Basic Sweden - Intercultural and comparative perspectives on Sweden
- Date: –17:30
- Location: Campus Gotland D24 or via Zoom
- Lecturer: Stefan Myrgård
- Organiser: Campus Gotland
- Contact person: Stefan Myrgård
- Phone: 018-471 8296, 0498-108296
'Cultures, traditions and religions. Core Values and democratic institutions.'
Living in another country can be a daunting experience. Uppsala University - Campus Gotland invites international students to join a seminar series focusing on the nitty-gritty of living in Sweden. During 4 seminars, all taking place on Mondays in March, we will talk about “key features” of Sweden and discuss cultural differences and other issues related to everyday life.
Due to the coronavirus, Basic Sweden in the spring 2021 edition will
-be online via Zoom
-or in lecture hall D24 at Campus Gotland.
Eight (8) students can attend Basic Sweden in D24, but you still have to bring your own laptop to connect to Zoom.
Please sign up asap at the the reception desk at Campus (Monday-Friday, 8:00-16:00) or email to seminar leader Stefan Myrgård: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you are registered, Stefan will provide the link to Zoom!
1 March: 'Sweden A-Z. Living in Sweden, all you need to know…'
8 March: 'Educational systems in Sweden. Pedagogical traditions.'
15 March: 'Cultures, traditions and religions. Core Values and democratic institutions.'
22 March: 'Future of Sweden. Towards an Intercultural and International society…or?'