The University of Borås (UB) is a Swedish university college in the city of Borås. It was founded in 1977 and has around 13 000 students.
Several of the educational programmes are only available at our institution and therefore attract students from all over Sweden. The university offers courses and study programmes within the areas of:
Research that changes society:
The Career Service can help you with information about the labour market.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of Boras!
The Student Ombudsman can help you if you feel that you have been subject to unacceptable behaviour by the university staff or other students.
The University of Borås does not have a campus with student accommodation but the university cooperates with a local student accommodation agency called AB Bostäder, and informs them about admitted students.
The library is a meeting place for students, researchers, teachers and the public.The library consists of 4 functions:
The Student Health Care which includes social counsellors and a nurse.
The campus is located in modern, purpose built buildings in the city centre within walking distance of local amenities such as shops, restaurants, banks, supermarkets and the main bus and train stations. Public transportation in Borås is both safe and reliable and as a result many of our students choose to live in the surrounding region and commute to the university.
The Student Union in Borås is a student-run organisation which offers advice, activities and other services for students. All students can become a member by paying a membership fee. The membership gives you a student card which grants you many discounts. Some of the student union activities are only open for members.
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