Study abroad information autumn 2022
During semesters, we offer a number of information sessions where we provide information on how studies abroad, field studies and internships abroad can become part of your education at Uppsala University.
You are always welcome to contact our international officers with questions, by e-mail or by our drop-in service. You may also book an appointment with our officer at Campus Gotland, Ms. Annika Jörnemark. During application periods we offer Extra support for questions.
On our website on international opportunities, there are written manuals on how to apply for each application type, and for some of the steps in the applications, there are also recorded instructional videos.
In addition to this, we offer programme specific information sessions to student groups upon request from programme coordinators.
General information sessions – autumn 2022
Starting September, we offer a number of webinars on various opportunities regarding studies abroad. Each session includes a presentation and some time for questions, and in most cases follows a drop-in session for one-on-one conversation with one of our officers. The information sessions are usually held in English to accommodate all students.
Please note that pre-registration is required to receive a Zoom-link to each webinar. Check our calendar for seminar topics and registration.
Link to the drop-in session will be provided during the webinars and is the same as the regular drop-in link.
Study Abroad Ambassador's seminars
The Study Abroad Ambassadors hired by the Unit for International Mobilty have experience from studying and doing internships abroad. They plan a couple of sessions this autumn. Let them inspire you and share their advice about applying. Details to be decided and will be published in our calendar.
Book a programme specific information session
Ask your programme coordinator to contact us to book an information session designed for your programme. Annika Jörnemark and Sandra Johansson are happy to provide an overview of exchange opportunities and financing for field studies or traineeships, depending on what each programme has requested us to focus on.
Autumn 2022 application deadlines
The application for:
- the Erasmus Traineeship grant is open 1–15 September, 1–15 November, and 1–15 January. Make sure to apply at least one month before the start of your internship.
- the Minor Field Studies grant is open and closes 30 September for projects that can be completed no later than 10 January 2023. NB! Last chance – the MFS programme closes.
- Exchange studies starting autumn 2023 is open 15 October – 15 November at 15:00.
Extra support and drop-in
For any general och specific questions, or if you need assistance with your application, please email us, or turn to our online drop-in hours, or book an appointment. We always put in extra hours for support during application periods!
Extra drop-in: Friday 11 and Monday 14 Nobember, 13:00–14:00.
Please go to section "Contact us" for other contact information details.
The Unit for International Mobility is responsible for Uppsala University’s student exchanges and for guidance about studies abroad.
- For questions about exchange studies please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For questions about Erasmus traineeship, Erasmus for studies or the International Credit Mobility grant please contact email@example.com.
- For questions about Minor Field Studies please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drop-in via Zoom
Drop-in is offered Tuesdays 11:00–12:00 and Thursdays 13:00–14:00 during semesters, with the exception of public holidays. The first session after the summer break is Thursday 1 September. Please note that the drop-in session on Thursday 6 October is cancelled!
We offer extra drop-in opportunities in connection with the closing of the application for exchange studies: Friday 11 and Monday 14 November at 13:00-14:00.
All drop-in hours are run via Zoom. Please log in using your student account (read about Zoom for students). When you enter the Zoom meeting you will be placed in the waiting room until it is your turn. In the meeting you may use audio and video if you like but may also use the chat function.
International officer Annika Jörnemark offers 30 minutes appointments, mainly during application periods and either on-campus or online.
Check available times and book a meeting.