Information

Education at the Department of Government during Autumn 

LECTURES ON CAMPUS OCTOBER ONWARDS

In August, the Department of Government decided that all lectures would be given digitally, whereas seminars in most cases would be taking place on campus, until the end of September. As the Swedish Government now has decided to ease restrictions on private and public gatherings and events from September 29:th onwards, we no longer see that the potential for infections at our lectures will have any impact on the spread of the virus in society at large. We have therefore decided that lectures too, starting October 1:st, will be given on campus. Some of the guidelines for students as well as teachers will, however, remain in effect:

  1. If you feel poorly – do not at­tend the seminars or lectures, stay at home! We will ensure that there are ways of compensating for absence from mandatory parts of the courses.
  2. Check your e-mail and log on to Studium frequently. If a teacher wakes up in the morning feeling poorly, the lecture or seminar can be transferred to zoom on short notice. Our experiences from the Spring-semester indicate that this transition is fairly un-complicated, but this presupposes that everyone is aware of it taking place. If the teacher is too unwell for teaching at all, including at a distance, we will of course ensure that the session is held at a later date, just as in pre-pandemic times.
  3. It is important that everyone, teachers as well as students, take even mild symp­toms of ill health seriously.

We also urge you to hang in there for the last stretch, until the end of September. It would be highly unfortunate if a drastic increase in the infection-rates during September should force us to re-consider the return to normality that we have all been looking forward to.

This decision has been made by the Director of Studies and the Heads of Department in unison. Any ques­tions or opinions should therefore be directed to us, rather than to the teachers responsible for the courses you are taking.

Student at the Department of Government

Students at a seminar

DIGITAL EDUCATION AT UPPSALA UNIVERSITY

Study Guidance
at the Department of Government, also information regarding studying with disabilities.

Essay-writing
Useful information on how to write your Master's Thesis.

Practical Information
for Uppsala University students.

The cronavirus
Read about Uppsala University's recommendations

Student Portal

6 - 20 December

You can sign-up for the Thesis Seminars between 6 and 20 December. You have to be registered to be able to sign up through Studium.

If you are not registered and wants to participate send an e-mail to the student office (statsvet@statsvet.uu.se) as soon as possible.

Times and instructions applies for both the bachelor- and master thesis courses.

22-30 December (deadline closes at 10:00)

You hand in your thesis by uploading it on Studium, possible from 22 December at aprox. 12:00. Deadline is no later than 30 December at 10:00.
 

10-14 January

If you want to participate send an e-mail expeditionen@statsvet.uu.se to get re-registered to the course. You need to be registered to access the registration and hand-in in Studium.

DiVA

DiVA – Academic Archive Online - is Uppsala University's system for electronic publishing and for registering publications produced by researchers, teachers and students. When the thesis is approved you have to publish it in DiVA. Your grade will be registered in Ladok after the publication.

Defenses in March 2022. Registration and hand-in some weeks before.

More information with specific times will be posted here shortly.

If you want to participate send an e-mail expeditionen@statsvet.uu.se to get re-registered to the course. You need to be registered to access the registration and hand-in in Studium.

  • Sign-up for Thesis seminars

    6 - 20 December

    You can sign-up for the Thesis Seminars between 6 and 20 December. You have to be registered to be able to sign up through Studium.

    If you are not registered and wants to participate send an e-mail to the student office (statsvet@statsvet.uu.se) as soon as possible.

    Times and instructions applies for both the bachelor- and master thesis courses.

  • Handing in of Thesis

    22-30 December (deadline closes at 10:00)

    You hand in your thesis by uploading it on Studium, possible from 22 December at aprox. 12:00. Deadline is no later than 30 December at 10:00.
     

  • Thesis seminars

    10-14 January

    If you want to participate send an e-mail expeditionen@statsvet.uu.se to get re-registered to the course. You need to be registered to access the registration and hand-in in Studium.

  • Register your Thesis in DiVA

    DiVA

    DiVA – Academic Archive Online - is Uppsala University's system for electronic publishing and for registering publications produced by researchers, teachers and students. When the thesis is approved you have to publish it in DiVA. Your grade will be registered in Ladok after the publication.

  • Upcoming seminars

    Defenses in March 2022. Registration and hand-in some weeks before.

    More information with specific times will be posted here shortly.

    If you want to participate send an e-mail expeditionen@statsvet.uu.se to get re-registered to the course. You need to be registered to access the registration and hand-in in Studium.

Contact the Student Office

Visiting address: Gamla Torget 6, 7th Floor
Please note, the student Office is closed for visitors until 30 September.

Office hours from 1 October:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 09:30 – 11:30 and 13:00 – 15:00.
Wednesday only 13:00 – 15:00.

E-mail: statsvet@statsvet.uu.se

Telephone hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 09:30 – 11:30 and 13:00 – 15:00.
Wednesday only 13:00 – 15:00.

Telephone: +46 18 471 12 06

Postal address

Statsvetenskapliga institutionen
Box 514
751 20 Uppsala

Reception Östra Ågatan 19

Reception opening hours 

Telephone: +46 18471 70 40
Email: reception@gamlatorget.uu.se

Last modified: 2021-09-23