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.
[9 Dec 2013] Friday December 20th the Student Office at the School of Global Studies will close for the upcoming holidays. We will open again on Tuesday January 7th with regular opening hours. Happy holidays! Student Office
[3 Dec 2013] The Society of International Affairs happily invites you to an exciting lecture on the conflict in Syria, with a particular focus on the chemical weapons attack. William Morris is the Secretary General of the Next Century Foundation for Peace. With its headquarters in London, and branches across the Middle East, the Next Century Foundation for Peace is an organisation that operates in various conflict zones across the world. When? Thursday, December 5, 16:30-18:00 Where? Auditorium Sappören, Sprängkullsgatan 25
[20 Nov 2013] WFP is seeking interns to the Nordic Liaison Office in Copenhagen, for the period between the 27th of January 2014 until the 1st of August 2014.
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.
GUL is a recently introduced learning management system at the University of Gothenburg.
GUL is a web-based tool developed to support communication and collaboration between teachers and students.
Get a glimpse of what Gothenburg can offer you as a student (film clip).