Here we present news items about SLU's education.
On December 13th the student teams from 5 Nordic and Baltic universities pitched their food and biotechnology related business ideas to an international jury at the NOBALIS Demo Day. The teams have
Curiosity and interest was high on the annual meeting of SLU Forest Damage Centre’s Research school
Lots of curios questions and high interest was expressed when the PhD-students of the research school met together with representatives from the forest sector for the first annual meeting on 15th and
Matlab Workshop at ET - a success!
A workshop about MATLAB was successfully conducted on September as one of the activities provided by the research school of Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials (SSFEB)- SLU. The
SLU is a Partner in the New Erasmus Plus Project
Since the beginning of the year 2023, SLU is one of the EU partners in an Erasmus+ capacity building project in higher education coordinated by Nürtingen-Geislingen University (HGU) in Germany. The
Closing ceremony in Alnarp 2023
This year's closing ceremony for all graduates will be held in conjunction with Thesis day on 26th May 2023. The Closing Ceremony will take place approximately 15:45 directly after Thesis Day . The
LiFT education strengthens PhD students
In March 2023, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala organized the course "Regulatory and ethical aspects of food production and consumption". Seventeen PhD students with
What will the green energy landscape of the future look like?
A Master's level course for future landscape architects deals with major global societal issues, such as sustainable energy production, economic growth and the consequences our choices have in our
The Department of Energy and Technology runs an Linneaus-Palme exchange program together with Addis Ababa University and Ambo University since several years. This year 8 students can have the
SILVA PhD Course - Monitoring Biodiversity for Science and Conservation
SILVA PhD course - Monitoring Biodiversity for Science and Conservation email@example.com SILVA – Faculty of Forest Sciences Research School Umeå Free nasi
PhD course broadens our perspectives on sustainable development
Many parts of the world are losing their wild animal species rapidly. At the same time, other parts of the world experience conflicts such as damage to crops and forests, as the number of wildlife