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War and Peace in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Admission letter

We are happy to welcome you to the Department of Political Science at Lund University. In order to accept and secure our offer please read the information below carefully. 

Replying to your offer and securing your place

To secure our offer you must reply ”yes” no later than December 16. If you miss to reply by this date, the offer will be revoked.

Accept our offer by logging on to the admission's website 

Compulsory digital introductory meeting using Zoom

The semester starts with a compulsory digital introductory meeting and introductory lecture on January 17, at 15-18. The meeting will be held via Zoom due to the continued pandemic. Before the introductory day, you will receive an email with a special link to the meeting and information on how to prepare for the meeting. Your introductory meeting is mandatory.

Eligibility and Conditional offer 

Specific Entry Requirements: 30 credits in Peace and Conflict Studies (FKVA12) or 30 credits in Political Science (STVA12).

If you do not fulfil the above at the time of admission you have received a conditional offer. You must therefore present documents verifying your eligibility in connection with the start of spring semester.

Web registration

Web registration opens on January 11 and must be completed by January 17.

If you are conditionally admitted to the course you will not be able to register online until your eligibility has been confirmed. If you are unable to registrer due to a conditional offer please contact the academic advisors on studievagledare [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se no later than January 18th. 

Instructions (pdf, 100 kb, opens in new window) 

Web register via the studentportal

Schedule and classes 

The course is taught part time with afternoon classes. Part of the classes eg. seminars are compulsory. 

The course ends on March 22, 2022.

Search for your schedule in TimeEdit

Campus teaching

The planning for the spring semester 2022 assumes that teaching and examination will be carried out on campus.  

We successively follow the rules and recommendations of responsible authorities for corona-related restrictions and notify our students of any changes to teaching methods. Here you can read more about the Faculty's decision on the spring semester 2022

Syllabus and literature list

Course content and links to syllabus and literature list

Check if the course literature is available at the Social Science Faculty Library

If you have any questions regarding the course please do not hesitate to contact the Academic advisors. 

We look forward to meeting you on the introduction meeting and please do not forget to reply to our offer before December 16.

Roxanna Sjöstedt               
Director of Peace and Conflict Studies                     

Daniel Alfons, Mats Janér and Lidija Lindoff.
Academic Advisors

Contact Your Academic Advisor

Daniel Alfons, room 232
Telephone hours: Thursdays 10–12 
Telephone: 046-222 89 50

Mats Janér, room 233
Telephone hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10–12 
Telephone: 046-222 80 48

Lidija Lindoff, room 231 B
Drop-in: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10–11.45 
Telephone: 046-222 89 38

Feel free to book an appointment with us!

E-mail: studievagledare [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se

More information regarding student counselling

Students with disabilities

Having a disability, such as visual impairment, dyslexia, or ADHD, should not be a barrier for your studies with us! You can be eligible for various forms of learning support. 

Find out more about what kind of support you can receive on Lund University's central website and apply.