MDH is closing the premises for the public – but is still open for students
The University is closing the premises for the public but keep them open for students however with limited opening hours. The main purpose is to safeguard those around us and reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus to infect those who are part of a risk category.about MDH is closing the premises for the public – but is still open for students
Server update Monday, June 15th
On Monday, June 15th, an update will be made to our servers. Shorter interruptions to all IT services may occur between 6 and 8 PM, such as O365, Canvas, the fixed network and to eduroam.about Server update Monday, June 15th
Remember to register for your exam
Remember to register for your exam in Ladok no later than 10 days before the exam date. This also applies when the examination form has changed. Also remember to unregister if you don't intend to take the exam. If you have a disability and are in need of extra aids, you need to submit an order no later than 10 days before the exam. Please use our web form to do so.
Opening hours to keep a check on this summer
The summer is approaching and with that the opening hours for the University Library and the Student Centre will change. For certain weeks reduced opening hours will apply, and for other weeks the facilities will be completely closed. The bus trips between the campus cities will also take a summer break. Our campuses in Eskilstuna and Västerås, however, will remain open as usual all summer.
”Don’t panik, re-plan”
Sandra Michael is studying for MSc in Engineering, industrial economics. Thanks to planning, clear routines and continuous contact with classmates and teachers the switch-over to distance education in her opinion exceeded the expectations.
Have your say on MDH 2030
As a student at MDH you spend a lot of time with us. You are the one who know us best and you probably have thoughts and ideas about many things here. We would like to make the most of that and include you in our development work. Please share your thoughts by reflecting and discussing how MDH will be like in 2030. Check you email inbox for more information. Participating takes you about 15 minutes and will make a major difference for our future students.
First step to your dream career abroad
As a student, alumnus or member of staff at MDH you have access to the career portal, HigherEd, where you can apply for a placement or a job abroad. This service is provided by EFMD (the European Foundation for Management Development) of which the University is a member.
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