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Master's program in Software Engineering (Blekinge University of Technology)

Blekinge University of Technology (BTH)'s master’s programme in Software Engineering is a training course aimed at preparing students to meet the complex challenges of software development of the future. The programme is designed to provide deeper knowledge in the field of software development and to meet the industry’s demands, thus providing more opportunities to take more responsibility and respond to major challenges in the field.

A holistic training approach

The training focuses on developing students’ ability to analyse, improve and apply knowledge in software development. Students will acquire the knowledge of developing software for products and services with high efficiency and quality requirements. The programme includes topics such as cloud work, machine learning, software security and research methodology. This gives students a holistic view of the complex process of software development, including planning, crash collection, implementation and testing.

The training is also part of research preparation, providing opportunities for those interested in research in the field of software technologies. BTH is highly rated globally in research on applied software technologies, and this programme is strongly linked to this research.

Course details

The part-time course is taught in English and remotely. The programme consists of 60 university credits (HP) and culminates in a Philosophy Master’s degree.

Who can join?

Qualification requirements: Students must have a Bachelor’s or University Engineer’s degree with at least 180 credits in a technical field. The Examination should include an autonomous project of at least 15 credits. After completing the training, participants must have gained at least two years of work experience in software development, as confirmed by an employer’s certificate. This experience shall include programming skills, as attested by certificates. Finally, knowledge equivalent to English 6 is required.

Tuition fee

The training is free of charge for students with citizenship within the EU/EEA and Switzerland. Information for British citizens linked to Brexit can be found on the university website

Training Offer Details

Target audience
Digital skills for ICT professionals and other digital experts.
Digital skills for all
Digital skills in education.
Digital skills for the labour force.
Digital technology / specialisation
Digital skill level
Geographic scope - Country
Industry - field of education and training
Generic programmes and qualifications not further defined
Target language
Geographical sphere
National initiative
Typology of training opportunties
Learning activity
e-learning coursework
Assessment type
Training duration
Is this course free
Is the certificate / credential free
Training start date
Part time intensive
Credential offered
Diploma Supplement
Self-paced course