In our department, there are several members of staff able to advise you. For instance lecturers, study administrators and student counsellors. Depending on the question or study service at hand, you may need to contact different persons. Learn more about whom to turn to here.
If you have any questions regarding registration and admissions, please contact our study administrators. You can also turn to them for course certificates. However, kindly avoid the latter if you have activated your @student.umu.se address. In that case you can retrieve certificates of enrolment and make changes to address details yourself, via the student portal.
History and Archaeology
History of Science and Ideas, Philosophy and Philosophy of Science
Religious Studies and Theology
Our student counsellors can help you plan your studies. For example, you are welcome to contact them if you need help in finding a suitable course, want to know more about a certain subject, the contents of a course or its expected learning outcomes and methods of delivery. You can also get advice regarding study-social issues, as well as help obtaining any special support that you might be entitled to. In addition, the student counsellors have the important task of ensuring that neither disability, gender or socio-cultural backgrounds become a hindrance to your study or career choices.
The student counsellors are bound by professional secrecy and will not divulge your details to any other party.
Student counsellor for Archaeology
Student counsellor for Religious Studies and Theology
Each course has a coordinator responsible for ensuring that a timetable is available in accordance with university regulations, that teaching and examinations are conducted in accordance with the syllabus, that study results are reported, and that courses are evaluated. Course coordinators are presented on the learning platform Cambro, available for students who have registered for the course in question. You may also find course coordinators listed in Swedish (as "kursansvarig") in the course lists for each subject at our Swedish web pages.
Programme directors respond to all questions relating to a specific programme. For example, questions about the programme syllabus, timetables, internships, study and work environments, contents of the programme's profiles and choice of profile, evaluations, recruitments, etc.
Archaeology undergraduate degree (BA) (Arkeologiprogrammet)
Kandidatprogrammet i filosofi och samhällsanalys
Teologiprogrammet - Kandidatutbildning och magisterutbildning
Masterprogrammet i Historiska studier
Environmental Archaeology Masters Degree (MA) (Masterprogrammet i Miljöarkeologi)
The Director of Studies for undergraduate studies is responsible for pedagogy and manages the on-going work relating to our educational services, such as the availability of courses, course plans and staffing.
The Director of Studies for Doctoral Studies responds to questions regarding doctoral education.
The Head of Department is the department's manager and as such is responsible for all the department's activities. Should you discover a violation of university regulations or any other rules, you should contact him. An important area of responsibility is the working environment.