The School of Global Studies offers education on three levels: first cycle (Bachelor level), second cycle (Master level) and third cycle (PhD level).
Most of the courses at first cycle are in Swedish, but international students within the Erasmus exchange program can choose between six Erasmus courses in English.
At second cycle, international students may choose between several single subject courses or study one of our international Master's programmes.
International students may also apply to or our PhD programs at third cycle.
[10 Dec 2014] Students at School of Global Studies are involved in the collection of money to Musikhjälpen.
[5 Dec 2014] Last day to enter is December 15
[21 Nov 2014] The Brittingham Viking Organization is now offering one scholarship for the academic year of 2015-2016 and one scholarship for summer courses in 2015. The scholarships covers travel to and from the U.S, tuition, accommodation and basic living expenses at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, recognized as a public IVYleague university. The total value of the scholarships is USD 40,000 for the full year scholarship and USD 10,000 for the summer scholarship. You can choose freely what subjects you want to study at the university. Deadline for application: January 20th 2015.
Follow the instructions in the link to apply for your card.
The Student Portal and Student Account
The University of Gothenburg web services for students are assembled in a Student Portal. The site is personalised and you have access to information that concerns you. Futher information about the portal and your account can be found HERE.
GUL is a learning management system at the University of Gothenburg.
GUL is a web-based tool developed to support communication and collaboration between teachers and students. You can find your course on the open pages.
Get a glimpse of what Gothenburg can offer you as a student (film clip).