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  • Learn more about Swedish history

    View of Södermalm in Stockholm and Stockholm State Museum.
    Stockholm stadsmuseum
    Published Jan 31, 2020

    Spend the afternoon at the Museum of Stockholm and learn about Stockholm and Sweden, from the glorious days of the Swedish Empire, to Sweden being one of the poorest countries in Europe and on to the ...

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  • Swedish increasingly important to KTH

    Rebecca Hincks and Charlotte Hurdelbrink
    Charlotte Hurdelbrink and Rebecca Hincks are language planners at KTH.
    Published Jan 28, 2020

    Being Sweden's second most international university is a privilege, but it also has its challenges. With fewer and fewer Swedish-speaking employees, KTH risks its role as an important participant in s...

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  • The pros teach you how to skate

    Anton Haga Lööf and Oskar Ringström at Östermalm IP. They are wearing hockey equipment with the KTH logo on and they drink something from mugs.
    Anton Haga Lööf and Oskar Ringström from KTH Hockey. Photo Tony Wallin.
    Published Jan 28, 2020

    When the ice hockey association KTH Hockey arranged skating school for KTH's employees, it was a success. Nearly 50 participants, mostly foreign researchers and post docs, received a skating lesson fr...

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  • PAYE tax return at the individual level has replaced the end-of-year income statements

    Published Jan 24, 2020

    As of the 1st January, 2019, PAYE tax return at the individual level applies. As the accounting is done on a monthly basis, the end-of-year income statements to Skatteverket will no longer be sent - ...

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  • Debate article: A practical guide to academic air travel reduction

    Published Jan 20, 2020
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  • How to book taxi before the taxi agreement is implemented

    Published Jan 13, 2020

    The taxi agreement has not yet been implemented. Here is, therefore, a recommendation from KHT:s Travel Manager.

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  • Right to remain in employment for up to 68 years

    Published Jan 07, 2020
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  • The climate fund in practical

    Aircraft cabin
    Published Dec 17, 2019

    Cutting back on air travel and with it carbon dioxide emissions is an issue KTH is continuously addressing to help sustainable development and is one of KTH's general sustainability goals. “Reducin...

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  • Occupational health care 2020

    Doctor with stethoscope.
    Photo: Unsplash
    Published Dec 11, 2019
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  • Salary review 2019

    Published Dec 10, 2019
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  • Still in town for Christmas and/or New Year?

    View over Södermälarstrand in Stockholm.
    Photo: Unsplash
    Published Dec 06, 2019
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  • “What’s difficult is what’s fun”

    Susann Boij talking to some students in the lecture hall
    Boij wants students to reflect together and perform plausibility assessments on problems. She encourages them to interrupt lectures with questions, which creates dialogue. Photo: Fredrik Persson
    Published Dec 03, 2019

    Susann Boij, Associate Professor and Head of the Aeronautical Engineering Programme at the School of Engineering Sciences has been awarded the KTH Pedagogical Prize for 2019. She has been given the aw...

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  • Information about removing unknown bicycles at KTH campus

    Map of KTH Campus
    Marked in red in the picture are the places on the KTH Campus where bicycle marking takes place.
    Published Dec 03, 2019
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  • He receives the prize for green laboratory courses

    Peter Dinér is talking to two students in the lab.
    Peter Dinér together with students in the laboratory. Photo: Fredrik Persson
    Published Dec 02, 2019

    Peter Dinér, Associate Professor of Chemistry at the School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (CBH) is the recipient of the KTH’s Pedagogical Prize 2019. He is receiving t...

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  • Manage your agreements before the long Christmas holidays

    Published Nov 26, 2019

    The National holidays occur on weekdays this year. This means KTH’s Civil Law and Contracts Unit is open until 20 December 2019 and re-opens again on 7 January 2020. Please send us any agreements that...

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  • Gender equality benefits the organisation on all levels

    Published Nov 15, 2019

    As an officer responsible for faculty renewal, she has integrated perspectives of gender equality in the recruitment of new staff. As Head of the School of Architecture and the Built Environment (the ...

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  • Regarding the unrest in Hong Kong

    Published Nov 14, 2019

    Here is information about the measures KTH has taken with regard to the 22 KTH students currently enrolled in programmes in Hong Kong. As the unrest has escalated and Sweden’s Ministry of Foreign Affa...

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  • UKÄ's site visit at KTH

    Published Oct 30, 2019

    KTH will soon be visited by the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) to review how well our system for quality assurance of all education works. This time the assessment panel will meet a broader ...

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  • Careers Week Helps Researchers to Take the Next Step

    Published Oct 28, 2019

    KTH has gathered a number of useful seminars and workshops under the umbrella of our Careers Week, which takes place during the first week of November. These events are aimed at all researchers and do...

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  • Data management plan creates order and structure

    Rosa Lönneborg in front of a wall of red autumn leaves.
    Rosa Lönneborg has responsibility for coordination at the research data office, the support group that was created at Joint Operational Support (GVS). Foto: Marianne Norén
    Published Oct 22, 2019

    A virtual research data office has been set up within the University Administration. The aim of this initiative is to link together the expertise within KTH that works to support researchers in issues...

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