Gustavianum

Education

One of the roles of Gustavianum is to support the educational work of the University. This is achieved through engaging students from the whole University in our activities. Students from all disciplines work as guides and activity assistants in the Museum. There are work experience opportunities with the collections at undergraduate and masters level. Those pursuing research studies are welcome to use our collections of art, coins, history of science and archaeology in our open access stores as research material. In addition, students and their teachers may arrange seminars and lectures based around objects from our collections. From 2017 we are offering special sessions for students and university teachers, focusing on selected objects from the collections, with a historical theme. The Museum’s curators are frequently asked to act as guest lecturers for educational courses and events, and are happy to do so if time allows.