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Guided walking tour with university guide Mikael Norrby
Walk with the university guide Mikael Norrby around medieval Visby and learn
about the towns amazing history.
Lecture on history of Gotland
The University guide Mikael Norrby will give a brief lecture on Gotland history.
Autumn semester starts
The autumn semester 2019 starts 2 September.
Campus Gotland Welcome Reception
Welcome Reception for all new students at Campus Gotland, Monday 2 September at 14:00.
Uppsala Transdisciplinary Seminar in Education and Sustainable Development (TRUST)
"Minitsukeru – encouraging care for nature among children."
Guided trips with the tourist train
On Friday 6 September you can take a tour around Visby's medieval wall with the Visby train, a small tourist train, and get to experience Visby's amazing history (recorded guiding in both Swedish and English).
Information session about studies abroad
Do you want to study courses abroad for 1 or 2 semesters? The application for exchange studies commencing in the autumn 2020 is open 22 October - 22 November.
Guided bus tour for new students
Campus Gotland offers a guided bus tour on the northern part of Gotland to new students.
Carl Lindahl: "Re-creating the Paradise Built in Hell"
Open Guest Lecture
Guest lecture: Prehistoric Earthen Architecture in Erdaojingzi
This seminar presents a range of forms and technologies of the earthen buildings at EDJZ, and discusses its important contribution to the understanding of earthen architecture in Eurasia.
Lunch seminar: Energy transition on Gotland
An lunch seminar on a current issue - and sandwiches with registration!
Conference - Sustainable Tourism in the Digital World
Tourism and Cultural heritage
Open lecture in connection to the conference Sustainable tourism in the digital world.
Implementation of Tracking Technologies for Sustainable Tourism Management and Planning
Open lecture in connection to the conference Sustainable tourism in the digital world Conference. Professor Shoval will give a speech on how tracking technology can be in research on tourism management and planning.