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|Comparative literature I, lecture||Language I,|
At the Scandinavian Institute, you attend traditional university lectures along with all the other students from your year of enrolment. Most of the teaching, however, is in the form of classroom lessons, where you and your reading group have the opportunity to study a subject in depth and prepare presentations under supervision. You subsequently make a presentation to the rest of the class.
Your studies in Scandinavian languages and literature involve both preparation and teaching. As a university student, you are expected to gradually get better at studying more independently. You find that being a university student is a full-time job. When you begin your studies, you are encouraged to become part of a reading group. You prepare for lessons and make presentations with your reading group, which becomes a focal point in your academic and social life.
The institute has a strong tradition for associations in which students plan study-related and social events. As a member of an association, you can contribute to daily life with your fellow students. Click here for more information.
The Faculty of Humanities also organises lectures, dissertation defence, intro days, seminars and sports days. See the calendar for information about the current programme.