Most welcome to MDH and this year’s digital introduction. We are very happy to have you as one of our students! You can expect a great time with exciting lectures and friends and contacts for life. There are many of us here at the University who are ready to support you on your way now that you have started your studies.
In the videos below you’ll find important information about the support and service we offer during your studies. You’ll get to know how to register for exams and courses, borrow literature in the library or get in touch with someone at the Student Health Care. You’ll also get tips about Canvas and why it’s a smart thing to become a member of the Student Union. In short, you’ll get a smoother start of your studies. Welcome once again, we here at MDH hope you’ll get a nice and rewarding time with us.
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.
Tour at campus Eskilstuna
Tour at campus Västerås
On-campus education from 4 October
The summer study period, the retake exam period in August and the introduction of new students will take place by distance as planned. Thereafter MDH will phase in a gradual return to education on campus.
Parliament gives the go-ahead to confer university status on MDH
The Swedish Parliament has today made a decision regarding the new Research and Innovation Bill, thereby giving the go-ahead to confer university status on MDH. “Today is a milestone and a day of rejoicing. We are proud of the confidence that Parliament bestows on us and are ready to gear up our research and take even greater responsibility for Sweden as a research and knowledge nation,” says Paul Pettersson, Vice-Chancellor at MDH.
This is where you’ll get a job after your studies
The establishment rate for graduate students from MDH is among the highest in the country, according to a report by the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ). Nearly 9 out of 10 students have secured a good position on the labour market 1-1.5 years after graduating.
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