Malmstens is a place where furniture constitutes the common denominator. Being a part of these operations is both stimulating and enriching. Malmstens is located on Campus Lidingö – an amazing campus – at a certain distance away from other parts of Linköping University.
Centred on the student
My most important task is to be available as support for the students. I am a member and secretary for the working group in communication and student recruitment at Malmstens. An important part of this work is to guide those who want to apply to one of our three study programmes: furniture design, cabinet-making, and furniture upholstery. Admission takes place using the alternate selection procedure, which means that applicants submit a portfolio. I coordinate the admissions process, in which several people are involved.
My duties also include:
- participating with work with estates management
- coordinating the Malmstens Academic Celebration once a year
- supporting my colleagues in the teaching personnel with timetable changes
- on-site manager of the Byggmästare John Mattson Library on Campus Lidingö
- health and safety representative at IEI