Most affordable Graduate programs in Scandinavian Studies - Updated 2020

There are 1 schools offering graduate degrees in Scandinavian Studies. University of Wisconsin-Madison had highest number of international students receiving a Master's degree. University of Wisconsin-Madison had the most women graduates in this program.
Ranked as: #47 in Best National University
Tuition: $24,054
State: WI
Acceptance: 51.73%

University of Wisconsin-Madison is a public university and has a tuition of $24,054. This tuition makes it very affordable among Best National Universities in the country.

Among all public universities in the state of Wisconsin, it is ranked 36 in terms of cost and is very affordable.

The Ph.D. degree is offered in the fields of literature, folklore, and philology. The basic requirements for all students entering the Ph.D. program correspond to the requirements for the M.A. degree in Scandinavian Studies with concentration in literature, area studies, or philology, as appropriate. Every incoming graduate student should consult with the general graduate advisor upon arrival at UW–Madison. Scandinavian studies is the oldest such department in the Americas, tracing its roots to 1875.

Scandinavian Studies, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison