The course comprises four modules relevant to the study of English language literature and linguistics. This includes strategies for learning as well as academic writing.

Course plan  |  Course description  |  Course literature

Schedules spring 2021

The Zoom links will be available on the module sites on Athena.

Please note that schedules are subject to some change in case of unforeseen circumstances.

Group 1  | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4  | Group 5 | Group 6 | Group 7

Information spring term 2021

We are pleased that you have chosen to study with us!

Please note the information on our website about our teaching in the spring. Teaching will continue to be web-based via Zoom but English 1 includes written exams ("salstentamina"), which will take place on Campus if recommendations from the Public Health Agency allow for that.  

  • Admitted students have to register on time to confirm and keep your place. Online registration will be open between 4 and 10 January. See the instructions for registration.
  • After registration you will get access to the university's online learning management system Athena, where Zoom links and course material from teachers will be made available. All students will be placed in groups after the registration has closed. Your group placement will be communicated to you through Athena.
  • New student? Make sure you read the Stockholm University information for new students to help you ensure that your studies begin as smoothly as possible.

English I within programmes

English I is part of Teacher Education Programmes and some Bachelor's Programmes at Stockholm University. If you have been accepted to one of the programmes where you study English I in your first term, you should receive information about the programme from the responsible Department. Make sure you read that carefully and contact them if you have questions about the overall programme.

Teacher Education Programme: Department of Language Education or Department of Humanities and Social Sciences Education (depending on the subjects)

Bachelor's Programme in Language and Translation Studies: The Institute for Interpreting and Translation Studies


If you have been placed on the waiting list for English I as a freestanding course, we will contact you via email after the registration has closed for admitted students if we can offer you a place. Make sure that your contact details on are up to date.

If you are on the reserve list for one of the programmes (such as the Teacher Education Programmes), please contact the department responsible for the programme with questions on possible additional places for reserves.