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Social Sciences

Interior from Södertörn UniversityWe conduct research and education in Business Studies, International Relations, Journalism, Economics, Public Law, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology and Political Science.

Study Information Desks for Social Sciences

You are welcome to meet with administrators for the courses and programmes offered by the School of Social Sciences at our Study Information Desk.

The subjects, programmes and courses taught at the School of Social Sciences can be found under the Subject tab in the above menu.

The Study Information Desk can provide you with information about  your studies and provide the following services:

  • Submission of take-home exams and assignments.
  • Collection of examination papers. You must show your ID or SH-card to be able to sign out your exam paper. Examination papers are saved for two years from the exam date.
  • Collection and submission of forms for approved leave from studies/non-completion and credit transfer
  • Re-registration for courses. If you are going to re-sit an exam or participate in courses you were registered for during previous semesters, you must re-register. Re-registration is necessary for your results to be registered in Ladok.

Contact Details and Opening Hours

The Study Information Desk is located in room ME 509.

Business Studies

Business Law Urban Social Work
 Political Science  

 Public Law

Tel: +46 (0) 8 608 41 55  











Opening hours: Mon-Thu 12.30pm – 3pm

Telephone hours: Mon-Thu 1.30pm – 2.30pm

Exceptions from normal opening hours

The study information desk is closed on public holidays and on days when opening hours conflict with important staff meetings. Dates can be found to the right.


You can also contact...

... Student Service. Sometimes the phone lines to the study information desks can be very busy, making it difficult to get through. If you have simple questions relating to education and admissions, Södertörn University's information service, the Student Help Line, can often answer them. You can call the Student Help Line on: +46 (0)8 608 3200, or e-mail: studentservice@sh.se. The Student Help Line is open Monday to Friday, year round, 9.00–12.00 and 12.30–15.00.

... the Academic Secretaries. If you have specific questions regarding studies and/or registration you may also contact the Academic Secretary responsible for your course or programme. For more information see the Staff tab in the above menu.

... Career and Study Guidance Advisors. If you would like to discuss your educational choices or your study situation, you can contact the careers and study guidance advisor that is linked to your programme or subject. All matters discussed with career and study guidance advisors are confidential.




Business Studies and Business Law: fek@sh.se
Journalism: journalistik@sh.se
Economics: nek@sh.se
Political Science: statsvetenskap@sh.se
Public law: offentligratt@sh.se
Sociology: sociologi@sh.se
Psychology: psykologi@sh.se
Social work: socialtarbete@sh.se
Pvp: pvp@sh.se
IMER: imer@sh.se

Opening hours:
Monday - Thursday: 12.30pm - 3pm
Phone hours:
Monday - Thursday: 1.30pm - 2.30pm
170626 - 170808: 10am - 11am.

Deviations from opening hours


14 February open 12-30 - 13.30
18 April open 12.30 - 13.30
30 April open 12.30 - 13.30
30 May closed
6 June closed
20 june open 12.30 - 13.30