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Autumn term courses 2018

Profile and elective courses

SIMP17 - Introduction to Global Studies

The course aims at providing an understanding of current theories and debates connected to processes of globalisation and transformation. (15 credits)

SIMP25 Gender, Class, Ethnicity and Sexuality

This interdisciplinary course deals with key issues and problems of migration and development as well as different theoretical perspectives developed to increase our understanding of the preconditions for and content of such processes. (15 credits)

SIMP35 Theories and Issues in Development

This interdisciplinary course focuses on problems of poverty and human development. This course deals with key issues and problems of development as well as different theoretical perspectives developed to increase our understanding of the preconditions for and content of development. (15 credits)

SIMS22 Integration: International Relations and the Making of a Global World

This course focuses on the historical origins of the global, international state system in order to better understand challenges facing the world today. (15 credits)

SIMS39 Gender, Global Development and Post-Colonialism

This course is interdisciplinary and addresses issues of gender and development. The course explores central questions and themes that have been critically raised by researchers and activists in the field.   (15 credits)

SIMR41 & SIMR42 - Internship courses

How to apply

If you are a programme student enrolled in one of the Graduate School master's programmes, you will be admitted and registered to the profiile course for your programme in the first term. If you are not a programme student in your first year of studies, you can apply via www.antagning.se 

Please note that the internship courses (SIMR41 and SIMR42) are not open for application online. These courses are only open for students enrolled in Graduate School's master's programmes. More information can be found here.

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Phone: +46-(0)46-222 48 83, +46-(0)46-222 31 30

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Lund University, Box 117
221 00 Lund, Sweden

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Monday 12:30-15:30

Wednesday 10:00-13:00

The student desk will be closed during the summer and will reopen in September.

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