This unique course is an excellent opportunity for students to study, from a variety of perspectives and disciplines, the transformational changes currently taking place across the Arctic region.
Who? Students who have general entry requirements and 120 hp in one of the following fields: technology, natural science, architecture, history, environmental history, history of ideas, economic history, political science, anthropology, sociology, ethnology, literature, archaeology or human geography.
When? The course starts early june and runs over the summer.
More information to come on how to apply for the 2023 course!
The course is covered by a tuition fee for those KTH students who are liable to pay. However, the course can be included in the already paid tuition fee for the program, if it is included in the study plan as an elective course. Please talk to your study counselor to get information what applies in your specific case.
Each student is expected to pay 6000 sek. This is to cover some of the costs of travel and accomodation.