VIDEO: The Stockholm University with a unique approach to problem-solving

The world is changing fast, creating new challenges in terms of how to understand events and solve problems. At Stockholm University in Sweden’s capital city, an exciting interdisciplinary approach is bringing together students and professors from many different disciplines to tackle big questions.

Published: Thu 31 Aug 2023 09:49 CEST
VIDEO: The Stockholm University with a unique approach to problem-solving
Liam Carpenter-Urquhart (right) at the Stockholm Resilience Centre with director of studies Miriam Huitric Photo: John Areblad.

In the video below, two international students tell us how this way of learning has made their studies especially insightful and rewarding.

Liam Carpenter-Urquhart, from the US, recently graduated from the Master’s programme in Social-Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development, while Bonnie McLean, from Australia, completed the Master’s courses in cultural evolution that will be given 100 percent online for the first time starting in 2024.

Along with their teachers, they explain why tackling climate change demands a broad range of expertise, and why digital memes have more in common with stone tools than you might think.

Learn more about Stockholm University's wide range of courses and programmes taught in English














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