Department of Child and Youth Studies

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Teaching at the Department of Child and Youth Studies autumn semester 2020

For the start of the autumn semester, Stockholm University is planning a combination of digital learning and elements on campus – which we are pleased to announce now will be possible to perform! For the Department of Child and Youth Studies, this means that bigger parts of the teaching will be provided digitally, that is, a web-based online teaching during the first half of the autumn semester (period A and B) until the 2nd of November.

Astrid Söderbergh Widding, rektor vid Stockholms universitet. Fotograf Anna-Karin Landin.

Student message from President Astrid Söderbergh Widding

See the movie where the president of Stockholm University sends a thank you message to all the students who handled their studies under the special circumstances during this spring term.

Information

Information for students and staff about the coronavirus

Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities, questions and answers, and news related to the coronavirus. 

Free standing courses at The Department of Child and Youth Studies. Photo: Cajsa De Groat

Courses

Courses in "Early Childhood Education" and "Schoolage Educare" are available in English. The department offers courses both in spring and fall semesters.

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Stockholm University international alumni

Holding international alumni events is a relatively new activity for Stockholm University. The purpose of these events is to re-establish contact with our international alumni.

Photo: Eva Dalin

Research

The four sections of the department each have a research area, all of them specialized in research about children and youth.

 

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Welcome to BUV!

This department provides a creative environment for education and research that considers children and young people within the following multiple and overlapping contexts: culture; the family; preschool and school; peer groups; media and leisure; the community as well as the economy and with respect to both national and international law.