Note that although the calendar currently is filtered, the calendar subscription will be unfiltered.
Please follow these instructions to subscribe to the calendar in Outlook on Windows:
- Copy the calendar link.
- Switch to the calendar view in Outlook.
- Right click My calendars (or Other calendars), select Add calendar, select From Internet.
- In the dialogue that pops up, paste the calendar link.
- Approve the subscription.
The calendar is now available in Outlook. Check the checkbox besides the new calendar to view it.
For Safari on Mac, read these instructions.
In other calendar applications, copy the link and then follow the appropriate procedure.
Drop-in tutorials at the Language Workshop
Are you having trouble getting started on a writing assignment? Or wondering whether you’re allowed to write “I” in an academic text? Would you like to talk about good ways to conclude an oral presentation? Come to a drop-in tutorial at the Language Workshop. For assignments in Swedish or English.
Do it now!
Do you have trouble organising your studies, a hard time getting started, or a tendency to put off tasks? If so, then this Student Health Services' Do it now! group is for you!
Dare to Speak
The course Dare to Speak helps you deal with and get knowledge about what happens in the body and mind when pressure to perform strikes, and teaches you strategies to cope with this.
Webinar about Erasmus Traineeship
Are you considering collecting data or do a traineeship abroad? An Erasmus traineeship grant makes it possible for students to conduct a traineeship or collect data for a thesis or degree project at a company, organisation or university in Europe.
Alumni Days for Game students
Game Alumni Days is an annual event mainly consisting of talks by alumni of the game education.
Opera: Gianni Schicchi
The Royal Academic Orchestra performs Giacomo Puccini's brilliant comedy, the one-act opera Gianni Schicchi. The plot is about the recently deceased Florentine Buoso Donati, whose disinherited relatives hire the prankster Gianni Schicchi to help them get a share of the legacy. Beautiful melodies, e.g. O mio babbino caro, and intricate ensembles mixed with excitement and musical humor.