During your studies

Are you currently studying at the Department of Social Anthropology? Here you will find some useful information for your studies.

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Here you can find information about student health services, IT fo students, registration, schedules and literature, rules and guidelines, student council and other useful information. If any questions occur please contact our student office


When you have been admitted and confirmed your interest, you need to register for the course. Register at the Department of Social Anthropology in person. Student office. Room B621. Make sure to bring your ID!

Registration dates

Normally, you need to register one week before the term starts. If you are taking a course that begins later on during the term you need to be registrated no later than a week before your course begins.


Here you can find information about style guides, gradings and information on plagiarism.

Style guide


Information on plagiarism



On these pages you can find information about IT for students. Learn about digital tools and services, how to get access to wifi, IT support, computer rooms and a lot more.


Here we provide information related to your health and study environment. You can read about student health services, insurance and also find out what to do in case of an emergency.


The digital science archive, DIVA, is a publishing tool used for electronic registration, publication and archiving of publications from different universitites.

Once your thesis is published it will become searchable in DIVA and via search engines such as Google and the library system Libris. Others will then be able to read your work.

You can search the Stockholm University DIVA here

In order to register your thesis, you log onto the DIVA platform using your university account and password.

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The Student Council of Social Anthropology is the student union body for student governance at the Department.

The Student Council represents the interests of students in different bodies. It organizes academic and social events: pubs, parties, film screenings and lectures.

The Student Council is open to all students at the Department. For this to work effectively, it is of course desirable that as many people as possible get involved in Student Council. Since we are in a permanent build-up phase, there are great opportunities to make a difference.

Welcome to the Student Council!

Contact Information:

E-mail: socialantropologi@gmail.com
Student Council's website
Student Council on Facebook
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