Congratulations on your place at SLU and in the Masters' programme Management of Fish and Wildlife Populations! We look forward to meeting you here in this autumn.
The autumn semester 2020 begins with roll call and study information on campus.
Date: Monday 31 August
Time and place: On the pages for new students , you will find information when the roll call for your programme begins and which room the roll call will be in.
On these pages, you will also find all the information you need as a new student at SLU, including information about the orientation days. The orientation days are not mandatory but we recommend that you attend them. They take place at the end of August, before the semester starts, and provide essential and useful information about your stay in Sweden and your studies at SLU.
Your first course will be Fish and Wildlife Census Techniques. On the course page, you will find a timetable for your classes and other course-related information. Timetables and reading lists will be published at least four weeks before the course starts.
Please make sure you also read the programme-specific information for new students.
Please don't hesitate to contact me firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or problems! With two universities, Umeå is a growing city, and it can difficult to find a place to live. However, I'd recommend this site and either using the Chrome browser to automatically translate it to English if you do not speak Swedish, or using Google or Bing Translate. Let me know if you have problems finding a place to live – although not my job, I have been able to help a number of students find places to live, and I will try to help you too!
If you send me an email, and give me your phone number, and I'd be happy to phone you for a friendly informal chat about the programme and living in Umeå. If you have any questions, encounter a problem, or simply do not know who to contact, get in touch with me. I like helping students!
Once again, welcome to SLU!
John Ball, PhD
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Tel: 090-786 8418 or mobile tel +46 (0)70 67 65 018