Halmstad University, Sweden

Halmstad University
Motto The Innovation Driven University
Type Public University
Established 1983
Vice-Chancellor Mikael Alexandersson
Academic staff
289 (2015)
Administrative staff
598 (2015)
Students 9 126 (2015)
102 (2015)
Location Halmstad, Sweden
Affiliations EUA, SUHF, NUAS
Website www.hh.se

Halmstad University or Halmstad University College[1] (Swedish: Högskolan i Halmstad) is a University college (Swedish: högskola) in Halmstad, Sweden. It was established in 1983. Halmstad University is a public higher education institution offering bachelor's and master's programmes in various fields of studies. In addition, it conducts Ph.D. programmes in three fields of research, namely, Information Technology, Innovation Science and Health Science.[2]


Halmstad University has 9,126 students, 50 professors and 102 research students (numbers from 2015). The study programmes and courses cover 41 degree programmes and 128 single subject courses. The university conducts doctoral programmes in Information Technology, Innovation Science and Health Science.[3]


Halmstad university actively takes part in society and community development projects through an extensive programme of cooperative ventures involving the business and public sectors. In 2013, the university adopted a profile which is summed up in the following vision statement: "Halmstad University prepares people for the future by creating values, driving innovation and developing society."[4]

Halmstad University's educational profile is made up of three interwoven areas of strength which can be summarised as the development and study of organisations, products and quality of life. This is based on the three main research areas of the university: Innovation Science, Information Technology and Health Science.[5]


Halmstad university is organised into the following 4 schools (called "academies" in Swedish):[6]

Research Centres and Research Groups

The research at Halmstad university is organised into the following 6 research centres:[7]


External links

Coordinates: 56°39′51″N 12°52′43″E / 56.66417°N 12.87861°E / 56.66417; 12.87861

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