Incoming exchange students

The Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies is one of Stockholm University's profile areas, which means that the department is nationally-leading in research concerning archaeology. At the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies we offer one course at bachelor level and PhD degrees in four different subjects.

The application process for exchange students is different from that for other international students. First you contact your home university and ask for the application procedure and deadlines.

If you have been nominated for exchange studies at The Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies by your home university you will receive a Letter of Acceptance, a course application form, a registration form along with other important information by e-mail. The course application form should be returned by e-mail to anne.hofmann@su.se by the deadline stated on it. You should also send a transcript of records listing previous studies.

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Coronavirus - Information for inbound exchange students

 

From 2014/15 the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies have exchange agreements (Eramsus +) with following universities:

Universitetet i Wroclaw, Polen
University of Oslo, Norge
Tübingen University, Tyskland
Universitetet i Tromsö, Norges Arktiske Universitet
University of Oulu, Finland
New Bulgarian University, Bulgarien
University of Trondheim, Norge
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Ungern
Université Paris-Sorbonne, Frankrike
Université de Poitiers, Frankrike
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Grekland
University of Birmingham, Storbritannien
Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen Nürnberg
Masaryk University Brno, Tjeckien

Through the Erasmus+ student exchange, you will not have to pay any additional student fees and you will also be granted a scholarship.

For more information contact Anne Hofmann (anne.hofmann@su.se)

 

We know there is a lot to think about before moving to a new country for studies, that's why we have collected some useful information that will help you make sure everything is in order before your departure to Sweden.

Follow the Pre-departure to-do list and you will have everything in order before you depart to Stockholm University!

To get started with you studies follow the checklist for new students.

Get to know our beautiful Stockholm city before you arrive!

 

Handbook for international and exchange students

Study at Stockholm University


 

Learning Swedish

Why not take the opportunity to learn Swedish while in Sweden? There are several options to consider.

The Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism give courses for International Students.

Swedish for International Students

A more informal way of learning Swedish is to take part in the Language cafe. While having a cup of coffee or tea you speak to native speakers and other learners. The cafes are run by student native speakers on a voluntary basis.

The Language cafes

The Swedish Institute give free Swedish courses online. At the same time as learning the language you also get insights into Swedish culture and society.

Kanelbullar. Humanistdagen, Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur

Learning Swedish

 

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