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Some facts

Sophiahemmet University is part of Sophiahemmet, Ideell förening (a non-profit association).
Sophiahemmet Uppdragsutbildning AB conducts in-house contract education for the private and public sectors.

Company information

Sophiahemmet University

Co. reg. no: 802006-8741
Sophiahemmet University
P O Box 5605
SE-114 86 Stockholm
Tel: +46 (0)8 406 20 00
CEO: Peter Seger
President: Johanna Adami

Sophiahemmet Uppdragsutbildning AB

Co. reg. no: 556617-5534
Sophiahemmet Uppdragsutbildning AB
P O Box 5605
SE-114 86 Stockholm
Tel: +46 (0)8 406 20 00
CEO: Johanna Adami

Number of students: 1 300

2018

No of FTE students (regular university programmes): 702
– of which undergraduate’s/first cycle (nursing programme): 538
– of which master’s/second cycle (specialist nursing programme): 165
No of FTE students (contract education): 82
– of which undergraduate’s/first cycle: 59
– of which master’s/second cycle: 47

2017

No of FTE students (regular university programmes): 663
– of which undergraduate’s/first cycle (nursing programme): 513
– of which master’s/second cycle (specialist nursing programme): 150
No of FTE students (contract education): 105
– of which undergraduate’s/first cycle: 59
– of which master’s/second cycle: 47

No of degrees awarded

2018

Nursing degrees/BSc in nursing, 180 HE credits: 144
Bachelor’s degrees/bachelor’s degree, 180 HE credits (3 years of education): 181
Specialist nursing degrees/postgraduate diploma in specialist nursing, 60 HE credits: 140
Master’s degrees/degree of master, 60 HE credits (1 year): 146
Midwifery degrees/postgraduate diploma in midwifery, 90 HE credits:17

2017

Nursing degrees/BSc in nursing, 180 HE credits: 134
Bachelor’s degrees/bachelor’s degree, 180 HE credits (3 years of education): 146
Specialist nursing degrees/postgraduate diploma in specialist nursing, 60 HE credits: 95
Master’s degrees/degree of master, 60 HE credits (1 year): 113
Midwifery degrees/postgraduate diploma in midwifery, 90 HE credits:24

Degree-awarding powers

Sophiahemmet University has been granted degree-awarding powers for the doctoral programme in Human disease, care and health, we are able to award the highest academic degree: the PhD.

Staff

2018

Full time staff: 85
Administrative, technical and library staff: 26
Teachers, total: 63
– professors: 8
– docents/senior lecturers: 9
– other postdoctoral staff: 14
– Staff with a master’s degree: 32
Doctoral students (externally or internally funded): 27
Staff (full or part-time): 90
Staff total (including affiliated doctoral students): 105
Staff (full or part-time): 88
Staff total (including affiliated doctoral students): 94

Financial Report

2018

Operating revenue (TSEK)
Government funding, education: 81 292
Government funding, research: 5 000
Revenue from fees and other remuneration: 9 359
Revenue from subsidies: 19 834
Financial revenue: 4
Total revenue: 115 489

Operating costs (TSEK)
Staff: -68 553
Premises: -12 642
Other operating costs: -32 220
Financial costs: -8
Depreciation and write-downs: -1 629
Total costs: -115 051

2017

Operating revenue (TSEK)
Government funding, education: 76 925
Government funding, research: 5 000
Revenue from fees and other remuneration: 10 803
Revenue from subsidies: 14 421
Financial revenue: 2
Total revenue: 107 151

Operating costs (TSEK)
Staff: -62 495
Premises: -11 904
Other operating costs: -30 934
Financial costs: -6
Depreciation and write-downs: -2 221
Total costs: -409

Research

2018 (TSEK)

Government research grants: 5 000
Other subsidies: 16 364
Staff costs: -12 998
Other operation costs: -8 366
Balance: 0

2017 (TSEK)

Government research grants: 5 000
Other subsidies: 15 719
Staff costs: -11 836
Other operation costs: -8 883
Balance: 0

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