Indigenous Studies is the study of the culture, tradition and history of indigenous peoples, their encounter with modern society and their quest for recognition. The course provides an introduction to indigenous studies with special emphasis on the circumpolar area.
Starts October 31, 2023
Ends January 14, 2024
Place of study Independent of location
Language of instruction Swedish
Form of study Mixed times, 50%, Distance learning
Number of compulsory meetings 3
Number of other meetings None
Distance learning course structure The teaching is entirely web-based. All communication takes place via the course's learning platform.
The course includes three mandatory online meetings at agreed times, otherwise the study time is flexible.
More detailed information about the course can be found in the welcome letter published around July 12 (link will be included in the admission notice).
Access to a computer with a broadband connection is required to complete the tasks in the course. For information on technical requirements for computer equipment and internet connection, see "Technical requirements for online courses" at www.umu.se/student/sprakstudier/dokument/.
Entry requirements General entry requirements
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