When choosing a university, there are many factors to consider, particularly for someone seeking to enroll at an institution abroad. Not only must a school offer a relevant and strong academic programme in the individual’s field of interest, there are also environmental factors and professional opportunities to consider. Universities in the European Union make an...
Chalmers University of Technology is a top university in Sweden that provides rich, exciting opportunities for domestic and international students. For years, Chalmers has offered foreign students a vast variety of Master’s programmes. Some 40 percent of the Master’s students at Chalmers come from countries outside Sweden. Not only does Chalmers give its students an...
Located in Gothenburg, Chalmers University of Technology is one of the Sweden’s most respected institutes of higher education. Spread across two campuses – Johanneberg and Lindholmen – it is also one of Sweden’s largest universities. The university is home to about 11,000 students and 2,500 staff. It offers an international atmosphere, with students from all...
Introduction by Phil Dickie, International Editor at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and award-winning investigative journalist HUMAN demand on natural resources has doubled since 1966 and we now consume at a rate 50% higher than the planet can sustain. Looking at this a slightly different way, it takes the Earth 18 months to generate the...
Sweden’s Chalmers University of Technology is home to two campuses, 17 departments, 2,500 employees, 200 research groups and 11,000 students. With a large number of these students drawn from countries around the world, Chalmers is reputed for its extensive research and education efforts in the fields of environment and sustainable development. Situated in Gothenburg, the university...
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