Uppsala University – founded in 1477 – stands for world-class research, first-class education, tradition and culture. It is the oldest university in the Nordic region, ranked the best university in Sweden, and is well placed among the world’s top 100 universities. Uppsala University pursues research and education across its nine different faculties on the cutting edge in their fields of study. The university has strong international collaboration as a key link in its activities and pursuit for scientific progress and education, which include areas such as pharmacy, pharmacology, medicine, biology, sustainability and environment.
Uppsala University is also one of the largest seats of higher education in Sweden with 23,000 students and doctoral students, and a teaching staff of 4,000.
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