Teaching and learning in higher education - blended course

This course is part of the compulsory qualifying teacher training and open to all faculties at Lund University. The course serves as an introduction to learning and teaching in higher education for teachers on all academic levels – from PhD-students to professors – with no formal training in this area. The workload on the course equals two weeks of full-time work (i.e. 80 hours) with a possibility to add a third week. For doctoral students the course is evaluated to ECTS credits by your faculty.

The course is blended - most course activities are carried out on the web and there are two compulsory face-to-face meetings*. The course format makes it possible for participants to, within recommended time periods, follow the course at any time, anywhere and is accordingly suitable for teachers who require a certain flexibility. The discussions on the course are carried out using open digital tools.

The content material related to the first course element, the Introduction, will be available from course start date. 

Course dates:

The course starts on the web 5 October 2020 and ends 1 March 2021.

*Compulsory meetings:

22 October, 9.15-12.00

27 November, 9.15-12.00

*Please note that both scheduled meetings (22 October and 27 November) will be conducted via Zoom due to COVID-19 restrictions.

See Syllabus


Marita Ljungqvist, AHU

Maria Larsson, AHU


AHU’s campus courses, and campus meetings, this autumn will be replaced by distance alternatives due to Covid 19. Applicants will be informed on any changes.

Language: English Scope: The workload on the course equals two/three weeks of full-time work. For doctoral students the course is evaluated to ECTS credits by your faculty.  Charge for admission: Lund University teachers: 2 weeks 7.800 SEK / 3 weeks 8.800 SEK Application: Apply no later than 8 June 2020 by way of the educational coordinator or equivalent person at your faculty. Those who are not members of any of the faculties below apply to Lina Andersson. The number of participants is limited to 24.
Submit your application to your faculty contact
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