UHR’s 2019 Annual Report24 February 2020
Digitalisation was a focus area for UHR in 2019. The use of Artificial intelligence in the admissions process was expanded and UHR launched a new web service for assessing foreign education, among other activities. The council's annual report has now been submitted to the Government.
UHR expands its evaluation service20 January 2020
The Swedish Council for Higher Education’s (UHR) evaluation service for assessment of foreign education has increased its content, now covering 52 countries and 700 qualifications.Qualifications recognition, About UHR
More qualified and accepted applicants than ever before to higher education courses and programmes17 December 2019
The first selection for spring semester 2020 is complete. The total number of accepted applicants has increased with nearly 5 per cent compared to the previous record of 223,482 for spring semester 2019. Even the number of qualified applicants increased with nearly 5 per cent, a new record – 230,420 compared to the previous record of 223,482 for spring semester 2014.News Higher education, Statistics, Rapportserie
Three new ordinances in English9 December 2019
Three ordinances related to higher education are now available for the first time in English. In addition, all of UHR’s earlier translations of legal texts have been updated.
Meet UHR at Saco’s student fair25 November 2019
If you’re interested in information and inspiration for higher education studies, you can meet the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) this autumn at Saco Student Fair in Stockholm 27–29 November, and Malmö 5 December.News International opportunities, Higher education, Qualifications recognition