On this and the following pages, you will find general information about SLU’s organisation, in particular the bodies that deal with educational and student welfare issues. There are also introductions to decisions and other important documents which SLU publishes about its activities.
What does SLU do?
SLU consists of four faculties, which in turn consist of a number of departments and other units. Educational matters are handled at all levels of the university’s organisation. There is a programme committee which discusses and decides on issues relating to your education.
Find out more about education bodies (only information in Swedish) at SLU that deal with educational and student welfare issues. The responsibilities and authority of the various bodies are stated in what are called delegations of authority (only information in Swedish). You can read more there about which bodies prepare and make decisions on different issues.
What do the students’ unions do?
There are student representatives on all the committees, councils and boards that deal with educational and student welfare issues at SLU. Each programme has a students’ union which is responsible for education monitoring. Find out more about the students’ unions and their work under the heading Student influence.
Where can I find more information?
- Minutes (only information in Swedish) from the meetings of committees, councils and boards are published on the web.
- The full text of decisions (only information in Swedish) on educational issues made by the university board and Vice-Chancellor of SLU are also available on the web.
- Published material: Investigations, follow-ups, activity reports and other documents which describe and analyse some or all of SLU’s activities are made available on the web when they are ready for publication.