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Stockholm • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Law
Stockholm • Architecture
There are a total of just over 14 000 full-year equivalent undergraduate students, more than 1700 active postgraduate students and 4600 full-time-equivalent employees. KTH is one of the leading technical universities in Europe and highly respected worldwide, especially in the domains of technology and natural sciences.
Solna • Urban Studies • Medicine, General, Internal
Karolinska Institutet is Sweden's third oldest medical school, after Uppsala University (founded in 1477) and Lund University (founded in 1666). Research at Karolinska Institutet accounts for more than 40% of all academic medical research in Sweden.
The Karolinska University Hospital, located in Solna and Huddinge, is associated with the university as a research and teaching hospital. Together they form an academic health science centre. It is one of Sweden's largest centres for training and research, accounting for 30 percent of the medical training and 40 percent of the medical academic research conducted nationwide. While most of the medical programs are taught in Swedish, the bulk of the Ph.D. projects are conducted in English.
A committee of the institute appoints the laureates for the Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine. The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet is a body at Karolinska Institutet that awards the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. The Nobel Assembly consists of fifty professors from various medical disciplines at Karolinska Institutet.
Stockholm • Business
Stockholm • Economics • Business • Management
SSE's Masters in Management program is ranked no. 33 worldwide by the Financial Times. QS ranks SSE no.26 among universities in the field of economics worldwide.
SSE is accredited by EQUIS certifying that all of its main activities, teaching as well as research, are of the highest international standards. SSE is also the Swedish member institution of CEMS together with universities such as London School of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, Tsinghua University, Bocconi University, HEC Paris, ESADE Business School, and the University of St. Gallen.
SSE has founded sister organizations: SSE Riga in Riga, Latvia, and SSE Russia in St Petersburg and Moscow, Russia. It also operates the European Institute of Japanese Studies (Japanese, kanji: 欧州日本研究所, Japanese, romaji: Ōshū Nihon kenkyūjo), a research institute in Tokyo, Japan.
The Centre for Fashion Studies at Stockholm University was founded in 2006. In January 2008 a PhD Programme was introduced.
Stockholm • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance Law
Stockholm • Computer Science, Robotics
In January 2005 SICS had approximately 88 employees, of which 77 are researchers and 30 have PhD degrees. The institute is located in the Kista district of Stockholm, with the main office in the Electrum building.
Stockholm • Dance
Since 1 January 2014, DOCH is a part of Stockholm University of the Arts. The University of Dance and Circus was previously known as the University College of Dance (Danshögskolan). Its current name was adopted on January 1, 2010.
The school was founded during a period when the earlier volontaire sustem had stopped working and before state founded journalism schools started in the early 1960s. It was for a long time the only private journalism school in the entire Nordic region; only Germany and the USA at that time had similar private schools. Although there was a lack of educated journalists there was initial hesitation to the Poppius initiative, due to a belief that journalism could only be learnt through experience, not taught.
Set Poppius started the school with his wife Ebba. Set was the school manager and teacher while his wife was responsible for the school's finances. The school soon developed a good reputation amongst journalists, and many praised the school such as Majgull Axelsson, Beppe Wolgers, Svante Foerster, Carl Otto Werkelid, Malou von Sivers, Mona Krantz, Hans Nestius, Mats Lundegård, Sten Hedman, Magdalena Ribbing, Kristin Kaspersen, Fredrik Lindström and Carolina Neurath.
Set Poppius died in 1972 and Ebba Poppios ran the school for a few more years. The study school Vuxenskolan operated the school between 1974 and 1986. The school today is run by a non profit foundation and is financed solely by student tuition fees.
Solna • Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Physiology • Medicine, General, Internal
SciLifeLab was established in 2010 and was appointed a national center in 2013 by the Swedish government. More than 200 elite research groups composed by 1,500 researchers are associated and work at SciLifeLab's two campuses in Stockholm and Uppsala. The Stockholm campus is surrounded by one of the largest hospitals in Europe both the old and the new Karolinska University Hospital buildings, the Karolinska Institute and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. SciLifeLab is provided with SEK 150 million per year in state funds separate from other national and European grants and infrastructure support in the fields of drug discovery, drug development and fundamental research. Together with the prestigious American journal Science, SciLifeLab awards a young researcher prize.
