Advanced level courses

Advanced Level Courses

The courses offer advanced studies in anthropological theory and method, as well as specialization through a wide selection of elective courses. The Master’s Thesis takes up a whole term.

For some courses and for the Master’s Thesis you need credits in social anthropology at basic or advanced levels, as indicated in the course descriptions. In order to get a degree, you must fulfil existing criteria, including a Bachelor’s degree of at least 180 credits or equivalent.

The selection of courses varies from term to term.

Contact us

Director of studies, advanced level
Eva-Maria Hardtmann
E-mail: eva-maria.

Phone: +46 (0)8 16 32 02, Room: B650
Office hours: By appointment

Study counsellor
Marie Larsson
Phone: +46 (0)8 16 33 76, Room: B678
Phone hours: same as office hours
Office hours: Tues and Thur 12-3 pm

Student office
Peter Skoglund
Phone: +46 (0)8 16 33 77, Room: B621
Phone hours: Mon-Thur 2-3 pm
Office hours: Mon-Thur 1-3 pm

Director of studies, basic level
Ivana Maček
Phone: +46 (0)8 674 75 36, Room: B636
Office hours: By appointment

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Entry requirements

To apply for the Master’s program in Social Anthropology you need a BA in Social Anthropology or equivalent in the Social or Cultural Sciences, and proof of English language competence. To apply for the Creole program you need a BA in Social Anthropology, and proof of English language competence. How can I meet the English proficiency requirement?

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