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Education at Linköping University

Linköping University is a research-based university with a reputation for innovation in education and cross-disciplinary studies. We have an international perspective in our research and education and we are ranked among the top 3 percent of the world’s universities.

Our international students are highly satisfied, according to the past International Student Barometer (ISB) surveys conducted among nearly 200 higher education institutions across the globe.

We offer internationally recognised higher education in English from bachelor to PhD level. Our wide range of courses and programmes cover broad areas such as: engineering, computer science, environmental studies, natural sciences, education and social sciences.

Most single-subject courses are provided within the frame of exchange studies. At master level we have over 20 international programmes that meet the international standards of higher education.

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LiU news

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Many visitors at opening of student accommodation

New student accommodation in the Irrblosset development of Linköping has been opened. At the same time a work of art in the form of a façade painting, dedicated to Linköping University and its 40th anniversary in 2015, was unveiled.

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Predicting the severity of multiple sclerosis

Cells in the immune system of patients with multiple sclerosis behave differently from those of healthy individuals. Researchers at LiU have exploited this difference to develop a method that can predict disease activity in multiple sclerosis.

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More frequent discovery of research misconduct

The Macchiarini affair in Sweden has directed the spotlight onto research misconduct. LiU researchers Solmaz Filiz Karabag and Christian Berggren show in a new study that the problem is also serious within the social sciences.

Latest blog posts

Last Chance to Play Mini-Golf (2016-09-23)

In the coming weeks I’ll write about Gamla Linköping, which is a wonderful open-air museum located so close to the Campus Valla that it̵...

Life’s Little Essentials… (2016-09-19)

Question: How do I survive an 18 hour work/study/volunteering day? Answer: With a litre of licorice tea! (And a flask of ginger tea. And ten cups o...

Random acts of Kindness (2016-09-15)

Sometimes it’s easy to let the need to be so competitive in today’s world push altruism out of the way. Every now and then though, a t...

Technology in the University (2016-09-11)

A short while ago I had to get to grips with an iPad as part of my work for the communications’ department, which was rather difficult. IR...

Face-to-Face Week (2016-09-08)

This week, I have to go to the university campus every day. That shouldn’t sound strange, but actually, I spend very little time there at the...




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