All students and staff at Stockholm University are advised to follow the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs’ (UD) recommendation to refrain from travels to the parts of China affected by the new coronavirus. Stockholm University is monitoring the situation and follows the information and recommendations of the Swedish Public Health Agency and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding this matter.
Over 400 new international students were welcomed to Stockholm University during our arrival days and welcome events at the start of the new term.
– I haven’t had time to discover Stockholm yet as I’ve been so busy hanging out with new friends at the university, Polish exchange student Michal Jedrzejczak said as he attended the welcome fair at Orientation Day for international students on 21 January.
The number of applications for international master’s programmes at Stockholm University has reached an all-time high.
The new SID files are now available for SAS. They are valid from now until 31 May 2020.
We are currently experiencing technical problems with the search function in our digital course catalogue. This means that not all courses and programmes are shown in search results.
25 international students from seven countries came to Stockholm University for a special Nobel week programme. They are members of National Society of High School Scholars and all have great interest in the Nobel Prize and academic research.
The Alumni Relations at Stockholm University had the pleasure of inviting alumnus and students at the Lucia celebration.
The Students’ Nobel NightCap is the unofficial afterparty to the Nobel Banquet. It is Stockholm University Student Union’s turn to organise the festivities this time around.
Stockholm University now has a new agreement for SPSS, and the new activation codes are available.
Computer room Lantis will be closed November 27 – December 18 due to Nobel NightCap. During this time, you can use one of the other computer rooms on campus.
Alicia Kurimska from the US wanted to find out more about Stockholm University and the study programmes taught in English.
Apple recently launched the new operating system Catalina. This has caused problems for some software programs, including SPSS.
Watch this video to see how we welcome our international students to Stockholm University.
If you are a new international student, don't miss the chance to attend this welcoming event on 13 October at the wellknown City Hall!
Our agreement with SPSS expired on August 30, and the new activation codes are delayed due to further framework contract negotiations.
We are now taking the next step in the Webb2021 project by launching new education web pages at su.se and su.se/english with an entirely new structure, navigation and design as well as with revised content.