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Storträffen Meetup and Prioritised Educational Issues (PriU) Groups

KTH's (Royal Institute of Technology) Faculty Council emphasises the importance of university-wide exchange and learning as part of the systematic quality work. To strengthen the exchange of experience and continuous quality development of our programmes, the Storträffen is arranged every semester for all staff and students, with special groups that focus on several thematic groups, so-called PriU groups. Everyone at KTH is welcome.

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"Storträffen meetup" on education for all at KTH at the end of each semester

To promote collaboration and continuous quality improvement, the Storträffen meetup has a largely round-table format where participants can choose between different themes for networking and discussion. The table leaders play a crucial role in summarising and proposing collaborative approaches to address each issue at KTH. The PriU groups are available to all KTH members and cover different topics. The Storträffen meetup always has a good turnout of:

  • Directors of First and Second Cycle Education (GA)

  • Programme Directors (PA)

  • Directors of Education Administration (UA)

  • Educational Developers

  • Directors of Studies (SR)

  • KTH Management

  • Student Union (THS)

  • Participants from the University Administration

Next storträffen meetup will be

The invitation will go out about one month before the meeting via email and the schools' newsletters.

Working groups for Prioritised Educational Issues (PriU)

PriU groups are cross-school and cross-functional working groups that have been formed based on thematic development areas. 

Current topics

  • Connections to professional practice

  • Digitalization (of the education and learning environments, and of the integration of digital competence in the education)

  • Formative and summative assessment methods

  • Future learning environments, scheduling and planning

  • Gender, diversity and equal opportunities (JML) perspective

  • KTH teachers' lifelong learning 

  • Student perspective and influence

  • Sustainable development in education


If you have any questions or comments, please contact one of the coordinators:

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