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Admitted to autumn 2019 studies at BTH?

Publicerad: 2019-07-04

Congratulations on your admission to a Master’s degree programme at Blekinge Institute of Technology. Read more about the steps you need to take before your arrival here. Please see the details in your welcome letter which is found here. Mandatory roll call meeting The autumn semester starts 2 September, often with a mandatory roll call. There […]

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Reunion for unique master’s programme

Publicerad: 2019-06-26

BTH’s master’s programme in strategic leadership for sustainability celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. More than 700 students from over 80 countries have now undergone the education. For three days, almost 150 of these gather in Karlskrona at a reunion to talk and be inspired in their work towards sustainability. BTH’s one-year master’s degree in […]

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BTH EXTENDS COOPERATION WITH ANDHRA UNIVERSITY, INDIA

Publicerad: 2019-06-25

The BTH and Andhra University cooperation is now extended by five years as the Vice-Chancellors at the two higher education institutions sign a new agreement. Andhra University in India offers a four-year Bachelor of Technology programme in collaboration with Blekinge Institute of Technology in the areas of i) Electronics and Communications Engineering, ii) Computer Science […]

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Ceremony for all programme students

Publicerad: 2019-06-07

In the beginning of June each year, BTH is celebrating the graduation of all programme students. All students, Swedish as well as international students, gather on campus to celebrate the ending of their studies. The Pro-Vice-Chancellor was there to congratulate all students on their completion of the studies. BTH wishes all students good luck and […]

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BTH researchers among the most cited in the world

Publicerad: 2019-05-30

In a recent external project evaluation, it turned out that BTH’s researchers in Strategic Sustainable Development and Product Development are among the most cited in the world. So-called profile projects are the Swedish Knowledge Foundation’s largest separate research investments. To get money for a profile project, an already strong research environment is required, and the […]

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BTH top student recieves Global Swede diploma

Publicerad: 2019-05-21

Today, the Global Swede diploma was awarded to some 20 international university students at a ceremony at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The students have distinguished themselves in areas related to innovation and entrepreneurship and have proven to be good representatives for both Sweden and their own country. One of them is BTH student Alena […]

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Today’s Vice-Chancellor inauguration

Publicerad: 2019-05-17

BTH’s Vice-Chancellor Mats Viberg was inaugurated today at the academic ceremony. Six professors were inaugurated and 15 were conferred to a doctor´s degree. Peter Örn, chairman of the Board of Governors, gave everyone a warm welcome to this year’s academic ceremony. The ceremony started with the solemn Vice-Chancellor inauguration. BTH’s Vice-Chancellor Mats Viberg was inaugurated by […]

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BTH researcher gets entrepreneur’s grant

Publicerad: 2019-05-16

BTH researcher Saleh Javadi receives the ÅForsk’s 200 ooo entrepreneur’s grant for his idea of how artificial intelligence can contribute to reduced energy use. Saleh Javadi is a PhD student at the Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at BTH. During his time at BTH, he has worked with an idea where artificial intelligence combined […]

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BTH researcher gets award for warehouse intervention

Publicerad: 2019-05-15

Andrea Gimeno Sánchez, PhD student in spatial planning, received the “Bauwelt Award” for an emergency intervention work on a warehouse in Valencia, Spain. It is the German magazine, Bauwelt Magazine, that award a prize to the architectural office for the best first built work. The competition is open to architects and city planners from all […]

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BTH researcher gets MIT scholarship

Publicerad: 2019-05-06

Fredrik Söderqvist, PhD student in industrial economics, receives the Sweden-America Foundation’s scholarship to study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States. Fredrik will look more closely at labour market issues relating to trade unions, employers’ organizations and the role of collective agreements in mitigating the negative consequences of structural change. He will […]

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