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Södertörn University offers courses and programmes in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Technology, as well as teacher education with an intercultural profile. A number of our courses and programmes are multidisciplinary and are the result of cooperation between different subjects. To ensure that our students develop the expertise demanded by the labour market, new programmes are often developed in partnership with industry representatives.
Södertörn University offers Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral courses and programmes (first, second and third cycle). The courses and programmes available in English at Bachelor's and Master's levels are presented below, as well as the university's schools and departments. The university's research courses and programmes are presented in the above Research tab.
Education and research at Södertörn University is organised into six schools. All subjects, programmes and centres belong to a school, which is responsible for all activities, including staff, students, financing, premises and the work environment. The Head of School is the director and leads the academic and educational activities. Teacher education belongs to the School of Culture and Education, but has its own director and administration. The teachers are contracted from other schools at the university.
We conduct research and education in Archaeology, Archive Studies, Ethnology, History, History of Ideas and the Study of Religions, as well as hosting the MARIS research centre and the Institute of Contemporary History.