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Stockholm University

Stockholm University (Swedish: Stockholms universitet) is a public research university in Stockholm, Sweden, founded as a college in 1878, with university status since 1960. With over 33,000 students at four different faculties: law, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, it is one of the largest universities in Scandinavia. The institution is regarded as one of the top 100 universities in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).

Stockholm University
Stockholms universitet
TypePublic university
Established1878
(University status since 1960)
RectorProf. Astrid Söderbergh Widding
Academic staff
5,500 (2018)
Students33,000 individuals, 26,273 (FTE) (2018)
1,600 (2018)
Location,
CampusUrban
AffiliationsEUA
UNICA
Websitewww.su.se/english
www.su.se

Stockholm University was granted university status in 1960, making it the fourth oldest Swedish university. As with other public universities in Sweden, Stockholm University's mission includes teaching and research anchored in society at large.

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The initiative for the formation of Stockholm University was taken by the Stockholm City Council. The process was completed after a decision in December 1865 regarding the establishment of a fund and a committee to "establish a higher education institution in the capital". The nine members of the Committee were respected and prominent citizens whose work had helped the evolution of science and society.

The next important step was taken in October 1869, when the Stockholm University College Association was established. Several members of the committee became members of the association – including Professor Pehr Henrik Malmsten. The association's mission was to establish a college in Stockholm and would "not be dissolved until the college came into being and its future could be considered secure." The memorandum of the Stockholm University College was adopted in May 1877, and in the autumn semester of the following year, actual operations began.

In 1878, the university college Stockholms högskola started its operations with a series of lectures on natural sciences, open to curious citizens (a tradition still upheld by yearly publicly open lectures). Notable in the university's early history is the appointment of Sofia Kovalevskaya to hold a chair in the mathematics department in 1889, making her the third female professor in Europe. In 1904 the college became an official degree granting institution.

Fredrik Blom's house at Experimentalfältet, now used for the central administration of Stockholm University

In 1960, the college was granted university status, becoming Sweden's fourth state university. The university premises were situated in central Stockholm at Observatorielunden but increased enrollment resulted in a lack of space, which required the university campus to be shifted to a bigger facility. Since 1970 most of the university operations are located at the main campus at Frescati north of the city center, the former Experimentalfältet, previously used by the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry.

Stockholm University is a state agency and is governed by decisions taken by the government and parliament. The university has the right, within the limits the government provides, to decide on many issues such as their internal organization, educational provision and the admission of students.

Intra-university bodies

  • The University Board is the university's highest governing body. The board is responsible for the university's mission as a government agency and for following the requirements of laws and regulations. The board reports to the government. It consists of eight external members (including the Chairman and Vice-Chairman), four business representatives from the university with two group deputies and three student representatives (one graduate student representative) with one deputy. The University Board is above the rector who is the head of the agency and has operational responsibility for all operations. The rector has a pro rector to replace him/her if necessary.
  • There are two area boards at the university, the Area board of science and the Area board of humanities, law and social sciences. They are headed by a vice rector. The area boards are responsible for strategic planning of education and research, coordination of faculty teaching, research and internal and external collaboration.
  • After the area boards, the faculty boards are the highest decision-making bodies at the faculty level. The faculty boards consists of the dean, the assistant dean, other business representatives and student representatives. The deans are appointed by the president after proposal by choice within the faculty.
  • After faculties, decisions are taken at the departmental level, where each department has a department head who manages and makes decisions together with the departmental board.
  • The University administration is the preparation and service organization for the University Board, rector and other decision-making bodies, and it is led by the executive director. The University administration has a number of units, for example, finance department, IT department, HR department and the student section. There are also units for strategy, planning and communications.
  • The Executive Director is the most senior official at Stockholm University and decides on matters including the university administration's organization and finances.

Education and research at Stockholm University is carried out within the natural sciences and the humanities/social sciences. Within these fields, there are four faculties with 56 departments, institutes and centers within the humanities, law, natural sciences and social sciences. Research and training also takes place at a number of centers and institutes with a separate governing board, but that organisationally belong to a department.

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Stockholm University offers courses at both undergraduate and advanced level. There are 190 study programmes in total, including 75 master's programmes taught in English, and 1,700 courses to choose from within human science and science. Students can choose between studying one or more free-standing courses, that each may last between five weeks and one semester, or apply for a full study programme.

The university's researchers engage in governmental investigations, are active in the media, provide responses to proposed legislation and are included in several Nobel committees and international expert bodies.

Askö Laboratory

Stockholm University Marine Research center (SMF) provides "Askö Laboratory", where Research on ecosystems, ecology and the impact of human interference is carried out. The field station was built in 1961 by Professor Lars Silén, Head of the Department of Zoology, and is now established as a renowned marine research center.

Tarfala

Tarfala research station belongs to the Department of Physical Geography. The station is located 1135 meters above sea level in Tarfaladalen, on the east side of Kebnekaise in arctic / alpine surroundings and conducts glaciological, hydrological, meteorological and climatological research. The station has the capacity to accommodate groups of up to 25 people and the staff consists of 2–5 people.

Tovetorp

Tovetorp Zoological Research Station belongs to the Department of Zoology, and is located about 95 km southwest of Stockholm. It conducts research and training activities in ecology and ethology. Every year Tovetorp is visited by up to 600 students who live and study between 2–10 days on the station. On the research side, over 20 people work today with different research projects. The number of employees are currently 6 people.

Prior to 2008, Stockholm University had only one student union called Stockholm University Student Union (Stockholm universitets studentkår, SUS). However, since 2008 the computer and system science students and the teacher students have their own, independent, student unions called DISK and "The Teacher's College's Student Union" (Lärarhögskolans studentkår). The law students also have their own student union, as do journalism students (Studentkåren vid JMK).

The future of the Teacher's College's Student Union is however not entirely safe, as Stockholm University's Student Union has declared it will begin talks with the Teacher's College's Student Union on transferring its members to it, as it already has a teacher's division. In contrast to common belief, DISK is not an abbreviation.

University rankings
Global – Overall
ARWU World69
QS World148
THE World134
USNWR Global114

In the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2020, an annual publication of university rankings by Shanghai Ranking Consultancy/Academic Ranking of World Universities, Stockholm University was placed as the 69th overall best university worldwide.

The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2018 listed Stockholm University at position 134 on the list of the world's top universities. Times Higher Education World University Rankings are annual university rankings published by British Times Higher Education (THE) magazine.

In the QS World University Rankings, Stockholm University was ranked 148 overall in the world in 2021. Its subject rankings were: 23rd in Environmental Sciences, 37th in Sociology, 98th in Natural Sciences, 132nd in Arts & Humanities, 238th in Life Sciences & Medicine, 297th in Engineering and Technology, and 175th in Social Sciences and Management.

In the US News & World Report Rankings, Stockholm University was ranked 114 overall in the world in 2021, 4 in Sweden and 43 within Europe.

In the CWTS Leiden Ranking 2014, Stockholm University was placed at 140 on the list of universities in the world.

The main part of Stockholm University is in the Frescati area, which extends from the Bergius Botanical Garden in the north to Sveaplan in the south. It is located in the world's first national urban park and the area is characterized by nature, architecture and modern art, featuring such notable buildings as the Aula Magna (auditorium). Within Frescati, the areas Albano, the Bergius Botanical Garden, Frescati Backe, Frescati Hage, Kräftriket, Lilla Frescati and Sveaplan are located. The names of many of these areas have a history dating back to the late 1700s. After Gustav III's trip to Italy in 1783–84, several places at Brunnsviken were given Italian names. Stockholm University has another campus in Kista, which houses the Department of computer and systems sciences.

There are many ways to get to Stockholm University. The main campus Frescati is located near the underground railway station Universitetet metro station, on the red line of the Stockholm Metro. The commuter train line Roslagsbanan also stop close to the main campus, at Universitetet railway station. SL buses 50, 52, 540, 608, 624C, 628C, 639, 670, 676 och 680 can also be used to get to the campus.

The Computer Science campus, Kista, also is close to an underground station called Kista. It is also located close to the pendeltåg station Helenelund, only one or two stops (depending on bus line) from the bus station Torsnäsgatan located next to the campus area.

