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Peace and Conflict Studies C, 30.0 c

Course code:2FK011, Report code:20510, 100%, DAG, NML
week: 36 - 03 Semester: Autumn 2019 (2019-09-02 - 2020-01-19)

Course registration

Registration for this course is done via Student Portal.

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Registration is open: 2019-08-01 - 2019-08-18

Information for admitted students

You need to register in time, otherwise you will lose your seat. If you encounter problems, please contact chris.chau@pcr.uu.se

Information for reserves

Please wait to be contacted. If there are available places suitable reserves will be contacted by the administrator by phone or email as from August 19th

Information for students admitted with conditions

Please contact chris.chau@pcr.uu.se

Contact information

If you have any questions about registration, please contact:
Name: Chris Chau
Email: chris.chau@pcr.uu.se
Telephone: 018-471 23 79
Address: Gamla Torget 3, 751 20 Uppsala

Information about student accounts

To take this course you must have a student account. As an admitted you can activate your student account via www.uu.se/konto.

Information about course start

The first lecture of the course is held on Monday September 2, 10.15-12.00 in hall 1, Gamla Torget 3

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Course start: 2019-09-02

Course information

Dear students,

Welcome to the Bachelor's level course in peace and conflict studies (C-level in simple Swedish terms).

The course kickstarts on Monday 2/9 with two lectures:

 

1) First, I (Ralph Sundberg, course convenor for the full semester) will introduce the C-level course in general and go through what we will be doing over the coming semester. I will thus talk about all three modules you will be going through.

2) After lunch I (Ralph Sundberg, also module convenor for the research methods module), will be introducing that course: but also do more. This will not only be an introduction but also a substantial lecture so I want you all to be there.

After the first day we roll on in force and with high tempo: there are several lectures this first week, lots of texts to read, and even seminars held. You will all have to hit the ground running. If you must party (as you should, you are students) try to do so at the weekends please or you will not be able to keep up.

Information you need will be posted as we progress through the module, but two key documents are already in the Research Methods folder: the course guide  and the readings list. Get ALL readings ASAP and get to work or you will not be able to keep up.

That should cover all formalities for now. Welcome to the course and see you on Monday!

Best,

//R