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Study environment

We strive to make the education process more engaging and fun while adhering to the academic excellence of Sahlgrenska Academy. Regardless of which course or program you would be engaged into, you would experience a combination of traditional pedagogy and modern teaching methods. This approach allows students to get solid theoretical understanding combined with a range of practical skills.

Practical aspect plays a significant part of the education process. Our students work with real life biomedicine projects. This helps to build hand-on experience and get the tools and inspiration necessary for the future leaders who would drive the innovation and growth of life science industry.

Bringing in the synergy. When taking our courses or programs expect to meet students and teachers from different education and professional backgrounds. Through our collaborations and networks we aim to attract students, scholars, entrepreneurs and professionals from different expertise areas, such as life science, biomedicine, economy and law. Please find out more under Collaboration.

Lifelong learning. Sweden is one of the pioneer nations to adopt and use Internet, which is why it was natural for us to include e-learning as an essential part of our courses. By using contemporary media in education we train our students to manage the complexity and dynamics of modern life science industry. To find out more about e-learning and see some examples, please visit Elective courses.

Contribute to the society. Courses and programs offered by Sahlgrenska School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship gives you powerful knowledge and tools related to life science, business and law. Applying those skills in practice drives changes in the life science field which leads to increase in life quality, improved healthcare and better lives for people. As a student you can practice these skills in a social context through the innovation projects, please see Innovation projects.

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