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Stockholm University
Stockholm University Language Watch Edit Stockholm University Swedish Stockholms universitet is a public research university in Stockholm Sweden founded as a college in 1878 with university status since 1960 With over 33 000 students at four different faculties law humanities social sciences and natural sciences it is one of the largest universities in Scandinavia The institution is regarded as one of the top 100 universities in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities ARWU 2 Stockholm UniversityStockholms universitetTypePublic universityEstablished1878 University status since 1960 RectorProf Astrid Soderbergh WiddingAcademic staff5 500 2018 1 Students33 000 individuals 26 273 FTE 2018 1 Doctoral students1 600 2018 1 LocationStockholm SwedenCampusUrbanAffiliationsEUA UNICAWebsitewww wbr su wbr se wbr english www wbr su wbr se Stockholm University was granted university status in 1960 making it the fourth oldest Swedish university As with other public universities in Sweden Stockholm University s mission includes teaching and research anchored in society at large 3 Contents 1 History 2 Organisation 2 1 Intra university bodies 3 Departments institutes and centers 4 Courses and programmes 5 Research 6 Field stations 7 Student unions 8 Rankings 9 Campus 10 Public transportation to Stockholm University 11 Notable people 11 1 Academics 11 2 Alumni 12 See also 13 References 14 External linksHistory EditThe initiative for the formation of Stockholm University was taken by the Stockholm City Council The process was completed after a decision in December 1865 regarding the establishment of a fund and a committee to establish a higher education institution in the capital 4 The nine members of the Committee were respected and prominent citizens whose work had helped the evolution of science and society 5 The next important step was taken in October 1869 when the Stockholm University College Association was established 6 Several members of the committee became members of the association including Professor Pehr Henrik Malmsten 7 The association s mission was to establish a college in Stockholm and would not be dissolved until the college came into being and its future could be considered secure The memorandum of the Stockholm University College was adopted in May 1877 and in the autumn semester of the following year actual operations began In 1878 the university college Stockholms hogskola started its operations with a series of lectures on natural sciences open to curious citizens a tradition still upheld by yearly publicly open lectures Notable in the university s early history is the appointment of Sofia Kovalevskaya to hold a chair in the mathematics department in 1889 making her the third female professor in Europe In 1904 the college became an official degree granting institution Fredrik Blom s house at Experimentalfaltet now used for the central administration of Stockholm University In 1960 the college was granted university status becoming Sweden s fourth state university The university premises were situated in central Stockholm at Observatorielunden but increased enrollment resulted in a lack of space which required the university campus to be shifted to a bigger facility Since 1970 most of the university operations are located at the main campus at Frescati north of the city center the former Experimentalfaltet previously used by the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry Organisation EditStockholm University is a state agency and is governed by decisions taken by the government and parliament The university has the right within the limits the government provides to decide on many issues such as their internal organization educational provision and the admission of students Intra university bodies Edit The University Boardis the university s highest governing body The board is responsible for the university s mission as a government agency and for following the requirements of laws and regulations The board reports to the government It consists of eight external members including the Chairman and Vice Chairman four business representatives from the university with two group deputies and three student representatives one graduate student representative with one deputy The University Board is above the rector who is the head of the agency and has operational responsibility for all operations The rector has a pro rector to replace him her if necessary There are two area boards at the university the Area board of science and the Area board of humanities law and social sciences They are headed by a vice rector The area boards are responsible for strategic planning of education and research coordination of faculty teaching research and internal and external collaboration After the area boards the faculty boards are the highest decision making bodies at the faculty level The faculty boards consists of the dean the assistant dean other business representatives and student representatives The deans are appointed by the president after proposal by choice within the faculty After faculties decisions are taken at the departmental level where each department has a department head who manages and makes decisions together with the departmental board The University administration is the preparation and service organization for the University Board rector and other decision making bodies and it is led by the executive director The University administration has a number of units for example finance department IT department HR department and the student section There are also units for strategy planning and communications The Executive Director is the most senior official at Stockholm University and decides on matters including the university administration s organization and finances Departments institutes and centers EditEducation and research at Stockholm University is carried out within the natural sciences and the