this is malmö university. Founded 1998 24 000 students 1 500 employees Five multidisciplinary faculties : Faculty of Technology and Society Faculty of Culture and Society Faculty of Health and Society Faculty of Odontology Faculty of Education and Society
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
24 000 students
1 500 employees
Faculty of Technology and Society
Faculty of Culture and Society
Faculty of Health and Society
Faculty of Odontology
Faculty of Education and Society
Offers 100 programmes and 500 singlecourses
20 programmes taught in English
Turnover1.2 Billion SEK
24 000 students
2/3 of Malmö University’s students are female
1/3 of Malmö University’s students have a foreign background
Are often from a home without higher educational traditions
Are after graduation assigned or employed within their field of studies
52,7 % professionalqualification30,3 % bachelordegrees 9,0 % one-year master degrees3,5 % highereducationqualification4,5 % master degreesMost common professionalqualifications49,5 % Bachelor of Arts in Education13,0 % Bachelor of Science in Nursing10,8 % Bachelor of Science in Social Work 6,4 % Bachelor of Science in Engineering 4,4 % Bachelor of Arts in Study and Career Guidance
Approximately 80 professors*Approximately 200 research students
Research that makes the difference…
Our ambition is for the University’s research tocontributeto the developmentof a sustainablesociety.
It is importantthatour research is wellestablished in the surroundingsociety.
* Malmö University has 38 percentofwomen professors. Thismeansthatwehavethe highest proportion ofwomen professors in the country. Stockholms University falls in second placewith28 percent.
Biofilms - Research Center for Biointerfaces
Centre for Profession Studies (CPS)
Malmö Institute for Studies of Sexology and Sexuality Studies
The Centre for Work Life Studies (CTA)
Institute for studies of Malmö History (IMH)
Internet ofThings and People Research Centre
Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM)
MEDEA CollaborativeMedia Initiative
Sweden’sthirdbiggest city with a population ofaround 300,000.
Average age groupof Malmö citizens is 36 years. In Skåne the average age group is 40 years and in Sweden it is 41 years.
Culturally diverse witharound 170 nationalities.
Previously a traditionalindustry city, nowcharacterised by entrepreneurship and a skilledworkforce.
Linkedwith Copenhagen and the rest ofEurope via the Öresund Bridge.
In the population group25-64 years, 46% of Malmö residents have a highereducation. The overall proportion for Sweden is high at 40%.
Source: Malmö Town