Research is carried out at several institutes, dedicated to areas such as migration, drug problems, ageing and health, and health and equality. Both quantitative and qualitative methods are used to create a solid foundation for an active debate about our society, as well as for decision-making and planning.
The faculty offers programmes and individual courses within 50 different subject areas ranging from archaeology, ethnology, philosophy, history and languages to aesthetic subjects such as film, art, literature, music, fashion and theatre. Our education and research maintain a high standard within a wide range of subjects and many research groups find themselves at the cutting edge of their field of inquiry.
The Faculty of Law is the largest in Sweden and has established collaborative connections with 71 law schools from around the world. Each year the faculty welcomes over 200 international students, who all contribute to the culturally diverse and vibrant study life at the university. The Faculty of Law offers the following master’s programmes.
The faculty, which offers top-class education, hosts a number of programmes and courses in English, primarily at master’s level. The aim of the faculty is to be internationally prominent in both research and education; to offer education based on results from, and in connection with, scientific research; and to meet society’s need for scientific knowledge and skills.