Photo: Stockholm university, Jens Olof Lasthein

Programme

09.00 Welcome to Stockholm University and the Faculty 
Professor Barbro Blehr, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, welcomes you to the Faculty

09.05 Opportunities when studying a programme at the Faculty
Vendela Blomström, Director of Studies, and our host for the day, introduce the wide range of opportunities offered when studying for your master's degree at Sweden's largest Faculty of Humanities.

09.30 What can the student counsellors do for you?
Did you know that each department has at least one student counsellor? Helena Engler, student counsellor, Department of English, will let you know how their skills can benefit you and what support they have to offer. 

09.50 Influence your studies!
Stockholm University Student Union (SUS) is Sweden's largest student union and their main purpose is to monitor and participate in the development of education and the conditions for studies at Stockholm University.

10.00 Break

10.15 Discussion about experiences when studying at the master's level

Panel discussion with our master's students who will share their experiences of the master's programme and let you know how to best combine studies and social life in Stockholm. 

11.00 Study skills and academic writing support 
The Academic Writing Service provide study skills and academic writing support for all students at Stockholm University.

11.10 Language Learning Resource Centre (Språkstudion)
Whether you'd like to learn Swedish, Czech, Korean or perhaps teach your native language to new friends, the language resource centre Språkstudion introduces you to some of its many social activities offered to students at Stockholm University.


11.20 The Humanities Faculty Club (Humanistiska föreningen) 
The Humanities Faculty Club at Stockholm University give you a short presentation of their wide range of activities.
 

Registration

Registration required. In your confirmation you will be provided with a link to the online event in Zoom. The registration will open on Thursday 24 June. Register here.

For questions, please contact Faculty Secretary Yliali Asp


Please note that the Introduction Day complements the specific departments master’s introduction. It is therefore important to attend both.