Stockholm • Human Resources, Social Work • Music • Theology, Religion • Health Care Sciences, Services • Nursing • History
The aims of the research programme are in line with the university college’s diaconal history. In 1851, the first nurse training course in Sweden was launched by Marie Cederschiöld under the auspices of Ersta diakoni. The first socially oriented programme at national level began at the turn of the last century in the form of diaconal training at the Stora Sköndal Foundation.
Today Ersta Sköndal University College is owned by Ersta diakoni, Stora Sköndal Foundation and Bräcke diakoni, divided into three campuses located in Södermalm, Stockholm, Stora Sköndal, south of Stockholm and Hisingen, Gothenburg.
The historical background has resulted in human health, welfare, and vulnerability being the focus of study and explains how research fields have developed and given the university its specific profile.
Stockholm • Music
Stockholm • Nursing
Stockholm • Astronomy, Astrophysics • Physics • Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology
Stockholm • Art
Stockholm • Economics • Music • Theology, Religion
The members of Staf are: Karolinska Institutet, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University, Södertörn University, Stockholm School of Economics, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm University of the Arts, Swedish National Defence College, Sophiahemmet University, The Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Royal Institute of Art, The Red Cross University College, Ersta Sköndal University College, Stockholm School of Theology, University College of Music Education in Stockholm, The Erica Foundation.
Stockholm • Art • Film, Radio, Television • Theatre
SADA is now Sweden’s largest institution for higher education in the arts of film, radio, television and theatre with BA and MA courses together with research.
SADA is a national university and offers University Diploma in Performing Arts and Media. The professional training aims at enabling the students to start a professional career directly after their graduation.
The Diploma programmes consist of three years full-time studies, leading to a bachelor's degree, consisting of practical production and team-exercises linked to theoretical specific and interdisciplinary courses. The programmes concentrate mainly on practical work, but also include theory. Continual contact with professionals and professional work is maintained by means of guest lecturers, study visits, and co-productions with other institutions, film companies, radio teams, and theatres.
SADA also offer postgraduate courses, as well as shorter courses as further education for professionals within the field of theatre and media.
In the University of Pennsylvania’s 2013 Global Go To Think Tanks Report, SIPRI is ranked the fifth most influential think tank in the world, after the Brookings Institution, Chatham House, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Stockholm • Physics
Stockholm • Economics
Governing freshwater works on ways to improve freshwater green water and blue water flows.
Regime shifts focuses on sudden and often dramatic changes in social-ecological systems and the subsequent reorganization
Global and cross-level dynamics studies the interactions between human activities and Earth's environment, particularly how local and regional drivers can generate global-scale changes
Urban social-ecological systems studies the challenges posed by urbanization and the transformation of rural, peri-urban and urban landscapes.
Stockholm • Business
Stockholm • Music • Cultural Studies
Stockholm • Economics
SSES has three key areas of operations; academic education, hands-on training activities and inspirational events.
Stockholm • Theology, Religion
The institution has been accredited by the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education to award degrees in the field of Theology (Swedish: kandidatexamen i teologi and masterexamen i teologi, Bachelor of Theology and Master of Theology) as well as in the field of Human Rights (Swedish: kandidatexamen i mänskliga rättigheter). In cooperation with Uppsala University Stockholm School of Theology also award a Master's degree in Human Rights.
The school declares an ecumenical ambition and students include future pastors in the denomination, but also a sizable group training for clerical positions in the Church of Sweden, as well as others.
Stockholm • Art • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Dance
Vice-chancellor is Paula Crabtree, and chairman of the board is Kåre Bremer, former vice-chancellor of Stockholm university.
Stockholm • Nursing
The Red Cross Home Foundation (Stiftelsen Rödakorshemmet) was formed in 1925 to provide training for nurses under the auspices of the Red Cross in Sweden, and has drawn inspiration from the principals and values of the red cross. The Red Cross University College of Nursing (former Red Cross School of Nursing) is situated adjacent to The Royal Institute of Technology's main Campus in Stockholm.
The College building consists of the former south wing of the Red Cross Hospital, which was constructed in 1927, and which today houses the College Administration. In 2004 an adjoining building was constructed which houses the lecture halls, seminar rooms, a café and the College Library.
