Here is a list of web pages, including news and events, that are related to teaching at SLU.
Campus Alnarp Campus Alnarp is located in a large park surrounded by agricultural fields close to the sea between Malmö and Lund in southern Sweden. There is so much for students to explore here.
“Criticism is riskier than commentary, it is willing to stake out and substantiate a particular position,” writes design scholar Miriam Gusevich. Academic critique of designed urban landscapes can
If you are taking the Natural Resources Program – Biology and Soils (Naturresursprogrammet - biologi och mark) or the BSc Program – Biology and Environmental Science (Kandidatprogrammet - biologi och
Are you interested in in the ecology and sustainable management of fishes and their habitats? In the course Ecology for Fish Management and Conservation you will apply your new knowledge on fish
Do you want to learn more about animal breeding, animal genetics or bioinformatics? Then you can choose one or a few of our courses that are open to students outside programs. Basic level As an
Study for a sustainable world at SLU and become a future expert in Forest, Wildlife and Fish. Take the opportunity to study at the Forest Faculty that is ranked as number one in the world ! Want to
Fish was the least favprite topic during the Master's at SLU, thought Jonė Lescinskaite. Now she is a river restoration specialist at the Ministry of the Environment in Lithuania. "Have an open mind"
Wildlife management is more about people than animals, says Jimmy Nyman who works as a game manager at the Swedish Association of Hunting and Wildlife Management. The education at SLU gave him the
Want to help solve today and tomorrow's environmental issues and contribute to feeding more people on this planet? Then #studysustainably! The Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences (
Do you want to work in forests, in arctic environments, on savannas, or in tropical rainforests? Are you interested in historical data, or spatial data such as animal movements or distribution of
The Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre offers interested and eligible students the opportunity to write their master’s thesis (30 ECTS or 60 ECTS) or bachelor’s thesis (15 ECTS). We offer
This programme is taught in Swedish. On the Swedish programme page you will find information about the programme, welcome letter with roll call information, your course schedule, contact information,