Our students are offered a wide range of study options. Internationalization is a natural and significant part of our activity. As our student you have the opportunity to study, carry out your degree project or do an internship abroad.
We are committed to making sure that the creative meetings at the intersections between research and education will lead to new knowledge for our students, ourselves as well as our partners.
The underlying goal of all programmes is to equip students for the ever-changing labour market – on a national as well as international level – in both the public and the private sectors.
Research in the social sciences is characterized by multidisciplinarity. We conduct research within the fields of democracy development, corruption, children and youth cultures, the living conditions of young people and sustainable working life.
We offer graduate programmes in the fields of sociology, political science, education and social work.
Events at the faculty of social sciences
Studies in Curriculum, Teaching and Evaluation (SITE) The Linnaeus-SITE research group incorporates longstanding and inter-related strands of inquiry within the field Pedagogy and Educational Science.
Project: Understanding Curiculum Reforms Project Members: Daniel Sundberg, Ninni Wahlström Funding Organizations: Vetenskapsrådet Timeframe: 2015 - 2018 Faculty/Department: Faculty of Social…
Project: Reviews of educational research: epistemological, social and political effects This project was finished in 2017. Project information Project members: Daniel Sundberg (Lnu), Ingemar Bohlin,…
Project: Theory-based evaluation of the national curriculum Lgr 11 This project was finished in 2014. Project information Project members: Daniel Sundberg, Ninni Wahlström Funding organizations: IFAU…
News from the Faculty of social sciences
- 25 years after the terrible war – how should Bosnia and Herzegovina be able to heal? News
- New study on unaccompanied refugee minors’ integration News
- Closing ceremony 2020 will be streamed online on 3 June News
- New research indicates that our consideration for the climate comes with a price tag News