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Programmes and Courses in English

Stand alone courses and degree programmes at the Department of Sociology

We offer a wide variety of English courses and programmes at the bachelor/undergraduate and master levels. They are presented on this page. Go to our Swedish website to see our courses and programmes in Swedish.

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Stand alone courses

Last application date for autumn courses is about 15 April each year. For courses starting autumn 2022 the last date to apply is 19 April.

Last application date for spring courses is about 15 October each year.

Courses in sociology and social anthropology from bachelor to masters level. The courses vary in length from 10 and 15 up to 30 credits.

Undergraduate/Bachelor courses

Master courses

You must have passed the bachelor's (undergraduate) level to be eligible for master courses on the advanced level.

Advanced level courses provide you with the opportunity for a deeper academic understanding, both by broadening your subject knowledge and giving you the opportunity to further specialize.


Bachelor's programme

Application period October-January

Master's programmes

Application period October-January

Our own Master's programmes:

Master's programmes in collaboration

PhD studies

Postgraduate Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology.


Please note: The department's English courses and programmes are presented here on this page (our English website). To see a complete list, including the department's Swedish courses and programmes, please visit our Swedish website www.soc.lu.se/utbildning.


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