Find the course that suits you
We want everyone to have the opportunity to participate in our freestanding courses. That is why we offer both distance teaching and teaching on campus. We provide courses in English and Swedish, evening and daytime, for experts and beginners. If you can not participate for reasons that we can fix, Contact us.
Study where you like
Do you prefer to study a freestanding course with distance learning? This year we are investing extra in our online courses, why not apply for Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation (7.5 credits), a course with internet-based teaching and supervised self-studies via a web-based learning platform used for group exercises and discussions.
study WHEN YOU like
Whether you are an early bird or a night hawk, we have the course for you. For example, we offer the evening course Abuse and Addiction (7.5 credits) with a focus on basic knowledge about addictive drugs, drug addiction and the brain's reward system.
STUDY AS A NOVICE
Do you want to join one of our freestanding courses but lack prior pharmaceutical knowledge? Welcome to participate in a course that only requires basic qualifications. Why not combine a summer trip to Gotland with our course Chemistry, Biology and Ecology of Truffle-Forming Fungi (5 credits), where you will visit a natural truffle habitat and a truffle farm and learn to identify some of our economically significant truffle species.
STUDY PART TIME
Do you have a hard time to squeeze enough hours out of the day? Estimate how much time you can spare and apply for one of our part-time courses. Even with the most well filled calendar, we hope you can participate in Biochemistry of Gene Regulation (7,5 credits), a course that illustrates various concepts and aspects of gene regulation. See you at quarter pace in the evenings of spring semester 2023!
STUDY IN ENGLISH
We offer most of our freestanding courses in Swedish, but also offer a variety of English-language courses. 1 November, we will, for example, begin our course Molecular Imaging with Focus on PET as a tool for drug development and clinical use.Welcome to apply now!