Studying abroad provides an opportunity to learn new things, develop international experience and language skills, and also opens doors to other cultures and new contacts. Studying abroad is a valuable experience that provides knowledge, memories and friends for life.
Students visiting Stockholm University
As a student from outside Sweden, you can spend part of your education at Stockholm University. We need to ensure that there is a study agreement between SU and your domestic university and you will want to know about what courses will be available during your time in Stockholm. Be sure to contact the exchange coordinator, email@example.com, early in your planning for more information about the application procedure.
Students from Stockholm University
As a student already at Stockholm University, you can spend part of your education at a foreign university. You can study at one of the Universities for which we have an existing exchange agreement, or you can select your own university. If you are thinking about studying abroad, there are different ways to go about it and you want to be sure you will get course credit, so contact the exchange coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, early in your planning.
List of our partner departments
At the Department of Geological Sciences, we have Erasmus agreements (within the subject Geology/Earth Sciences), with the following Universities:
- Hungary Budapest, Eötvös Loránd University
- Germany Hanover, Leibniz Universität Hannover
- Germany Bochum, Ruhr‐Universität Bochum
- Belgium Ghent, Ghent University
- Greece Athens, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
- Italy Florence, University of Florence
- Italy Turin, University of Turin
- United Kingdom Cardiff, Cardiff University
- United Kingdom Edinburgh, University of Edinburgh
- United Kingdom Glasgow, University of Glasgow
Senior lecturer Rienk Smittenberg, email@example.com
Stockholm University's emergency number
is available 24 hours: +46 (0)8 16 22 16 or +46 (0)8 16 42 00.
Last updated: November 2, 2020
Source: Department of Geological Sciences