The school year is divided into 12 periods in addition to both early and late summer period. For further information about the periods when each course is given click here. Note that this is a preliminary schedule and that small deviations can occur depending on local regulations. Always check the application information and make special notice of the following courses:

  • Advanced phylogenetics, BIO404: 7 november 2018 – 22 december 2018
  • Animal diversity – invertebrates, BL7044: 18/11/2018 – 11/01/2019
  • The dates for BL7035 are not yet confirmed, but the course will be given during a three week period somewhere between 06/12/2018 – 18/07/2019

 

SUMMER PERIODS AUTUMN 2019 SPRING 2019
Period Start date Stop date Period Start date Stop date Period Start date Stop date
Early ’19 10/06/2019 28/06/2019 1 03/09/2018 21/09/2018 7 21/01/2019 08/02/2019
Late ’19 12/08/2019 30/08/2019 2 24/09/2018 12/10/2018 8 11/02/2019 01/03/2019
3 15/10/2018 02/11/2018 9 04/03/2019 22/03/2019
4 05/11/2018 23/11/2018 10 25/03/2019 12/04/2019
5 26/11/2018 14/12/2018 11 15/04/2019 10/05/2019
6 17/12/2018 18/01/2019 12 13/05/2019 07/06/2019

HOLIDAYS

Midsummer: 2018-06-22
Christmas break: 2018-12-22 – 2019-01-06
Easter: 2019-04-18 – 2019-04-22
May 1: 2019-05-01
Feast of Ascension: 2019-05-30 – 2018-05-31

 

 Autumn semester 2018

Period: 1 2 3 4 5 6
Bryophyte morphology and identification
Fungal identification
Animal diversity – invertebrates
Advanced phylogenetics
Fundamental and molecular systematics (compulsory)
Alpha taxonomical principles (compulsory)
Curation and biodiversity informatics

 

 Spring semester 2019

Period: 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Identification of marine microalgae and macroalgae
Diversification in time and space
Diversity and identification of marine invertebrates
Ornithological identification methodology
Fungal diversity and evolution
International biodiversity resource management
Informatics toolbox for systematics
Plant systematics and diversity
Animal diversity – vertebrates

 

Summer 2019

Period: 14 early late
Insects: Inventory and identification