Education

Education at the Hugo Valentin Centre takes place within the framework of an interdisciplinary Master's Programme in Holocaust and Genocide Studies and stand-alone courses.

Information about the master's programme

Stand-alone courses

Master's Programme in Holocaust and Genocide Studies

The Master's Programme in Holocaust and Genocide Studies is an internationally-oriented education programme that will enable you to understand and independently analyse genocide and other forms of mass violence in specific historical, political and cultural contexts. The education takes place in a markedly interdisciplinary environment that includes theoretical perspectives from a variety of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. After completing the education, some of our former students have pursued an academic career, while others have progressed to employments in government administration, museums, diplomacy, the EU administration, or the private sector.

Deadlines master thesis project

18
April

Registration for thesis defence opens on11 April and closes on 18 April. You register by mail to the programme coordinator, writing "Registration for thesis defence in the heading".

18 April

Deadline for uploading of thesis in Studium.

30 – 31 May

Thesis defence.

6 June

DiVA - The Digital Scientific Archive is Uppsala University's system for electronic publication and registration of works produced by researchers, teachers and students. DiVA is developed at the Uppsala University Library. Once your thesis has been approved, you register it in DiVA and inform the course administrator when this has happened.

Autumn
2024

Defence registration deadline: 15 November

Hand in of thesis no later than 2 December

Defence date: 12 December

  • Register for thesis defence

    18
    April

    Registration for thesis defence opens on11 April and closes on 18 April. You register by mail to the programme coordinator, writing "Registration for thesis defence in the heading".

  • Submission of thesis

    18 April

    Deadline for uploading of thesis in Studium.

  • Defence

    30 – 31 May

    Thesis defence.

  • Registration in DIVA

    6 June

    DiVA - The Digital Scientific Archive is Uppsala University's system for electronic publication and registration of works produced by researchers, teachers and students. DiVA is developed at the Uppsala University Library. Once your thesis has been approved, you register it in DiVA and inform the course administrator when this has happened.

  • Next defence date

    Autumn
    2024

    Defence registration deadline: 15 November

    Hand in of thesis no later than 2 December

    Defence date: 12 December

Registration for re-exam

You will have the opportunity to register for an exam re-take in case you did not pass a course. Re-exam periods are usually planned for the second half of August and January, and registration for an exam should be done with in the registration time slots indicated to the right. It is the student's responsibility to keep track of of deadlines and contact the programme director  in order to register for a re-exam. You can sign up for two specific re-takes at a time. Students who have already received the grade pass (G) on a course are not eligibile for a re-take.

Next re-exam
  • Registration period: 10–14 June
  • Re-exam period: 22–30 August

Please note that the head teachers for each separate course will decide on deadlines and upload that information in Studium.

Cheating and plagiarism

What is cheating? Chapter 8, Section 1 of the Higher Education Ordinance states that "disciplinary action may be taken against students who... by prohibited aids or other means attempt to deceive during examinations or when academic work is otherwise assessed." The text of the law uses the term "deceive" to designate cheating and plagiarism (which is a form of cheating).

The teacher who suspects a deliberate attempt at deception shall inform the studies director as soon as possible. The teacher and director of studies together decide whether the matter should be pursued further. 

More on cheating and plagiarism

Information

Course coordination

Lovisa Åkerlind
E-mail: studera-hist@uu.se
Telephone: 018 - 471 1526
Fax: 018 - 471 23 63
Visiting address: Thunbergsvägen 3A
Postal address: Box 521, 751 20 Uppsala

Programme director

The programme director answers questions concerning the actual content of the master programme and its courses and may be contacted via email genocideprogramme@uu.se.

Director of studies at the master level

Director of studies answers general questions about your studies and is responsible for legal matters (including those concerning basic level courses)
studierektor-ma-hist@uu.se

Office hours and contact

Student administration office hours are
Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Friday 09:30-11:30 and 13:30-14:30.
Appointments with the programme director and the director of studies should be scheduled via mail.

Last modified: 2023-06-14