FAQ-Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply to the program?
How long is the program?

How many ECTS credits?
What can I work with after the LCDM program?
Can I go to the United States through the program?

How do I apply to the program?

For more information, check our Application & Admission page or contact the International Office.

How long is the program?

The program is 3 years and leads to a Bachelor's Degree in English with a Minor in Digital Media.

How many ECTS credits?

The program is equivalent to 180 ECTS credits.

What can I work with after the LCDM program?

The Literature, Culture, and Digital Media program gives you a wide range of theoretical and practical skills which can be of use in various businesses and organizations. Students have continued their studies in languages, literature, journalism, graphic design, and mutimedia.

Throughout the program you will participate in workshops to discuss your future possible career after LCDM and learn more about marketing, entrepreneurship, and career planning. The program offers the opportunity for you to improve your written and oral skills in English, your skills in working with digital media, and your ability to critically analyze and discuss current cultural phenomena and artifacts, such as social media, art, literature, and Web 2.0. You will build up a portfolio of your work throughout the program which will market your skills to potential employers and help you articulate for yourself and others what you are good at!

In addition to a professional career, many students continue to Master's programs and some go on to doctoral studies. The LCDM program gives you a strong base in the humanities and in English as well as a thorough understanding of the practices of digital media, culturally and technically.


Can I go to the United States through the program?

We have an exchange program with Georgia Institute of Technology, the School of Literature, Communication and Culture. Every year students from Sweden and Atlanta switch places and study a semester abroad. Students must apply to the exchange program; it is not mandatory for all LCDM students. For more information see International Exchange.

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