Information regarding teaching and examination at the Department of Statistics
Updated 14 June 2021
Information due to the corona virus.
On Monday 30 August, provided the infection situation does not change for the worse, Uppsala University will return to on-campus teaching.
The starting point is that teaching and examination at the Department of Statistics takes place on campus from autumn semester 2021. Study periods 1 and 2 (30 August – 3 November 2021 certain teaching on larger courses can be carried out digitally. Study periods 3 and 4 (4 November 2021 – 16 January 2022) all teaching and examination activities are to be carried out in their normal form. Information will be provided on the Studium page of each course. If you have any questions, please contact the responsible teacher.
The student service office and the student coucellor can be reached via e-mail or phone.
Education in statistics
We train students at all levels: undergraduate level, master level och PhD level. On the undergraduate level it is possible to major in statistics within the Bachelor's Programme in Business and Economics, the Bachelor's Programme in Political Science and the Bachelor's Programme in Social Science. We also teach courses within several other programmes, and it is also possible to take our courses as freestanding courses. At the master level we have our own two-year programme. We also train researcers in statistics with our PhD programme.
Aside from this, we also provide cost-free consultancy concerning statistics for all students writing a bachelor or master thesis at the Social Science Faculty via our statistics consultancy service.
The student service office
You can turn to the student service office to get general course information, order certificate of studies and get information about re-registration.
Information for you as a student
Uppsala EBA Student Association
The Uppsala Business and Economics Student Association (Uppsalaekonomerna) is the student union at the department. As a student union they work to improve the education at the university and to help students with study related issues. For instance, they have a full time employed Head of Education who works with these issues and who you can turn to if you have problems with anything from examinations to admission or CSN.