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Latin American Studies: A multiplicity of methods to understand a dynamic continent

Latin America is changing. New movements and ideas are gaining ground; patterns of trade are altered; poverty decreases. While the continent seeks a place in today’s globalized world, political and economic developments offer opportunities for previously marginalized groups to demand acceptance and rights. Progress notwithstanding, several of the countries on the continent continue to be marked by the inequality and instability that has plagued their pasts.

Applying for our courses and programmes

Applications for courses and programmes at Stockholm University are made through the website www.antagning.se or, for international students, through www.universityadmissions.se Courses in Latin America Studies

Application – a step-by-step guide

You can use this guide to help you make your application for both Master's Programmes and for courses at undergraduate level.

Handbook for International and Exchange Students

Student services, accommodation, student unions, library, health centre, equal treatment, insurance, work during studies, Swedish bank account, et cetera – the Handbook for International and Exchange Students will prepare you for your time as a student at Stockholm University.

Student Affairs Office

Room: B598
E-post: expedition.romklass@su.se
Phone: +46 (0) 8- 16 3436

Office hours:
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 11.30-12.30;

Telephone hours:
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 10-11.

 

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