I would recommend that students studying anthropological coursework at the University, namely archaeology, take advantage of the small size of the department. The professors were welcoming and receptive to my interests in getting involved with extracurricular research opportunities and off campus fieldwork in the discipline.


Participant in Växjö / Kalmar, Sweden

 

Sweden Study Abroad Programs

  • Capital: Stockholm
  • Language: Swedish
  • Currency: Swedish krona (SEK)
Stockholm is built on 14 islands, connected by 57 bridges, and is located on the central coast of eastern Sweden. The international office often organizes a field trip to Stockholm that you can choose to participate on.  Photo credit: Ola Ericson/imagebank.sweden.se

Stockholm is built on 14 islands, connected by 57 bridges, and is located on the central coast of eastern Sweden. The international office often organizes a field trip to Stockholm that you can choose to participate on.
Photo credit: Ola Ericson/imagebank.sweden.se

Sweden is the third largest country by area in Western Europe. Its inhabitants enjoy a high standard of living and are known for their modern and liberal views. Nature conservation, environmental protection, and energy efficiency are important issues in policy making and embraced by the general public. Sweden was also an international leader in the promotion of gender equality.

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