humanities social sciences Within these fields there are four faculties with 56 departments institutes and centers within the humanities law natural sciences and social sciences Research and training also takes place at a number of centers and institutes with a separate governing board but that organisationally belong to a department 8 Courses and programmes EditThis section needs expansion You can help by adding to it August 2019 Stockholm University offers courses at both undergraduate 9 and advanced level 10 There are 190 study programmes in total including 75 master s programmes taught in English and 1 700 courses to choose from within human science and science Students can choose between studying one or more free standing courses that each may last between five weeks and one semester or apply for a full study programme Research EditThe university s researchers engage in governmental investigations are active in the media provide responses to proposed legislation and are included in several Nobel committees and international expert bodies 11 Field stations EditAsko Laboratory Stockholm University Marine Research center SMF provides Asko Laboratory where Research on ecosystems ecology and the impact of human interference is carried out The field station was built in 1961 by Professor Lars Silen Head of the Department of Zoology and is now established as a renowned marine research center 12 Tarfala Tarfala research station belongs to the Department of Physical Geography The station is located 1135 meters above sea level in Tarfaladalen on the east side of Kebnekaise in arctic alpine surroundings and conducts glaciological hydrological meteorological and climatological research The station has the capacity to accommodate groups of up to 25 people and the staff consists of 2 5 people 13 Tovetorp Tovetorp Zoological Research Station belongs to the Department of Zoology and is located about 95 km southwest of Stockholm It conducts research and training activities in ecology and ethology Every year Tovetorp is visited by up to 600 students who live and study between 2 10 days on the station On the research side over 20 people work today with different research projects The number of employees are currently 6 people 14 Student unions EditPrior to 2008 Stockholm University had only one student union called Stockholm University Student Union Stockholm universitets studentkar SUS However since 2008 the computer and system science students 15 and the teacher students have their own independent student unions called DISK and The Teacher s College s Student Union Lararhogskolans studentkar The law students also have their own student union as do journalism students Studentkaren vid JMK The future of the Teacher s College s Student Union is however not entirely safe as Stockholm University s Student Union has declared it will begin talks with the Teacher s College s Student Union on transferring its members to it as it already has a teacher s division In contrast to common belief DISK is not an abbreviation 16 Rankings EditUniversity rankingsGlobal OverallARWU World 17 69QS World 18 148THE World 19 134USNWR Global 20 114 In the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2020 an annual publication of university rankings by Shanghai Ranking Consultancy Academic Ranking of World Universities Stockholm University was placed as the 69th overall best university worldwide 21 The Times Higher Education THE World University Rankings 2018 listed Stockholm University at position 134 22 on the list of the world s top universities Times Higher Education World University Rankings are annual university rankings published by British Times Higher Education THE magazine In the QS World University Rankings 23 Stockholm University was ranked 148 overall in the world in 2021 Its subject rankings were 23rd in Environmental Sciences 37th in Sociology 98th in Natural Sciences 132nd in Arts amp Humanities 238th in Life Sciences amp Medicine 297th in Engineering and Technology and 175th in Social Sciences and Management In the US News amp World Report Rankings 24 Stockholm University was ranked 114 overall in the world in 2021 4 in Sweden and 43 within Europe In the CWTS Leiden Ranking 2014 25 Stockholm University was placed at 140 on the list of universities in the world Campus EditThe main part of Stockholm University is in the Frescati area which extends from the Bergius Botanical Garden in the north to Sveaplan in the south It is located in the world s first national urban park and the area is characterized by nature architecture and modern art featuring such notable buildings as the Aula Magna auditorium Within Frescati the areas Albano the Bergius Botanical Garden Frescati Backe Frescati Hage Kraftriket Lilla Frescati and Sveaplan are located The names of many of these areas have a history dating back to the late 1700s After Gustav III s trip to Italy in 1783 84 several places at Brunnsviken were given Italian names Stockholm University has another campus in Kista which houses the Department of computer and systems sciences 26 Public transportation to Stockholm University EditThere are many ways to get to Stockholm University The main campus Frescati is located near the underground railway station Universitetet metro station on the red line of the Stockholm Metro The commuter train line Roslagsbanan also stop close to the main campus at Universitetet railway station SL buses 50 52 540 608 624C 628C 639 670 676 och 680 can also be used to get to the campus The Computer Science campus Kista also is close to an underground station called Kista It is also located close to the pendeltag station Helenelund only one or two stops depending on bus line from the bus station Torsnasgatan located next to the campus area Notable people EditAcademics Edit Karl Olov Arnstberg former Professor of Ethology Svante Arrhenius 1903 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Hans von Euler Chelpin 1929 Nobel Prize in Chemistry George de Hevesy 