Stockholm University Background
Stockholm University is a public university which was founded in 1878 as a college and got the status of a University in 1960. The university is located in Stockholm, Sweden and is one of the largest universities in Scandinavia.
Stockholm University Programs and Courses
Stockholm University comprises more than three faculties; Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences, and Faculty of Law. All these faculties have more than 65 departments under them some of them are: Department of Education, Department of Human Geography, Department of Political Science, Department of Psychology, Department of Public Health Sciences, Department of Social Anthropology, Department of Social Work, Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies, Department of Asian, Middle Eastern and Turkish Studies, Department of English, Department of Ethnology, History of Religions and Gender Studies, Department of History, Department of Culture and Aesthetics, and many more. Research and training also take place at a number of centres and institutes with a separate governing board, but that organizationally belong to a department.
Stockholm University has more than 34,000 students studying in different undergraduate and graduate programs; the university has 1,717 Doctoral students. The university has more than 5,440 Faculty members.
Stockholm University USP
Stockholm University provides scholarship opportunities to the students on the basis of academic excellence. The university comprises a Library which is one of Sweden’s leading research libraries and we are primarily available to students, researchers, and educators at Stockholm University. The Library provides access to books, journals, articles, and databases, in printed and digital format. The library also teaches the students how to search, select and critically exam scientific resources for your essay or thesis. We also offer advice on how to write and manage references.
Stockholm University Notable Alumni
Svante Arrhenius (Nobel Prize in Chemistry), Bert Bolin, meteorologist (First chairman Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), Horace Engdahl (former Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy)
Stockholm University Programs
Average Academic Score
Bachelors: SEK 90,000
Masters: SEK 90,000
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Bachelors: 15 January
Masters: 15 January
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Stockholm University Rankings
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