Training in higher education teaching and learning
The courses are free of charge. If, however, you fail to attend without having cancelled your registration at least 14 days prior to the start of the course, your department will be charged a fee.
For teaching staff
The two courses "Learning and Teaching in Higher Education – Theory and Practice" and "Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Continuation" are recommended as part of the ten weeks of training for teaching staff.
For doctoral students
The course "Learning and Teaching in Higher Education – Theory and Practice" is recommended, which qualifies the student to teach.
Course for prospective docents
This course is compulsory for appointment as a docent at the Faculty of Science. The course has also proved useful for newly appointed postdoctoral research fellows (forskarassistent), researchers, associate senior lecturers and others, even if they have not yet reached the point of applying for a docentship. The compulsory supervision training is included as part of this course.
- Description and schedule (PDF, 236 kB, new window)
- Application form – Last day to apply is 15 December 2017
Learning and Teaching in Higher Education – Theory and Practice
The course is part of the Faculty of Science’s qualifying teacher training, and comprises three weeks of full-time work. The course is aimed at teaching staff without previous training in teaching and learning.
Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Continuation
The course is aimed at teaching staff at Lund University and equals three weeks of fulltime work. It builds on the introductory course on learning and teaching with a focus on student learning from a course leader perspective. The course is given by the Division for Higher Education Development twice a year.
Communication in Teaching
The course is part of the qualifying teacher training offered at the Faculty of Science. It is intended for doctoral students and teaching staff who wish to develop their communication awareness and ability, in particular in a teaching context. The overall objective is for the participants to be able to communicate their research subject in dialogue with various groups and in various contexts, and to be able to support students in developing communication skills. The communication course corresponds to two weeks of full time work.
Questions about training in higher education teaching and learning
070-284 02 77
susanne [dot] pelger [at] science [dot] lu [dot] se
Questions about registration
046-222 31 39
ann [dot] ivarsson [at] science [dot] lu [dot] se
Questions about the readership preparation course
046-222 71 82
tobias [dot] nilsson [at] science [dot] lu [dot] se