Prepare for studying a Master's Programme by improving your English and writing skills. The English for Academic Purposes course package emphasizes group work and individual responsibility - trademarks of university level studies in Sweden.
The English for Academic Purposes course package starts twice a year, in late August and late January. Courses are taught on campus in Falun, Sweden where you will have access to our award winning library and engaged faculty.
Description of Course Package
You can find a link at the bottom of this page to a course package handbook that provides detailed information about the individual courses and the course package in general. You will receive a copy of this on your Introduction Day.
The course package comprises four courses:
These courses provide a basis for you to develop the four core language skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing. You will meet students and teachers with a variety of cultural backgrounds. Interculturalism is, therefore, a key component of your study experience.
Through group work and individual work you will improve your English language skills in a variety of contexts, although primarily one that is academic. The friendly and personable environment that characterises the courses is key to the success of the student group, as demonstrated by former students.
Your successful completion of this course package will result in eligibility equivalent to English 6 (B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference) for further studies.
Applications and Course Fee
You can apply online for the English for Academic course package, starting in January 2023. The deadline to apply is August 15th and you have until September 1st to submit your supporting documentation and application fee.
Applications to the August 2023 intake will be open from October 16th, 2022 until January 15th, 2023.
All citizens of countries outside the EU/EEA must also pay a 900 SEK application fee to University of Admissions of Sweden to have their application evaluated.
If you are a citizen of a country in the European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) then you are not required to pay any tuition fees for studying the English for Academic Purposes course package.
If you are required to pay tuition fees, the fee for the course package (all four courses) is 52 500 SEK. This should be paid before applying for a residence permit application, therefore we recommend that you pay the fee at least 3 months before you plan to begin studying.
Admission Requirements and Selection Groups
In order to be eligible for the EAP course package you must properly document that you:
1. Fulfill the English proficiency requirement (normally this is submitting an Academic IELTS result with an overall result of 5.5 and no section less than 5.0)
2. Demonstrate that you have completed upper-secondary studies equal to Swedish upper-secondary school and/or completed university studies equal to a Swedish Bachelor's degree.
Please note that we have two selection groups for this course package. The first selection group is for applicants who are citizens of a country in the EU/EEA. The second selection group is for applicants who are required to pay tuition fees as per Swedish law.
All of us in the EAP Department at Dalarna University look forward to meeting you.
With general enquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Student Recruitment
Office Hours: email to schedule a meeting with Michael
I have been teaching English at Dalarna University since 2014. My specialisation is in English literature, and I teach English courses at all levels, from undergraduate to advanced.
Konstantin (Kostia) Andreev
I have been teaching English at Dalarna University since 2007, my main subjects being English grammar, pronunciation and writing proficiency.
Anita Purcell Sjölund
I am currently both Lecturer and Director of Studies in the English Department, and have taught a range of courses in English in my years at Dalarna University.
Megan Case (on temporary leave)
I have been teaching at Dalarna University since 2009 and have taught all the courses in the EAP course package at one time or another. I also work in the Education Department, teaching future Swedish schoolteachers, which is why my office is in the building called "Smedjan" rather than with the English Department.
I received my PhD in Women's Studies from the University of York in England. I have since worked as a postdoctoral researcher and teacher at Umeå University in Sweden in a variety of language proficiency and literature courses. At Dalarna University, my main teaching is in English for Academic Purposes.