Stockholm • Law • Political Science
By the decision of the Swedish Riksdag in 1959 Stockholm University College was ordered to move to Frescati located outside the Centre of the town. It would take over ten years, however, before the six, blue high-rise blocks were ready to be moved into at the beginning of the 1970s.
Today the Law Faculty is the largest faculty in the country. The Department of Law has between 2500 and 4000 students every year, who study law either following the undergraduate law programme or in the form of independent law courses for non-degree purposes. The Department employs over a hundred full-time teachers for the purposes of teaching and research.
The Faculty has 30 about professors specialising in traditional legal scientific subjects, such as Jurisprudence, Private Law, Fiscal Law, International Law, Public Law, Procedural Law, Legal History and Criminal Law. These scientists have further specialised knowledge of various other fields of law, such as Labour Law, Company Law, Export Law, Real Property Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property Law, Marketing Law, the Law of Damages and Transportation Law. In addition to that there is one special chair in European Integration Law.
The Department employs the total of about 155 persons, of which approximately 45 persons represent administrative and technical staff.
Stockholm • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance Law
Stockholm • Music • Instruments, Instrumentation
Lilla Akademien, best translated as "The Junior Academy", is a unique school specialising in classical music. Housed in an historic building in the Stockholm district Norrmalm, it was founded in 1994 by a group of music teachers under the leadership of Nina Balabina. In its early years, it provided instrumental tuition for young children at the end of the school day, but since 1998 it offers full-time tuition in music and regular schooling for children from 6 years and up. It eventually expanded to include a gymnasium or senior high school, and in 2005 the first graduates got their high school diplomas in the traditional Swedish manner. In a few years, Lilla Akademien has become one of the most significant institutions for the education of young musicians in Scandinavia, and has established itself as an important part of the Stockholm music scene, performing numerous concerts across the country every year. In 2006 Lilla Akademien opened a post-gymnasial 'Pre-college' one-year programme to help bridge the gap between school and higher musical education.
The aim of Lilla Akademien is to give all of its pupils a solid musical foundation on which to build their lives, whether or not they choose to become professional musicians as a profession. The musical life of the school is intense, and great care is taken to foster a joyful rather than competitive spirit. Priority is given to the creation of an artistic personality for each pupil, and individuality is encouraged. Many of the students at the school have backgrounds in countries other than Sweden, which the school is very proud of. They feel that this reflects the multicultural flavour of Stockholm.
At Lilla Akademien children receive individual lessons in one or more instruments, including piano, organ, violin, viola, cello, double bass, recorder, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, trombone, tuba, harp and percussion. Class music lessons include music theory, aural training, music history, and - in the gymnasium - musical analysis. Singing in the school choir is compulsory up to the age of 17. The music programme is complemented by courses in dance, visual arts and foreign languages. The school follows the Swedish national curriculum and also offers after-school activities for the younger children whose parents work. The school has five orchestras and numerous ensembles. Rehearsals and concert performances are seen as a highly important part of the pupils' education. Pupils have performed both in Sweden and abroad and have been awarded major prizes in international competitions. Lilla Akademien's orchestras have been on many international tours to huge critical acclaim.
The school leadership strives to establish an extensive network of international contacts for pupil exchanges, guest teacher programmes, and concerts in other countries. Collaborative ventures have already taken place with similar schools in England, Estonia and other parts of Europe.
NKS is also Sweden's first public-private partnership (PPP) project in healthcare. The process for contracting, planning and building the hospital has been heavily criticized by an independent review published by Timbro (http://timbro.se/valfard/rapporter/skandalen-nya-karolinska). When the hospital was planned, there was an inadequate assessment of the costs of renovating the old Karolinska and the focus was on architectural design and only after a competition had been held was there feedback from a medical perspective. The hospital is smaller than the current Karolinska and does not meet the future needs of an ageing population with increasing healthcare demands. The contracting of the hospital was also not performed correctly as there was only one bid on the tender. The cost of the hospital is currently estimated to 50 000 million SEK and this does not take into account the costs of increasing the number of beds in other Stockholm hospitals or alternatively keeping the old Karolinska to have sufficient number of hospital beds for future needs. The building costs widely exceed those of other, similar projects in Europe and the US. The contracts and details of the New Karolinska have been classified as confidential information despite the bill being picked up by Stockholm taxpayers.
Stockholm • Music • Education, Educational Research
Stockholm • Music