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    • MALMÖ UNIVERSITY IN BRIEF
      • The university was established on 1 July 1998
      • 21 000 students
      • 1 300 staff
      • Six multidisciplinary schools of study and research
      • Turnover 2005: SEK 936 million
      • Located in a metropolitan city area of 3.5 million inhabitants
    • SCHOOLS OF STUDY AND RESEARCH
      • Faculty of Health and Society
      • Faculty of Odontology
      • School of Arts and Communication
      • School of International Migration and Ethnic Relations
      • School of Teacher Education
      • School of Technology and Society
    • ORGANIZATION
    • FACULTY OF HEALTH AND SOCIETY
      • Programmes - Biomedical Laboratory Science - Public Health - Social Pedagogy with the elderly
      • - Nursing - Social Work, several specialisations
      • and around 40 subject courses
    • FACULTY OF ODONTOLOGY
      • Programmes - Dentistry (5 years)
      • - Dental Technology (3 years)
      • - Dental Hygiene (2 years)
    • SCHOOL OF ARTS AND COMMUNICATION
      • Programmes - Interaction Design - Creative Producer - Physical and Virtual Design - Media and Culture Studies - Performing Arts Technology - Technical Communication
      • and around 20 subject courses
    • SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND ETHNIC RELATIONS
      • Programmes - Human rights - Language-Migration-Globalization, with
      • communication in English or in Swedish
      • - Introductory course - Migration and Language
      • - Peace - Conflict - International relations
      • and around 40 subject courses - IMER - Human Rights - Peace and Conflict Science and others
    • SCHOOL OF TEACHER EDUCATION
      • Programmes - New Teaching Qualification (120-220 credits) - Careers Counselling
      • - Special Education (remedial teaching) - Bachelor of Education for the Compulsory
      • School (Theory and Practice of Teaching)
      • - Masters of Education for the Upper Secondary
      • School (Theory and Practice of Teaching)
      • - Diploma of Education for the Upper Secondary
      • School (Theory and Practice of Teaching)
      • - Sports Sciences programme
      • - International programme for European Studies
      • - Natural Science Preparatory Course
      • and around 75 subject courses
    • SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY
      • Programmes Engineering Programmes:
      • - Construction Design
      • - Construction Engineering
      • - Graphic Arts Technology and
      • Media Production
      • - Mechanical Engineering
      • - Product Development and
      • Design
      • - Media production
      Other Programmes: - Arcitecture och cityplanning - Environmental Sciences - Intellectual Property - Real Estate Agency - Real Estate Management - Entrepreneurship - Urban development and planning - Science/Technical Preparatory Course and around 80 subject courses
    • PROGRAMMES AND COURSES
      • Academic year 2006/2007
      • 58 programmes
      • 460 subject courses
    • AREAS OF EMPHASIS
      • “ Permeate education and research”
      • Ethnicity – Migration
      • Equality and Gender
      • Nature and Resource Management
    • RESEARCH
      • Areas of special importance
      • - Professional training and career lines - Migration and ethnicity - Culture, media and design - Learning for tomorrow’s society - Technology and human welfare - Health and welfare
    • RESEARCH
      • New and existing research - 200 active doctoral students - 50 professors Established research at the Faculty of Odontology and the School of Teacher Education. Newly established research within all fields.
    • THE THIRD TASK
      • Cooperation with the surrounding community
      • Entrance/broker unit for companies, public administrations and organisations
      • Regional Development Centre (RUC) Comprehensive contract teaching at the School of Education.
      • Student co-operation: - The Näktergalen Mentor Project - Sponsor and mentor programmes, and others
    • LIBRARY AND IT
      • Integration of library and IT services
      • User-controlled: Collections of books, data bases etc. developed in co-operation with the schools.
      • Education: Information retrieval on different levels.
      • Student computer training (SDM)
      • Helpdesk
    • THE ÖRESUND UNIVERSITY
      • The fourth largest research region in Europe
      • 140 000 students
      • 12 000 researchers
    • THE ÖRESUND UNIVERSITY
      • Malmö University
      • Lund University
      • Kristianstad University
      • The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences/Alnarp
      • University of Copenhagen
      • Technical University of Denmark
      • Copenhagen Business School
      • The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University
      • Royal Danish School of Educational Sciences
      • The Royal Danish School of Pharmacy
      • Roskilde University
      • The Royal School of Librarianship and Information Science
      • IT University of Copenhagen
      • Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen
    • INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE
      • More than 110 international co-operation universities in 28 countries, mostly European.
      • An increasing interest for exchange among teachers and students.
      • ” Internationalisation at Home”: - A Malmö University European network initiative.
      • - 120 partners from all around the world.
      • - Aims at an international dimension for the 90% of
      • the students not studying abroad.
      • - Closely linked to the IMER perspective.
    • THE CITY UNIVERSITY
      • University Island
      • 1. Library and IT
      • 2. Arts and Communication (K3)
      • 3. Student Centre
      • 4. Student union/ External Relations
      • 5 & 6 IMER
      • 7. Technology and Society
      • 8. University Administration
      • 9. Teacher Education and Library (summer 2005)
    • THE CITY UNIVERSITY
      • Elsewhere in Malmö
      • 1 Faculty of Odontology
      • 2 Health and Society
      • 3 & 4 Teacher Education
    • MALMÖ UNIVERSITY PREMISES
    • MALMÖ UNIVERSITY PREMISES
    • WWW.MAH.SE