International

The world at our students’ fingertips

Whether through internships, exchanges or field research courses, our students discover the world during their program.

The Faculty has granted approximately $380, 000 for the management and support of international activities offered to our students.

In summer 2018, 54 undergraduate and master’s students participated in a field research course:

  • Adelaide, Australia: 14
  • Mainz, Germany: 16
  • Mexico City, Mexico: 12
  • Ziguinchor, Senegal: 12

In 2017-2018, 73 bachelor’s and master’s students participated in an international internship:

  • Africa: 19
  • Asia: 28
  • Europe: 11
  • North America: 2
  • South America: 13

In 2016-2017, 165 students participated in an international exchange.

The 2018 student delegation representing Sweden of the Model United Nations Course won the Distinguished Delegation award, 3 Outstanding Position Paper in Committee awards in the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference.

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