Where: Norrsken House, Birger Jarlsgatan 57c, 113 56 Stockholm
Date and time: January 15th, 6.45pm-9.15pm
Event by: Stockholm Entrepreneurs
If you are interested in launching a start-up in 2019, you may want to attend Stockholm Entrepreneurs’ event. The panel – with participants to be announced soon – will be followed by a workshop. There will also be chances to mingle.
Where: Hell's Kitchen, Sturegatan 4, 114 83 Stockholm
Date and time: January 17th 11.45pm – January 18th 5.00am
Event by: International Student Festival
The International Student Festival brings international and local students together for a night of celebration. A good way to start the spring semester!
Where: Hard Rock Café, Sveavägen 75, 113 50 Stockholm
Date and time: January 31st, from 6pm onwards
Event by: The Local
Come for a drink and meet the team behind Europe's English-language news site The Local, mingle with other members of Sweden's international community, and chat to some of the inspiring people who have made headlines over the past year.
The event is FREE for Members of The Local, but guests and other readers can pay 100 kronor at the door or 75 kronor if you sign up in advance (the entry price includes one month's Membership of The Local and discounts on food and drink at the event).
Where: Reginateatern, Trädgårdsgatan 6, 75309 Uppsala
Date and time: January 22nd, 3pm-4pm
Event by: Reginateatern
Peter Wallensteen and Daniel Ogden will open the spring 2019 philosophy tea talks with a discussion on French philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau and his ‘Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences’. Each session lasts one hour during which tea and scones are also served.
Where: Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University, Villavägen 6, Uppsala, Sweden
Date and time: January 31st, 1.15pm-3pm
Event by: Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University
This presentation, entitled ‘Localising the Global – Resolution 1325 as a Tool for Promoting Women’s Rights and Gender Equality in Rwanda’, will focus on UN Resolution 1325 and the agenda of ‘Women, peace and security’. The talk will be held by Diana Højlund Madsen, Senior Gender Researcher at the Nordic Africa Institute.
Where: Science Park Mjärdevi, Teknikringen 10, 583 30 Linköping
Date and time: January 24th, 12pm-4pm
Event by: Science Park Mjärdevi
Looking for a part-time or a summer job? LinTek Enterprise, LARM2019 and Science Park Mjärdevi are organizing a large recruitment fair, gathering a diverse range of companies including start-ups and multinational firms with representatives to speak to.
Where: Creactive Mjärdevi, Arenan, Teknikringen 7, 583 30 Linköping
Date and time: January 25th, 5pm- January 27th, 6pm
Event by: LiU Game Jam
A game jam is an event where programmers, artists and gamers come together and create video or board games. You will have 48 hours to keep your inspiration going and offer your own game experience.
Where: Stendahls, Vasagatan 7, 41124 Gothenburg
Date and time: January 24th, 6pm-8.30pm
Event by: DataTjej
Female and non-binary members of the tech field will be part of inspiring panels aimed at encouraging female and non-binary persons to enter the coding industry. Pizza and drinks will be provided. One condition: become a member of DataTjej.
Where: STUDIO malmö, Nordenskiöldsgatan 24, 211 19 Malmö
Date and time: January 30th, 9.30am – January 31st, 8.30pm
Event by: The Bridge Forum
Over two days, this event features talks and interviews on business and sustainability. The aim is to connect cities and regions of the world to expand transparency, trust and sustainable practices in the global market.
Where: Ordenhuset Umeå, Skolgatan 48, 90327 Umeå
Date and time: January 12th, 8pm-12am
Event by: Swingum
After a one-hour introduction for beginners, you'll dance the energetic lindy hop to live music for three hours. No experience is required, and you will be able to enjoy food and drinks at the café open until 11pm.
Where: Universum, Umeå universitet
Date and time: January 23rd, 10am-2.30pm
Event by: Umeå Student Union
Around sixty student organizations, non-profits and companies will gathered at Umeå University, offering students there the chance to get more involved in university life.
Where: Campus Gotland, Cramérgatan 3, 62167 Visby
Date and time: January 9th, 5pm
Event by: GHOST – Gotland Headquarters of Sustainable Thinkers
GHOST offers you the opportunity to watch former American president Al Gore’s 2006 documentary about environment and climate change. Snacks will be provided.