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Inauguration of CER | 2008 |

Bank, insurance, pension, property and audit. In Sundsvall many people are employed in these industries - and so we want it to continue. Therefore, CER, Center for Research on Economic Relations, w...

Design Collaboration with Japan | 2008 |

Can a nice-looking package make Japanese people buy meatballs? In 2007, Kristina Brink and some of her colleagues went on a study visit to Tokyo. It became the starting point of a collaboration tha...

The Educational Strategy for 2011-2015

If you want to be the best at cooperating with working life, it is not enough to send students on work placements. And if you want to be the best at e-learning, you have to dare to challenge old...

Konkurrenslyftet Begins | 2010 |

“Shadow a Student” was one of many highly appreciated activities during the Konkurrenslyftet project, which was intended to encourage more upper secondary school students to continue their studies ...

Fyrklövern is formed | 2010 |

Who said research results are just reports that end up on a shelf, collecting dust? Here at Mid Sweden University this is not the case, anyway. Thanks to activities such as those of Fyrklövern, our...

ETOUR is Founded – With Record Support | 1997 |

In 1997, Mid Sweden University College started the first Scandinavian tourism research institute, ETOUR. Here, outgoing research at a high level is carried out – which will be of use for both socie...

The Research Strategy for 2012-2016

On page 2 of Mid Sweden University’s Research Strategy for 2012-2016, it states, among other things, that “the research at Mid Sweden University should be of high academic quality and be relevant t...

Online Research Centre is Founded | 2005 |

How can the earth’s resources be saved by more things being connected to the Internet? That is an issue Professor Mattias O’Nils and his colleagues at the research centre STC look into.