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Programmes, First Cycle

The education offered at universities and university colleges always takes the form of courses, but there are nevertheless two ways to study. Either a student combines independent courses for a degree, or a student follows a programme where most of the courses are determined in advance. In both cases studies lead up to a Bachelor´s or Master’s degree. Full time studies during an academic year include 60 higher education credits (HEC)

Bachelor´s Programmes

The links are to the course catalogue of University of Gothenburg (the information is with a few exceptions in Swedish)

Culture

Specializations in either Art and Visual Art studies, Childrens and Youths Culture, Cultural Science, Ethnology, Film Studies, Gender Science or Musicology. (In Swedish)

Cultural heritage

Specializations in either Archaeology, Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, Ethnology or History. (In Swedish)

Internationational Languages

Specializations in two languages. First language choice is either English, French, German, Spanish, Arabic or Japanese, for your second language also Chinese, Italian or Russian are available (The language of Instruction is Swedish)

Swedish Language Consultancy

English Specialization available. (The language of Instruction is Swedish)

Liberal Arts

(In Swedish) Unique education in the Northern countries.

Theology

For training to work as a minister/pastor in the Church of Sweden or other denominations. (In Swedish)

Cooperation with other faculties

Courses in the humanities are included also in programmes which are offered in collaboration with other faculties

The links are to the index pages of the faculties concerned. In some cases the information is in Swedish.

See also

Page Manager: Gunilla Johnander Parlenvi|Last update: 12/18/2014
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