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Other "Sweden Alumni Events" worldwide
Apart from events organized by Uppsala University, our alumni volunteers and our alumni chapters worldwide, there are also a number of "Sweden Alumni Events" taking place each year all over the world.
Tokyo: Exhibition “The Art of Natural Science in Sweden — Treasures from Uppsala University"
The second of the “Intermediatheque Natural History Series,” this exhibition is a precious opportunity for audiences in Japan to appreciate the heritage of great Swedish scientists: Rudbeck, Linnaeus and Thunberg.
Florist Linnea Persson and photographer Peter Ericsson display photo art where parts of plants make an imaginative fauna grow. Prints, cards and other merchandise are sold in the Linnaeus Garden shop.
May and September: Tuesday-Sunday, 11-17
June-August: Monday-Sunday 11-17
Closed June 22 (Midsummer's Eve)
Guided Tours at Gustavianum
During May Gustavianum’s student guides offer visitors open guided tours with a new theme each Saturday and Sunday. Come and hear exciting tales from the University’s history, see unique objects and learn more about the traditions of today’s students.
Exchange studies: Last minute help with your application
The deadline to apply for exchange studies through the International Office for studies starting in spring 2019 is May 15.
Welcome to the fourth ClimateExistence conference May 7-9 in Sigtuna! The focus is on the existential, societal, psychological, philosophical and artistic aspects of the climate crisis. The conference is hosted and organised by CEMUS and the Sigtuna Foundation. Registration with fee is required to participate.
The Power of Drawings: Between Refuge and Home
Art exhibition, have a look at the world from refugee children’s perspective. Join our closing event and learn more about their experiences.
Closing Event Date: May 9th, 2018 between 16:00-18:00.
Guest Speaker: dr. Andreas Önver Cetrez
Explore space with VR
Now you’ve got the chance to go out in space with both your feet on the ground!