The future needs more SLU students

Last changed: 17 February 2020
International students at Campus Ultuna, photo.

SLU courses and programmes provide the skills for a sustainable future. Many of the big future issues concern food, animals, forests, land and urban environments; SLU students acquire this knowledge in order to provide effective answers. But we need more students.

The objective of the doubling project is to double the amount of SLU students by 2027 compared to 2017. Together, we establish which courses and programmes are needed as well as how they should be designed for future students. We ask existing target groups and investigate new ones. Step by step, we also prepare SLU for future challenges and possibilities.

More information on the doubling project.


Doubling project contact information

Johan Gaddefors, Professor, Deputy Chair of the Board of Education, Department of Economics, 018-67 17 89,

Johan Torén, Education Officer, Division of Planning, 018-67 22 19,

Kristine Kilså, Faculty Programme Director, Alnarp Education Centre, 040-41 50 31,

Lotta Albihn, Marketing Officer, Division of Communication, 018-67 14 65,

Anna Blixt, Project Communication Officer, Division of Communication, 018-67 20 47,

Anna Nordström, Marketing Officer, Division of Communication, 018-67 15 01,

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