Mälardalen University College

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Mälardalen University
Mälardalens Högskola
Mälardalen College
Established 1977
Type Public
President Karin Röding
Administrative staff
Students 9 857 (FTE, 2010)[1]
Location Västerås (main campus) and Eskilstuna, Sweden
Campus Urban
Colors Orange and White
Website www.mdh.se

Mälardalen University (Swedish: Mälardalens högskola), or MDH, is a university college (högskola) located in Västerås and Eskilstuna, Sweden.[2] It has 13,000 students and around 900 employees, of which 67 are professors.[3] Mälardalen University is the world's first environmentally certified school according to the international standard ISO 14001.


Since 1 January 2008, Mälardalen University has been officially organized into four schools:

  • School of Health, Care and Social Welfare
  • School of Education, Culture and Communication
  • School of Sustainable Development of Society and Technology
  • School of Innovation, Design and Engineering

Prior to 2008, the university college had nine departments:

  • Biology and Chemical Engineering (IBK)
  • Computer Science and Electronics (IDE)
  • Public Technology (ISt)
  • School of Business (EkI)
  • Humanities (IHu)
  • Innovation, Design and Product Development (IDP)
  • Mathematics and Physics (IMa)
  • Social Sciences (ISB)
  • Caring and Public Health Sciences (IVF)

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Coordinates: 59°37′07″N 16°32′26″E / 59.61861°N 16.54056°E / 59.61861; 16.54056