The Stockholm University Department of Human Geography participates in the European Union Erasmus programme. Within this programme the Department have student exchange, and in some cases also teacher exchange, with departments at about 25 universities. In addition to these agreements other (mainly non-European) university-wide contracts and the Nordplus Nordlys network are managed by Stockholm University International Office.

Stockholm University Minor Field Studies (MFS) scholarships from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency are available for students who would like to gather material for their degree thesis or project in a developing country.

Prospective exchange students in Human Geography, Geography, or Urban and Regional Planning at Stockholm University are recommended to visit the Swedish web pages.

Students interested in becoming exchange students at Stockholm University should turn to their home university for information and application. Details on deadlines, courses, accommodation, orientation days etcetera and links to more information can be found at the pages for incoming exchange students.