Department of Economic History and International Relations

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24 December 2018 - 2 January 2019

Visiting the department during the holidays is by appointment only. If you have an urgent matter, please contact staben@ekohist.su.se.

Important dates!

 

Admission Round One for Swedish and EU Applicants: 11 December
It is imperative that you say yes to keep your place either in the course or on the reserve list. 
Once students fall off the list, you must then make a late application. 

Admission Round Two for Swedish and EU Applicants: 20 December

VT2019 Spring Web Registration for both the ground and advanced levels will be 7-9 January 2019
If you have any problems, please contact the department.
Problems will begin to be handled on 10 January.
If we have not heard from you by 10 January, we will assume you are not coming and your place will go to a reserve student. 
Reserves will begin to be contacted 10 January.
Any problems with registration during the above dates will be reported on our website.

Lisa Dellmuth

Lisa Dellmuth has received funding from Formas

Lisa Dellmuth has received 9.7 million SEK for her project on "Glocalizing Climate Governance: The Role of Integrated Governance for a Just and Legitimate Adaptation to Climate Security Risks" from Formas in the "National Research Programme on Climate Future Pathways".

Elin Jakobsson

First PhD in Sweden in the subject of International Relations

Elin Jakobsson is the first PhD in the subject area of International Relations in the Department of Economic History and International Relations

International Admissions Round - 6 April

International applicants who have been accepted to the Global Political Economy Program should receive their result on Friday 6 April. Accepted students are asked to email the department at masterstudenter@ekohist.su.se confirming their intention to begin the program next fall. Further instructions will be sent in email during week 14.
 
Any students who have not confirmed by 20 April will be assumed to be not coming and their place will go to a reserve student. Students who have chosen another course of study or changed their minds are also asked to contact us so that their place may go to a reserve student. Reserve students will begin to be contacted following 20 April.
 
If at any time an accepted student’s plans change and you will not be attending, please do us the courtesy of notifying us so that your place may go to a reserve student. 
 
Questions regarding the International Admission Round will begin to be handled on 9 April.
 
Deadline for confirmation of International Program Admission is 20 april.

Late application starts July 14th

Late application will start being accepted on July 14th.

Applications are processed through universityadmissions.se.

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