Education at basic and advanced levels

Number of registered students:
70,971 individuals, (29,559 FTE students).
• 62% women and 38% men
• 38% under 25 years old
• 1,400 international exchange students

Distribution of FTE students/faculty:
• Social Sciences: 48%
• Humanities: 29%
• Law: 10%
• Science: 13%

Numbers of:
Departments and centres: 73
Study programmes: 200
Free-standing courses: 1,900
Master's programmes in English: More than 75.
Completed courses: 22,074
Completed degrees: 5,902

Doctoral studies
Number of active doctoral students: 1,832 (53% women, 47% men)
Number of PhDs: 212

Staff

Mean number of employees: 5,512
• Professors: 10% (including 27% women)
• Assistant Professors: 14% (of which 49% women)
• Lecturers: 5% (including 66% women)
• Research assistants: 1% (including 51% women)
• PhD positions: 19% (of which 55% women)
• Other teaching and research staff: 15%
• Administrative staff: 36% (including 62% women)

Economy
Total assets: SEK 4.53 billion, of which:
• 42% Education at basic and advanced levels
• 58% Research and postgraduate studies

Cost:
• Employees: 71.5%
• Premises: 10%
• Operating costs: 16.5%
• Other costs: 2%

Revenues:
• State funding: 68%
• Grants (external funding): 24%
• Fees and other contributions: 8%

 

Updated facts based on the 2013 Annual Report, Strategic Planning Office, Human Resources Office, Student Services, Office of Humanities, Law and Social Sciences, Office of Science.