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Corona - information for students

Dear students, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the department of Romance Studies and Classics, has decided to give our courses web-based during the first part of the autumn semester, ie from 31 August to 2 November. If the circumstances allow, exams will take place as usual at campus and, if not, alternative examinations will be arranged. The preliminary plan is that courses with small student groups can be given on Campus during the second half of the semester, but the situation may change. By September, information about forms of teaching for the remaining part of the semester will be announced on the department's website.

As usual, you can get in touch with the Student Affairs Office via email and telephone until further notice.
Information for students and staff about the coronavirus


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Information for students and staff about the coronavirus

Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities is updated continuously.

Latin American Studies - Courses - Spring 2021

Application, Syllabus & Schedule - NOTE! All schedules on the course pages are preliminary and are updated continuously.

Photo by Kalen Emsley in Canada on Unsplash.

Apply for Sida’s MFS scholarship by 15 October, 2020

Do you want to conduct a field study abroad? Stockholm University students have the opportunity to apply for the Minor Field Studies (MFS) programme funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and conduct a field study in a developing country for a Bachelor's or Master's degree project. Note, in order to apply for an MFS scholarship, you must meet all the admission requirements. You need to be a Swedish citizen or have a permanent residence permit (permanent uppehållstillstånd) in Sweden.

LAGLOBE Students 2019-2020

A unique international master’s programme in Latin American studies

The LAGLOBE Master’s programme “Latin America and Europe in a Global World” spans two continents and three universities. The students are even more diverse and the studies are strikingly interdisciplinary, creating a unique opportunity to learn and better understand the world, say three students at the programme.

The Nordic Institute of Latin American Studies is a research institute at Stockholm University. It conducts and promotes research and teaching on Latin America. Through seminars, invited lecturers, and publications, it disseminates information about current events in the region. The institute has library and documentation services that are open to the public.

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