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: #76 in Best National University
Tuition: $28,669
State: MA
Acceptance: 59.92%

University of Massachusetts-Amherst is a public university and has a tuition of $28,669. This tuition makes it moderately affordable among Best National Universities in the country.

Among all public universities in the state of Massachusetts, it is ranked 60 in terms of cost and is moderately affordable.

The M.A. Program include a relevant bachelor degree (or equivalent such as Vordiplom or Zwischenprüfung) and indication of ability to do successful graduate work in German studies. Ten courses (30 credit hours) with at least a 3.0 grade average are required of all M.A.

German and Scandinavian Studies