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Södra huset, Stockholm University campus. Photo: Eva Dalin

Working at Stockholm University

Stockholm University offers researchers and lecturers a unique environment to pursue their goals. SU research has been rated ‘high impact’ while the university also educates the most graduates in Sweden. The research environment is competitive yet our new researchers are always commenting on how collegial and supportive the university’s culture is. SU actively supports societal engagement, collaborations, and work-life balance.

Jenny White holds the Professors' Lecture at Stockholm City Hall

Moving to Stockholm for work at Stockholm University

When Professors Jenny White and Mark Rhinard first came to Stockholm they had no idea it would become their home. The newspaper The Local spoke to the Stockholm University researchers to find out why they came and just what it is that made them stay.

Ilona Riipinen. Photo: Eva Dalin

What's it like to work at SU?

In this video, Ilona Riipinen talks about her decision to join Stockholm University and the work environment here. It was recorded when she was an Associate Professor at the Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES), before she was promoted to full professor in February 2017 at a record-young age.

Frank Wilczek photo: Niklas Björling thumbnail

The Nobel laureate who got hooked on Stockholm

Childhood interest in mathematics and technology took Frank Wilczek all the way to a Nobel Prize. Now he will spend time in Sweden where, among other pursuits, he is trying to crack the secret of dark matter.