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Örebro University 75th on young university ranking
Örebro University comes in at place 75 when Times Higher Education ranks the young universities in the world. “It is good news that the university retains its place despite further increased competition,” says Örebro University’s vice-chancellor Johan...
Globalization: On hold or in reverse
In 1665 the plague ravaged the United Kingdom and as a precaution, the University of Cambridge was closed for just over a year. During his leave, the student Isac Newton arrived at the law of gravity. Magnus Lodefalk, associate professor in economics,...
Excitement at Örebro University School of Business – awarded sought-after AACSB accreditation
Örebro University School of Business has met the rigorous accreditation requirements set by the organisation AACSB. Less than five per cent of all business schools in the world have succeeded in attaining this much sought-after mark of quality. “We are...
Örebro University School of Business ranked top 1,000
Örebro University School of Business is once again recognised as one of the world’s best business schools by the renowned ranking and rating agency, Eduniversal. “We are delighted to again be among the top 1,000 of more than 16,000 business schools...
Welcome day for exchange students
They have come from different parts of the world to study at Örebro University. Two welcome days are now organised for the new international arrivals. “Many of them come by themselves. So we’d like to give them a chance to hang out with other students,”...
School of Business sustainability work – part of educating future leaders
Örebro University School of Business is continuously working on sustainability issues related to both education and research. These activities, which are part of a UN initiative to get business schools around the world to take greater responsibility for...
Time to celebrate – 20 years as a university
On 6 February, Örebro University is 20 years old. Earlier today, to mark the occasion, a year of celebration was kicked off – with cake. “We’d like to acknowledge how far we’ve come in 20 years, where we are today, but also to look ahead. We are proud...
Örebro University School of Business advances on international ranking
Örebro University School of Business has advanced on a ranking of the 1,000 top business schools in the world. “A testimony that our programme is of very high quality,” says Ida Andersson-Norrie, Deputy Head International.
Örebro University once again high on list of world’s best universities
Örebro University is in place 405 when Times Higher Education ranks the world’s best universities – thanks to high quality research and a high degree of citations.
Örebro collaborating in international project on global trade
Örebro University will participate in an international project concerning education and research on global trade in services and investments. “The idea is to form an international network in this area,” says economist Magnus Lodefalk.