There are many options for you to study abroad during your master's degree. Through a semester or a year abroad you will acquire language skills, a network of contacts and international experience vital to your further career.
When can I study abroad?
You can study abroad in your second semester. Courses taken on exchange can be approved as replacements for your obligatory courses. Students are recommended to work on their master's thesis or paper to the extent of 10 credits combined with taking courses of a total of 20 credits while they are abroad.
Where can I study abroad?
Our Department (IFIKK) has exchange agreements aiming at philosophy students, and as a student in this subject you will be prioritized to these agreements.
- University of Western Ontario, one of the oldest universities in Canada, which is reknowned not only for the academically strongholds in philosophy but also for its exceptional campus life!
- University of Jyväskylä and Uppsala university, recommended for students studying ancient philosophy, where you can experience the philosophical milieu in Scandinavia through the philosophy network Norplus.
- University of Toronto, with very good philosophy study opportunities!