1943 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Paul Crutzen 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Frank Wilczek 2004 Nobel Prize in Physics and a Professor of Physics Tomas Transtromer 2011 Nobel Prize in Literature Gunnar Myrdal economist sociologist and politician Received the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1974 Hans Bielenstein sinologist Bert Bolin meteorologist first chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC Meemann Chang paleontologist Sara Danius Professor in Literature member of the Swedish Academy Horace Engdahl former Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy Harry Flam economist Dean of the School of Business Christer Fuglesang astronaut first Swede and Scandinavian in space Gunnar von Heijne Professor at the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics Oskar Klein Professor in Physics Thorsten Mauritsen Danish climate scientist Johan Rockstrom Professor of Environmental Science Carl Gustav Rossby meteorologist Velta Ruke Dravina 1917 2003 Latvian born Swedish linguist folklorist professor Ebba Witt Brattstrom Professor in Literature Carl Herman Tillhagen folklorist Lucas Gottzen Professor of Child and Youth StudiesAlumni Edit Main category Stockholm University alumni BusinessMia Brunell CEO Kinnevik Annika Falkengren CEO SEB Johan Stael von Holstein Swedish entrepreneur Peter Wallenberg Swedish business leader Goran Bronner CFO Swedbank Torbjorn Tornqvist CEO Gunvor Politics and societyHans Blix LLD diplomat Carl Bildt Prime Minister of Sweden 1991 1994 and Foreign Minister 2006 2014 Thomas Bodstrom former Swedish Minister of Justice Dag Hammarskjold Doctorate in Economics 1933 U N Secretary General Karin Kock Lindberg first woman to hold a Ministerial position in Sweden and first female professor of national economy in Sweden 27 Princess Madeleine of Sweden studied Art History and Ethnology Carolina Neurath Swedish journalist and writer Barbro Osher diplomat and philanthropist Olof Palme Prime Minister of Sweden Andreas Papandreou Greek prime minister Taught at the university 1968 1969 Georgios Papandreou Greek prime minister Studied sociology 1972 1973 Fredrik Reinfeldt Prime Minister of Sweden 2006 2014 Victoria Crown Princess of Sweden studied Political Science Sara Skyttedal MEP for Sweden Entertainment and artAlexander Ahndoril author Daniel Birnbaum director of Moderna Museet Dr Alban citation needed Ingmar Bergman film director Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril author Signe Hammarsten Jansson 1882 1970 Class of 1905 Swedish illustrator Jens Lapidus criminal defense lawyer and author Peter Lindgren former guitarist of Opeth Petra Mede comedian TV presenter Greg Poehler actor author Andre Pops TV presenter Johan Rheborg actor Vilgot Sjoman film director author Maria Lynn Ehren Miss Universe Thailand 2017 Top 5 Miss Universe 2017 Bilal Haq poet and geoscientist studied and taught at the university 1970s See also EditStockholm University Library Bergian Garden of Stockholm University Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm School of Economics List of modern universities in Europe 1801 1945 List of universities in SwedenReferences Edit a b c The University in Figures Stockholm University www su se Retrieved 7 August 2019 http www ulinks com topuniversities htm top 200 Hogskolelag 1992 1434 www notisum se Retrieved 31 March 2018 Thomasson Carl Gustaf Stockholms hogskolas matrikel 1878 1887 Stockholm 1969 sid 52 Engstrom Eric Stockholms hogskolas gynnare Givare och donatorer under hogskolans uppbyggnadsskede Uppsats pedagogiska institutionen Stockholms universitet artal Nordisk familjebok Uggleupplagan 27 Stockholm Nynas jarnvag Syrsor Stockholms hogskola 1918 Svensk Uppslagsbok Stockholms hogskola Baltiska forlaget A B Lund 1929 Departments Stockholm University www su se Retrieved 31 March 2018 Bachelor s Programmes Stockholm University www su se Retrieved 7 August 2019 Master s Programmes Stockholm University www su se Retrieved 7 August 2019 Archived copy Archived from the original on 2013 09 21 Retrieved 2013 09 17 CS1 maint archived copy as title link Facts Askolaboratoriet Archived 2013 09 20 at archive today Tarfala Research Station Stockholm University www su se Retrieved 31 March 2018 Tovetorp research station startpage in swedish Archived 2013 09 21 at the Wayback Machine Archived copy PDF Archived from the original PDF on 2009 02 25 Retrieved 2008 06 03 CS1 maint archived copy as title link Styrelsen Studentkaren DISK disk su se Retrieved 31 March 2018 ARWU World University Rankings 2020 Academic Ranking of World Universities 2020 Top 500 universities Shanghai Ranking 2020 www shanghairanking com Retrieved 23 November 2020 QS World University Rankings 2022 topuniversities com 19 June 2021 Retrieved 19 June 2021 World University Rankings timeshighereducation com 6 August 2018 Retrieved 6 August 2018 U S News Education Best Global Universities 2020 Academic Ranking of World Universities 2020 Shanghairanking World University Rankings timeshighereducation co uk 6 August 2018 Retrieved 6 August 2018 QS World University Rankings 2022 Top Universities Retrieved 2021 06 19 Best Global Universities in Sweden US News Education US News amp World Report Retrieved 19 June 2021 CWTS Centre for Science and Technology Studies CWTS Leiden Ranking CWTS Leiden Ranking Retrieved 31 March 2018 Facts regarding the campus Archived 2013 09 21 at the Wayback Machine Karin Kock Kvinnor i arbete in Swedish Gothenburg University Retrieved 21 November 2011 External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Stockholm University Official website of Stockholm University in Swedish Stockholm University in English Coordinates 59 21 55 N 18 03 30 E 59 36528 N 18 05833 E 59 36528 18 05833 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Stockholm University amp oldid 1050220807, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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