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News – Future Education at KTH

  • Summary of projects starting in 2023 for the future of education at KTH

    Pink+green post-its on 13 dark blue text boxes, clustered in 5 onion-shaped areas A-E.
    The projects' primary mapping to the framework's areas/principles. Pink projects are initiated by the programme Future Education at KTH and carried out by the schools. Green projects by other organisational entities within KTH or related to KTH.
    Published May 10, 2023

    Future Education projects starting in 2023 are carried out by KTH schools or other organisational units within, or related to, KTH. Three major themes can be identified: programme development, sustain...

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  • Future education projects at SCI

    Illustration of students connected to a machine by wires. The machine looks like a mill.
    The teachers at the SCI school have always been creative in finding new educational methods. This is one of many examples :-)
    Published May 01, 2023

    During the Spring we have discussed, with department directors of studies and programme directors, ideas for development projects that can start in 2023 as part of the Future Education development pro...

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  • Inspiration, collaboration, and synergy set the tone for the programme's first project conference

    Word cloud in Swedish. For English, see "Participants' expectations" at the end of the article.
    Published Apr 17, 2023

    The programme management for Future Education had invited KTH's management team and the schools' Directors of First and Second Cycle Education (GA) and deputy GA to discuss proposals for projects that...

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  • What does the President say about change and Future Education at KTH

    Published Mar 28, 2023

    KTH President Anders Söderholm in this introduction speech at the KTH SoTL 2023 conference talks about what we must reflect on and take action on for the future of education.

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  • See the programme management's first presentation at the Storträffen in autumn 2022

    Published Mar 22, 2023

    "A smörgåsbord to organise ourselves around" said Joakim Lilliesköld about the framework principles for the Future Education during the autumn's Storträff. Joakim, Anna Jerbrant and Gunnar Tibert are...

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  • Rethinking the crisis

    Group photo of two women and three men who are smiling.
    From left to right: Joakim Lilliesköld, programme manager of Future Education at KTH, and Sofie Kim, programme communicator, Linda Barman, Department of Learning and moderator during this year's conference, Johan Flid Fridell, host of the podcast "Fikasnack about the education of the future", Per Fagrell, programme coordinator.
    Published Mar 15, 2023

    Running a major change program for educations at KTH in the shadow of savings requirements and high costs for premises may raise some questions. The answer, however, seems to be that forward-looking i...

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  • Future education - what will it look like?

    Three persons on a balcony.
    Joakim Lilliesköld, Filip Axelsson and Anna Burvall with different perspectives on the future of education at KTH.
    Published Feb 28, 2023

    What will education at KTH look like in 10 years’ time? How can we make our programmes even more relevant and robust in global competition? Is there a pre-/post-pandemic factor when it comes to new wa...

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  • Per Fagrell on his role as programme coordinator

    Photo of Per Fagrell.
    Published Feb 08, 2023

    As of this year, Per Fagrell will be the programme coordinator for Future Education. Together with a communicator, he will support the programme management. Here, Per answers some questions about hims...

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  • Future Education at the School of Engineering Sciences 

    Foto: studenter inne på borggården till KTH:s huvudbyggnad under blå himmel med vita moln.
    Published Dec 16, 2022
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  • Principles for KTH education in place

    Three KTH students in front of a screen showing an interacting animated person
    KTH’s education programmes in the future are outlined in a framework formulated as 13 principles. (Photo: Jann Lipka)
    Published Jun 27, 2022

    How can KTH’s degree programmes remain relevant and attractive amid increasingly tough competition? This is one of the questions being answered in the far-reaching development process that the Board o...

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