Welcome to our Faculty pages!
Our Faculty has 3 300 students, around 200 doctoral students and a staff of 900 consisting of teachers, scientists and administrators. The Faculty has eleven departments and seven research centres.
These pages serve as a support for those who work at the faculty. If you have any questions please contact The Dean's office.
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The new programme of PhD support at the Academic Resource Centre (Studieverkstad), Umeå University Library for this term is now available.
Do you need to give a presentation about the faculty in any context? Now updated powerpoint presentations are available in both Swedish and English.
Maja Elmgren, Uppsala University, started the Faculty day with her key-note address concerning learning and applying a Scholarly approach to teaching.
10-13 September it is time for this years IceLab Camp. Young scientists are invited to a camp at Granö Beckasin outside Vindeln. 31 August is the last application date.
Grants Office and the External Relations Office welcome you to a workshop about SSF – Strategic mobility 2018, a call from the Swedish Foundation for strategic research.
A team of goal-oriented final year students from the civil engineering programs look forward to embarking on one of your research projects or one of your commercial ideas.
A new electoral assembly at Umeå University will be appointed. All employees at the university are given the opportunity to nominate members to the Electoral Assembly. For this purpose, the faculty has prepared a nomination page where employees can anonymously leave their suggestions.
The Grants Office invites employees and other interested people to a series of seminars with focus on research funding. The first seminar is already on Monday.
NTK are pleased to welcome PhD members to the grand meeting, which will take place the 15th of May at 16:00 , room MA378, in the 3rd floor of the MIT building.
The Umeå School of Architecture, Umeå Institute of Design, Umeå Academy of Fine Arts, Bildmuseet and the Department of Creative Studies should be tied more closely to one another to strengthen the artistic profile of Umeå University. That is the main message conveyed by investigator Peter Honeth, former Secretary of State, in a proposal that will be submitted to the Vice-Chancellor at the end of April.
Comprehensive internationalisation, new objectives in the Higher Education Act and tailored support by government agencies, are some of the proposals presented in the inquiry En strategisk agenda för internationalisering submitted to the government
Guest lecture with Daniel Kreiss, University of North Carolina, on how political communication and election campaigns have changed over the past decade.