(at)

We are looking forward to your applications and welcoming you to Malmö in January 2017!

If you need a bit more time to think about the course, keep in mind that you can apply for the autumn 2017 intake from 15 March 2017; we also offer a free-standing course on
Advances in Communication for Development: Social Action, Planning and Evaluation in the autumn!

Last not least, please note that under Swedish higher education rules all EU citizens (and Swedish residents) do not have to pay course fees for our program and you will also not be forced to share a single dorm room with someone else ;)!


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