Uppsala University Information
Uppsala University is located in central Sweden approximately 70 km north of Stockholm; it was founded in 1477 as a public institution having initially grown out of an ecclesiastical centre.
The Uppsala University ranking is 19th in Europe. Other colleges and universities in Sweden include Karolinska Institute, Lund, Stockholm, KTH, Göteborgs universitet, Umeå universitet, and Chalmers Tekniska Högskolahalmers. Similarly ranked European Universities include the Georg-August-University Gottingen, EPFL, University of Helsinki, and the University of Copenhagen.
There are around 40,000 undergraduate students and approximately 2,400 postgraduate scholars, in addition to the 6,000 staff and faculty at Uppsala University.
The president is Anders Hallberg.
It is a member of the Coimbra group. It has many Nobel laureates including Svante Arrhenius and Theodor Svedberg for chemistry and Robert Barany for medicine.
Uppsala University Address
The Uppsala University address is:
P.O. Box 256,
SE-751 05 Uppsala
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Rankings and Quick Facts
The name of this institution in Latin is Universitas Regia Upsaliensis.
The university is ranked as the 87th best in the world by the THE.