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Do you want to study technology, IT, mathematics or science?
The Disciplinary Domain of Science and Technology offers 14 engineering programmes (in Swedish) and 20 bachelor - (in Swedish) and international master programmes. We also offer a one year master degree programme in wind power planning. For those who need to complement their high school competence to qualify for our programmes, we provide a basic year and a basic semester (both in Swedish). In addition to the courses only given within our engineering programmes, we also offer a large amount of independent courses. For those who want to immerse themselves in a field of study and conduct research on their own, we offer postgraduate studies. Most of our contract education is administrated by the Division for Contract Education but some is offered directly by our departments.
Welcome into our world
Meet our researchers
Her projects win research funding in the multimillion-krona class year after year, and she has put Uppsala University’s battery research on the world map.
Read interview with Kristina Edström
Science and technology make up one third of the University and feature research within all subjects and of large internal breadth: Biology, Physics, Earth Sciences, Computer Science, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Engineering Science. The Disciplinary Domain’s successful research contributes to Uppsala University consistently being ranked among the top 100 in the world. Over 50 research groups in science and technology at Uppsala University are considered world-leading. These can be found in each of the Faculty’s departments and subjects. Read more about our areas of strength.
Collaborate with us
Come and experience SciFest Uppsala – the science festival by the young, for the young.
We are actively involved in collaboration with the surrounding world. For example, we maintain several inspiring collaborations with players from industry and society. We also engage in activities to stimulate interest and desire to learn more about science and technology aimed at schools and the general public.