2007-2010: School of Arts and Communication (K3) at Malmö University

Bachelor of Science with a Major in Interaction Design

At K3 we combine traditional scholarship and academic knowledge with artistic methods and practical skills. In our teaching and research, art, technology, design and communication converge in new and innovative ways. We focus on user-driven education and research and collaborative projects that challenge traditional boundaries. At K3 there is an emphasis on openness and creativity, always in combination with critical analysis and social consciouness.

Den interaktiva djurparken / The interactive zoo (bachelor thesis at Malmö University) (pdf)

2009: Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship (Lund University)

In the beginning of the 21st century, Lund University began to invest in entrepreneurship and innovation. In 2001 Hans Landström was appointed professor in Entrepreneurship at the School of Economics and Management, and in 2003 the systematic work to build an educational structure within the field of entrepreneurship at the entire University began.

2007: Social Anthropology at Lund University

Topics of interest for social anthropologists have included customs, economic and political organisation, law and conflict resolution, patterns of consumption and exchange, kinship and family structure, gender relations, childbearing and socialisation, religion, while present-day social anthropologists are also concerned with issues of globalism, ethnic violence, gender studies, trans nationalism and local experience, and the emerging cultures of cyberspace, and can also help with bringing opponents together when environmental concerns come into conflict with economic developments.