Founded 1967 as branch of University of Stockholm. Faculties of Medicine and Engineering added 1969, Arts and Science 1970, Teacher Training College 1977, Department of Theme Research 1980 and Faculty of Health Sciences 1986. Acquired present status and title 1975.
- Arts and Science FacultyFields of study: Welfare and Protective Services, Ethics, Religion, Commercial Law, Media Studies, Social Work, Information Sciences, Business and Commerce, Fine Arts, Environmental Studies, Modern Languages, Communication Studies, Philosophy, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Political Sciences, Psychology, Law, Business Administration
- Admission details: Secondary school certificate or foreign equivalent, and knowledge of Swedish and English