You decide who to become
At MDH you get the knowledge, the tools and the opportunity to create your future. Here you can choose between 1 000 courses and 55 programmes in design and communication, economics, health, teacher education, classical music and engineering.
One University - two campuses
We have our main campus centrally in Eskilstuna and Västerås, but also educate in Nyköping and Södertälje. The study environments are designed in collaboration with the students - and this is evident.
In Eskilstuna and Västerås, we collaborate with housing agencies to make it easier for our students to find accommodation.
The University campus lies right in the heart of Eskilstuna, just a few minutes from the Central Station. If you want to do more than just study, the city’s restaurants, shops and night life lie close at hand.
The campus in Västerås is just a 15-minute walk from the Central Station, right between the city centre’s active life and recreation facilities. On the one side lie the old town and the city centre, with its wide range of malls, cafés, restaurants and other entertainment facilities.
Collaboration – for your sake
All MDH’s courses and study programmes are produced in collaboration with the private and public sectors to ensure that you, the student, have the relevant skills on graduating. Collaboration also provides opportunities for real-life projects, placements, trainee positions and network-creating during your period of studies – quite simply unique offers for you as a student.
Here people meet who want to develop themselves and the future
MDH’s students are attractive in the labor market. According to the University Chancellor's Office, 86 percent of MDH’s students get jobs in their field one year after graduation.
Application and admission
Great that you are interested in Mälardalen University. One of the first questions are often about how and when to apply. That and more will be answered on this and related pages.
Student project attracts international attention
Panama's ambassador to Sweden recently visited Mälardalen University’s (MDH) C2 lab – a laboratory where several of the University's engineering students work on projects together with researchers, other higher education institutions and companies in the industry. One of the projects that attracted attention during the visit was the self-driving sailing boat AutoSail.
The team Robotikingenjörerna (like all other participants) winners of Pluggpeppen
Pluggpeppen is an initiative by MDH to, in a pleasant way, inspire the programme students to be more physically active during the pandemic. The competition has now ended. The winning team is Robotikingenjörerna – and Eskilstuna City Mission gets a donation from Volvo CE.
How nice that you’ve found your way back to MDH! Perhaps you’ve decided to carry on studying at the Master’s level, or quite simply want to finish off something you’ve started? Here’s information about how you do it.Welcome back!