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The board of KTH appoints an external inquiry

The board decided at an extraordinary meeting on 16 May to appoint an external inquiry regarding the procedure for offering a professorship. The plan is for the investigation to be ready by June 17.

Anders Söderholm

Hearing of proposed new President

Anders Söderholm spoke about his visions for a future KTH, where he is currently the President of KTH from 1 December. Among other things, he emphasized the importance of a good interaction between the line organization and the faculty.

Vice President Annika Stensson Trigell

High-quality research with areas for improvement

The international experts conducting the assessment were impressed by the high standard and societal impact of the research, according to Annika Stensson Trigell, Vice President of research, who led the work.

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He receives award for encouraging mentorship

Mark Smith has built up Kista Mentorspace into a meeting place where everyone can meet, be inspired and exchange knowledge and ideas. The commitment comes from his desire to help students grow and develop their talents. He is now awarded KTH’s pedagogical prize.

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The road towards a new European university

Students can enhance their KTH higher education qualification through selected special courses from other top European universities. Researchers and communities can collaborate more easily between countries. Learn more about the Unite network.

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New campus films

Why are KTH’s five campuses located where they are? Our new campus films explains and highlights the strategic focus areas of each campus.


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The University Director starting a new blog

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University Director Kerstin Jacobsson on support services and their role in KTH's development as a leading university.