Study with us
Do you want to develop the information technology, computers and mobile phones of the future? Computer and systems sciences is a multidisciplinary subject that covers all areas where computers and information technology (IT) are used by people and organizations.
Campus Kista - study in a modern environment
DSV has about 5000 students and our own campus in Kista, 20 minutes by metro northbound on the blue line. DSV is located in the Nod Building with contemporary specially designed premises, a bright study environment, several IT labs and large lecture halls, all with the very latest technology. The building has also got purpose-built premises for DISK - the student union’s social activities and entertaining.
Meet our alumni
DSV offers nine master's programmes. Studying with us means you get to study in a dynamic environment together with students from all over the world.
"I always recommend Stockholm University to my friends"
Adeel Ahmad from Pakistan studied a master’s degree in Information Security at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, DSV.
Meet our teachers and researchers
When you study at the Department of Computer and Systems Science, you have some of the most prominent researchers in the field as teachers.
"Excellent job situation after education"
– I am fascinated by research and the ability to spread knowledge through open systems, says Mats Wiklund. Stockholm University was active in the sector early on and, in fact, it was our professor Börje Langefors who created the Swedish word for computer: dator.
"I am collaborating with around 300 students annually"
– It makes me excited when I succeed at transferring knowledge and, moreover, when the students’ answers, ideas and views become more relevant and innovative than my own.
"I want my teaching to be like an action film, starting with a real bang"
– My interest in computer systems started with a simple implementation of the Packman game long time ago. After that I came to realize the immense potential of computer science.
Last updated: March 2, 2021
Source: Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, DSV