About our courses and programs

About our courses and programmes

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History of the Holocaust, 7.5 hp/ECTS

Freestanding course:

The aim of the course is to offer an introduction into the study of the Holocaust, the destruction of the European Jews, its causes and mechanisms. The course is given once a year during the spring semester, day-time. The course is a free-standing course for beginners, but priority is given to exchange students. The course can be used in a Bachelor's degree.

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History: Swedish History from a Nordic Perspective, 7.5 hp/ECTS

Freestanding course:

The course includes an overview of Nordic history from the Viking Age to the present. The students will learn about selected topic for discussions in historical theory as well as to train historical argumentation. The course is given once a year in the autumn semester, day-time. The course is a free-standing course for beginners, but priority is given to exchange students. The course can be used in a Bachelor's degree.

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Swedish Politics - Past and Present, 7.5 hp/ECTS

Freestanding course:


The course provides an introduction to Swedish politics. The political system in general, the constitution, the government and the political parties are discussed in a historical as well as in a contemporary perspective. The course is given once a year in the spring semester, day-time. The course is a free-standing course for beginners, but priority is given to exchange students. The course can be used in a Bachelor's degree.

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