Department of Slavic and Baltic Studies, Finnish, Dutch and German
Covid-19 – information for students and staff
We offer courses in Slavic and Baltic studies, Finnish, Dutch and German. Here you can find information about our courses and programmes and your studies with us.
Late application to our courses is open.
The latest information and university positions regarding the new corona virus and the pandemic. The information is updated continuously.
Språkstudion continues with their Language Cafes - online! See the schedule on their website.
Are you studying Swedish in the Low Countries and would you like to practise your Swedish? Are you studying Dutch at Stockholm University looking for a virtual tandem partner in the Low Countries?
Do you want to study more effectively, or improve your skills as a writer or presenter?
Stockholm University provides special pedagogical support to students with long-term disabilities.
Athena is the university's online learning platform, where you can eg. find course material and contact other students on your course. Use your university account to log in.
The department uses Zoom for online teaching.
Important information if something happens at Stockholm University.
Se the departments schedule today and 6 days from today.
Due to the covid-19 outbreak, the Department of Slavic and Baltic Studies, Finnish, Dutch and German has decided to continue with online teaching during the autumn term 2021.
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 Introduction Day is an informative session for international students about to start their studies at the master's level at the Faculty of Humanities.
Join us from wherever you are to learn more about our 75 master's programmes taught in English. The event is free and open to everyone!