U-Share acts to facilitate and increase the exchange of undergraduate and postgraduate students between the universities.
Students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level can attend courses at both universities. Collaboration between the universities also includes jointly arranged courses, and teachers from one university that teach in courses at the other.
Undergraduate courses and degree projects
There are many courses both at basic and advanced level that can be taken by students at the “other” university. In addition, degree projects are also offered to students from both universities.
We have listed a range of courses and projects that might be of interest. The aim of these lists is to facilitate finding such courses and projects but the possibility to study at the “other” university is not limited to the ones listed here.
In addition, there are programmes both at the basic and advanced level that are arranged in collaboration between the universities.
Some available degree projects are:
- Comparative genetics of immunological diseases towards functional genomics
- Genetics of performance traits in horses
- Ethology-based experimental studies of animal behaviour