Minor Field Studies

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What is Minor Field Studies?

Minor Field Studies (MFS) is a scholarship programme for field studies in developing countries.

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Are you eligible to the Minor Field Studies-programme?

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Here you find instructions on how to apply to Minor Field Studies.

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Supervisor and contact person

An MFS-study requires both an academic supervisor at Stockholm University and a contact person in field (in the host country).

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Selection and decision

When the application round has closed the selection process starts. This is mainly done on departemental level.

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MFS preparatory course

All students awarded with an MFS-scholarship must attend a preparatory course.


Changes to our opening hours:

Easter: March 29 - April 2: CLOSED

April 3 and April 13 (week 14 and 15): No opening hours

For urgent matters, please book a time for a visit by e-mailing: studentutbyte@su.se

For regular opening hours, please see below


Departmental agreements/Erasmus

Central university-wide agreements
International Office
Studenthuset, Universitetsvägen 2 B
Email: exchange@su.se

Drop-in opening hours
International Office:

Tuesday: 10:00-12:30
Thursday: 13:00-15:00



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