Timeline 2017 and onward
An overview of decisions, etc. on the way to meet the vision.
The vision is more applicants that meet entry requirements, a student population that reflects the diversity of Sweden’s younger generations as well as twice as many SLU students by 2027.
Continued work with programme planning and course syllabuses.
Education conference on doubling.
The SLU Board decides on the programme offering for the academic year 2021/22.
The Board of Education processes the proposals, which will result in a joint programme offering proposal.
Deadline for any official comments from the faculty and programme boards, etc.
Consultation round documents ready from the group responsible for developing the programme portfolio.
Programme portfolio is processed, including title proposals.
The Board of Education conducts a preliminary review of the programme proposals.
Programme proposals are presented at a forum meeting.
Programme proposals are submitted to the Board of Education.
The Division of Communication reports the results from the naming project and continued market analysis.
The Swedish National Agency for Education presented upper-secondary schools of today and the skills the students are expected to acquire.
Mid-way review with short situation reports from groups in question that work with programme development.
EY presented their market analysis for some of SLU’s current and proposed programmes.
It was decided to launch a new distance-based Master’s programme – “Skogsbruk med många mål” (multi-purpose forest management) – in collaboration with the Linnaeus
The SLU Board decided to establish sustainable development and environmental psychology as mains field of study.
The Board of Education decided to prioritise a number of strategic important programme concepts to focus on in the first phase. The board also decided on support and resources for the continued work.
Dialogue meetings with almost 100 companies, public authorities and orgranisations from various businesses.
General meetings for students and staff were organised in Alnarp, Uppsala, Umeå and Skinnskatteberg.
Some roadmap proposals were included in a consultation round.
The SLU Board decided to establish initiatives to double the number of SLU students.
The Board of Education decided that the 5-year programmes in forest science and agricultural science will be replaced by 3-year Bachelor’s programmes and 2-year Master’s programmes.
The Board of Education processed a roadmap concerning the vision to double the number of SLU students.
All of SLU submitted proposals concerning how to increase the number of students.
SLU celebrated its 40th anniversary, and the number of full-time equivalents was 3,737.