Linköping University in 1 minute
Linköping University has 3,900 employees, 27,000 students and a turnover of 3,3 billion SEK. Research and education is undertaken within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Institute of Technology, Faculty of Health Sciences and within Educational Sciences.
Education and teaching
Through its 160 degree programmes, of which 20 are in English, LiU is the leading provider of advanced professional degrees (for example Medicine and MSc in Engineering) in Sweden. LiU also offers 550 separate courses, both interdisciplinary and in traditional academic subjects such as languages, physics, mathematics, psychology, history and history of art.
The students come from all over Sweden and are amongst the Swedish graduates with the fastest rate of establishment in the job market and have the highest average salary a year after graduating.
LiU also has an exchange agreement with 500 universities in 50 countries and annually around 1,500 foreign students choose to study at Linköping University.
Research and Development
At LiU research is undertaken in the areas of technology, computer science, medicine and health care, mathematics, natural sciences, educational science, the humanities and social and behavioural sciences as well as in wider interdisciplinary areas, Themes, such as Water and Environmental Studies and Gender Studies.
Research at LiU has developed through close collaborations with both the Swedish and international research communities as well as with the surrounding society. The aim has been to establish research of high excellence whilst ensuring its relevance in society.
Linköping University has campuses in Linköping (Campus Valla and the University Hospital Campus) and in Norrköping. Furthermore there are artistic degrees and courses in Vadstena and at Carl Malmsten Furniture Studies in Stockholm.
University Hospital Campus
Last updated: 2013-06-19