This is the NJ Faculty

Last changed: 02 March 2018

Nature, environment, climate and man's use of natural resources are subject that influence people's daily lives and are the sources of lively public debate. The mission of the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences is to advance and impart knowledge that will lead to management of our natural resources in an ecologically, socially and economically sustainable manner.

With 1,700 students and 1,300 employees, the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences (NJ) is the largest of the four faculties at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU).

The faculty encompasses a wide range of disciplines and is divided into 13 departments within 4 clusters. Alongside the departments are a number of collaborative centres and research platforms.

Most of our deparments and units, as well as the faculty office, are located in Uppsala, although important work is also done at Umeå, Öregrund, Drottningholm, Karlskrona, Skara, Lysekil and Grimsö.

Facts:

Professors at the NJ faculty
The NJ faculty has 1,300 employees, including 88 professors.

Student at the NL faculty
The NJ faculty has 1,700 students and 200 postgraduate students.

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