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Previous PhD courses

The graduate school Agenda 2030 provides with interdisciplinary courses based upon the societal challenges and the sustainability goals of Agenda 2030.

The courses are free of charge and open for all PhD students within Lund University, but admission priority will be given to PhD students within the graduate school. There is a possibility for PhD students from other Universities or master students to participate in the courses. If you are interested to partake in a course, please contact the course leader for further information.

Below you will find information about courses that have been given by the Agenda 2030 graduate school. The courses are given every year or every second year depending on the faculty. If you want more information regarding when a particular course will be given, please contact either Helena Gonzales Lindberg (helena_gonzales [dot] lindberg [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se) or the course coordinator. All links below will be opened in a new window.

Agenda 2030 graduate school courses 

Justice, Equality and the 2030 Agenda

Course syllabus (PDF, 100 kB).
The course was held at the Faculty of Social Sciences. The course was last given autumn 2019.
Course coordinator: Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt.
agnes [dot] andersson_djurfeldt [at] keg [dot] lu [dot] se.

Transformations towards sustainability: Responsible consumption and production

Course syllabus (PDF, 569 kB).
The course was held at the School of Economics and Management. The course was last given in autumn 2019 and 2020.
Course coordinator: Susanne Arvidsson.
susanne [dot] arvidsson [at] fek [dot] lu [dot] se.

Governance and approaches for Low-Carbon and Resource Efficient Economies (LCREE)

Course syllabus (PDF, 154 kB).
The course was held at the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE). The course was last given in spring 2020.
Course coordinator: Jenny Palm.
jenny [dot] palm [at] iiiee [dot] lu [dot] se.

Sustainable Cities and Communities

Course syllabus (PDF, 18 kB).
The course was held at the Faculty of Engineering. The course was last given in spring 2020.
Course coordinator: Magnus Persson.
magnus [dot] persson [at] tvrl [dot] lth [dot] se.

A just transition to sustainable societies

Course syllabus (PDF, 249 kB, new tab).
Course website - mrs.lu.se.
The course was held online and is held by the Faculties of Humanities and Theology. The course was last given in spring 2020.
Course coordinator: Lena Halldenius.
lena [dot] halldenius [at] mrs [dot] lu [dot] se.

Digital monies for a sustainable future

Course syllabus (PDF, 142 kB, new tab).
Course website - entrepreneur.lu.se.
The course was held online with an on-site workshop by the School of Economics and Management. The course was last given in autumn 2020.
Course coordinator: Ester Barinaga.
ester [dot] barinaga [at] fek [dot] lu [dot] se.

Representing sustainability

Course description (PDF, 460 kB, new tab)
The course is held at the Faculty of Fine & Performing Arts. The course was last given in autumn 2020.
Course coordinator: Jörgen Dahlqvist.
jorgen [dot] dahlqvist [at] thm [dot] lu [dot] se.

Contact

Helena Gonzales Lindberg
research administrator
helena_gonzales [dot] lindberg [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
+46 (0)730-81 49 68