Coronavirus – Information for students about exchange/MFS

 

Exchange Studies at the Department of Environmental Science

Studying abroad is a fantastic opportunity for many students to discover the world. Studying abroad not only provides the opportunity to study complementary courses in Environmental Science, but also provides many new life experiences. The experience is often considered a valuable merit when applying for a job, as well as improving students’ language skills.

Many students also find it exciting to experience a different country and culture. There are many opportunities to study abroad, both near and far. Students at Stockholm University can study abroad at one of our partner universities around the world. The Department of Environmental Science has Erasmus agreements with some universities in Europe, and also a faculty agreement with a university in Singapore.

In other respects, Stockholm University has many central agreements with universities all over the world. All students at Stockholm University can apply for these agreements. The Department of Environmental Science has its own agreements.

There are currently Erasmus agreements with three prominent universities in Germany, but several agreements are underway. Sometimes there may also be places left on other scientific institutions’ agreements, so get in touch if you are interested in another agreement. Existing agreements in Environmental Science:

Nanyang Technological University of Singapore

Aachen University in Germany

University of Bayreuth in Germany 

Goethe University in Germany

 

Application

Contact the ACES exchange coordinator to apply for exchange studies at one of the department’s agreements. The deadline for applications for the autumn semester is March 15 (for Nanyang, January 31). The last application date for the spring semester is 15 September (for Nanyang, 15 August applies).

 

Contact

Exchange Coordinator

Karine Elihn Karine.Elihn@aces.su.se

Room V217 in Geovetenskapens hus

 

More information on higher education in Sweden for international students can be found at the web page www.studyinsweden.se.

More information about studying at Stockholm University and application procedures can be found at the Stockholm University’s education pages in English www.su.se/english.

Coordinators

Environmental Science
Karine Elihn
karine.elihn@aces.su.se
08-674 7251