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Welcome to our Single-Subject Courses in Gender Studies!

We are very glad that you have found your way to Gender Studies and our single-subject courses at advanced level! Here you can study both on full-time and part-time basis. The teaching will mainly be organized online – seminars, lectures and tutorials – via the system Adobe Connect Pro, and combined with intensive face-to-face weeks on campus at Linköping University, Sweden. Exact dates for the face-to-face weeks as well as teaching schedule for the online classroom will be available on our website or Learning platform later.

If you prefer to study full time, we can offer as single-subject courses, most of the courses included in The Master’s Programme “Gender Studies – Intersectionality and Change” (60/120 ECTS). This implies that you will study the courses alongside with the programme students in a creative and stimulating environment. Please, click on the single-subject courses you are interested in, on the left side menu for more information.

Tema Genus at Linköping University is a nationally and internationally known research environment. We are classified as one of three EXCELLENT gender units in Sweden by the Swedish Research Council.

Since 1999, Tema Genus has been a creative and dynamic environment in which to engage in interdisciplinary research and graduate studies. Our researchers, teachers and graduate students come from around the world: From Istanbul to Tokyo, From Teheran to Helsinki. In our new training from undergraduate level to advanced level, we combine Tema Genus research excellence with new pedagogical approaches and practices, under the motto "Changing Gender Studies, Gender Studies for Change".


Director of studies

If you have any questions regarding our undergraduate education; please contact me:  Anna Lundberg anna.a.lundberg@liu.se

To apply: universityadmissions.se



Student Counselor

Rebecca Olsson


Ida Ekström




Alma Persson 




Elisabeth Samuelsson 




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Last updated: Fri Oct 27 12:55:13 CEST 2017