Our courses and programmes

We offer a number of courses at different levels in French, Italian, Ancient Greek, Modern Greek and Latin: beginners, basic, advanced and research tuition.
Approximately 1400 students take courses at the department each year. There are approx. 20 doctoral students.

Courses in French and Italian are normally conducted in these languages. Knowledge of Swedish is required for studies in most of the courses.

Exchange students
The basic requirement for entering Stockholm University (SU) as an exchange student is that you have been accepted as an exchange student through a formal exchange programme or similar agreement between your university and SU.

In the first instance, prospective exchange students should approach the relevant international exchange co-ordinator in their home department. It is normally the home department that decides which student to send to Stockholm University. The co-ordinator at the host department at Stockholm University then makes the final acceptance of the student/s/.
Our exchange coordinators and agreements

Visiting students
If you are a visiting student, also called "free-mover or "Independent student" (i.e. outside an exchange agreement between universities), please contact the Admission Office in order to discuss eligibility and an appropriate application procedure.
Information on application and admissions



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