Department of Education
Covid-19 – information till studenter och medarbetare
Here you can find all about being a student at the Department of Education.
Application deadline 15 January 2021 for international students (15 April 2021 for EU citizens and Swedish residents)
The latest information on covid-19 from Stockholm University
Tips from the Academic Writing Service
The Department of Education will provide mainly distance education during spring 2021, and during the first half of the autumn semester 2021.
Stockholm University arranges a number of online events and participates in educational fairs around the world to meet students and inform about our study programmes.
As a student at Stockholm University you have the opportunity to join MyCareer, the university's job portal for students and recent graduates.
Courses at Stockholm University use a special meeting tool in teaching, Zoom. Here you will find a "get-started-guide" for students.
Frequently asked questions about fees and scholarships. This FAQ is intended for students with a citizenship from outside the EU/EEA or Switzerland.
The notifications of selection results for master’s programmes starting in the autumn 2021 will be published on 9 April on universityadmissions.se.
Do you want to learn how to cope with the stress that is inevitable in daily life? For the first time this spring, the course "ACT - Managing Stress and Promoting Health" will be held in English.
If so, now is the time to start applying. As a student at Stockholm University you have the opportunity to join MyCareer, the university's job portal for students and recent graduates.
The number of applications to international master’s programmes at Stockholm University has reached the highest level since 2011 when fees for international students from countries outside the EU/EEA area were introduced.
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