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  • Product Lifecycle Management A1N Start w.46, Programkurs, 50%, ht 18

    This course describes how a product information system (PLM) software is used to manage the information that follows a product during its lifecycle.

  • Tillverkningsteknik och materiallära G1F Start w.48, Programkurs, 50%, ht 18

    Manufacturing Engineering and Materials Science G1F

  • Swedish for International Students 1: Oral Proficiency and Listening Comprehension G1N Start w.36, Freestanding course, 50%

    After the completion of the course you will be able to introduce yourself and ask and respond to basic questions regarding jobs, studies, interests and orders.

  • Swedish for International Students 2: Text and Grammar G1N Start w.46, Freestanding course, 50%

    The department of Health and Education offers courses in the Swedish language for all international students at the university college of Skövde.

  • English: Business English G1N Start w.46/14, Freestanding course, 50%, autumn -18/spring -19

    In this course you will practise and improve your use of English so that you can carry out the necessary tasks of your future profession.

  • English: Academic Writing G1N Start w.46/14, Freestanding course, 50%, autumn -18/spring -19

    You are taught general conventions regarding written academic presentation and you practise the grammar, phraseology and vocabulary of formal written language.

  • English: World War II in British and American Literature G1N Start w.36/04, Freestanding course, 25%, autumn -18/spring -19

    Novelists who write about World War II are often faced with the problem of putting the unspeakable into words.

  • English: Oral Presentation Techniques G1N Start w.46/14, Freestanding course, 50%, autumn -18/spring -19

    This course will give you tuition and practice in using English in various study and work situations.

  • English: Preparatory Course G1N Start w.36, Freestanding course, 50%

    Students who do not pass the placement test for the English Proficiency Course are offered to take the English Preparatory Course instead.

  • English: Written Proficiency G1N Start w.46, Freestanding course, 50%

    Engelska: Skriftlig språkfärdighet G1N

  • English: Proficiency G1N Start w.36/46/04, Freestanding course, 50%, autumn -18/spring -19

    In this course, you will learn basic skills in grammar, written proficiency, pronunciation, reading comprehension and vocabulary, and oral presentation.

  • Ergonomics II: Simulation and Evaluation G1F Start w.48, Programme course, 50%

    Ergonomics II: Simulation and Evaluation G1F

  • Operating Systems G1F Start w.36, Programme course, 50%

    Operating Systems G1F

  • Chemistry and Impacts on Environment and Health G1N Start w.41, Programme course, 100%

    The course aims to provide fundamental knowledge in chemistry. It will also give an increased understanding of natural and anthropogenic chemical substances.

  • Seminars in Cognitive Neuroscience A1N Start w.45, Freestanding course, 50%

    This course provides a detailed and comprehensive introduction to some of the central subfields within cognitive neuroscience research today.

  • Project Studies in New Media II G2F Start w.23/36/04, Freestanding course/Summer course, 50/100%, autumn -18/spring -19

    The course aims to deepen the student's focus in new media. The course contains independent project work towards an external client.

  • Swedish Culture and Society G1N no occasions registered at the moment

    Swedish Culture and Society G1N

  • Case Studies in Bioscience G1N Start w.35, Programme course, 50%

    Case Studies in Bioscience G1N

  • Physiology G1F Start w.36, Freestanding course/Programme course, 50%, autumn -18

    The course focuses on the physiological processes in the human and animal body systems.

  • Analysis of NGS Data 1 G2F Start w.35, Freestanding course, 25%

    In this course we will cover NGS with its possibilities and limitations as well as give an introduction to how to analyze data.

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Our courses in English are only available for exchange students who are from one of our partner universities or students who study through our Master's programmes.

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G1N - first cycle, has only upper-secondary level entry requirements
G1F - first cycle, has less than 60 credits in first-cycle course/s as entry requirements
G1E - first cycle, contains specially designed degree project for Higer Education Diploma
G2F - first cycle, has at least 60 credits in first-cycle course/s as entry requirements
G2E - first cycle, has at least 60 credits inf first-cycle course/s as entry requirements, contains degree project for Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

A1N - second cycle, has only first-cycle course/s as entry requirements
A1F - second cycle, has second-cycle course/s as entry requirements
A1E - second cycle, contains degree project for Master of Arts/Master of Science(60 credits)
A2E - second cycle, contains degree project for Master of Arts/Master of Science(120 credits)

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