Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet

Report
Presentation of SLU
Facts and figures based on the Annual report 2014
Operational concept
SLU develops the understanding and
sustainable use and management of
biological natural resources.
This is achieved by research, education
and environmental monitoring and
assessment, in collaboration with the
surrounding community.
Vision
SLU is a world-class university in the fields
of life and environmental sciences.
SLU nationwide
SLU is a university with a nationwide
presence, its largest campuses being at
Alnarp, Skara, Umeå and Uppsala.
Umeå
SLU has a focused profile, unique in
Sweden in areas of strategic importance
to society, nationally and globally.
Uppsala
Skara
Alnarp
Organisation
Ministry of Enterprise
and Innovation
University Board
SLU Holding AB
Administration
Library
Faculty of Landscape
Planning, Horticulture
and Agricultural
Sciences
Internal Auditing
Vice-Chancellor
Faculty of Natural
Resources and
Agricultural Sciences
Faculty of Veterinary
Medicine and Animal
Science
Departments and units
University Animal Hospital
Faculty of Forest
Sciences
The special strength is…
“The combination of basic
research, education and
societal activities makes up
SLU's unique strength.”
From: SLU’s strategy 2013–2016
• Agriculture and horticulture
• Landscape planning
• Food production
• Nature conservation
• Forestry and wood processing
• Fisheries and aquaculture
• Veterinary medicine and livestock
husbandry
Four future platforms
To address complex issues holistically, SLU
has gathered its strengths to create four interfaculty and interdisciplinary research
platforms:
•
Future Forests
•
Future Agriculture
•
Future Animal Health and Welfare
•
Future Urban Sustainable Environment
(FUSE)
Breakdown of income
Total turnover SEK 3,348 million
Financial >0 %
Fees 22 %
External grants 29 %
Source: SLU's Annual Report 2014
Direct government
funding 49 %
Breakdown of expenditure
Total costs: 3 176 mnSEK
Research and
Third-cycle education
67%
Source: SLU's Annual Report 2014
Environmental monitoring
and assessment 13%
First and second-cycle
education 20%
Main funding sources
1,000
900
800
Råd och vetenskapliga stiftelser
700
600
Internationellt
500
400
Statliga myndigheter
300
200
100
Övriga
0
2010
2011
Source: SLU's Annual report 2014
2012
2013
2014
Scientific publication
Number of papers with at least one SLU author 2001–2014*
The 2014 value is an estimate based on details taken from Web of Science in January 2014 and calculated at five per
cent.Source: SLU's Annual report 2014
Postgraduate (third-cycle) education
SLU has around
700 active doctoral
students, half of
which are women.
During 2014 the
estimated number
of examinated
doctors were
108,5.
Source: SLU's Annual Report 2014
Education
programmes 2014
•
23 first-cycle programmes
•
17 second-cycle programmes, mostly in English
•
Over 300 courses
•
3,838 full-time students (2014)
•
5 students per teacher
•
Good exchange agreements and
international collaboration
23 first-cycle programmes
Bachelor's/vocational programmes
Longer vocational programmes
•
Agricultural and rural management
•
Agricultural science – economics
•
Biology and environmental science
•
Agricultural science – domestic animals
•
Biotechnology
•
Agricultural science – rural development
•
Economics
•
Agricultural science – food
•
Equine science
•
Agricultural science – soil/plant
•
Ethology and animal welfare
•
Energy systems engineering
•
Forest management
•
Environment and water engineering
•
Horticultural management – cultivation •
Forestry
•
Horticultural management – design
•
Horticultural science
•
Landscape management, design and
construction
•
Landscape architecture – Alnarp
•
Landscape architecture – Ultuna
Veterinary nursing
•
Veterinary medicine
•
Environmental monitoring
and assessment
•
Environmental and sustainability
analyses
•
Conducted in the form of 10
programmes
•
Governed by goals and long-term
•
Delivers basic data for decision
Environmental monitoring
and assessment
• Forest
• Agricultural landscape
• Lakes, rivers and streams
• Coasts and seas
• Built environment
• Climate
• Biodiversity
• Eutrophication
• Acidification
• Non-toxic environment
Gender equality – SLU's goal
The goal is: 42 per cent women among the new professors.
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
Professor
Universitetslektor
Meriteringsanställning
Adjunkt
2010
2011
Annan forskande och undervisande personal
Doktorand
2012
2013
2014
Bibliotekspersonal
Administrativ personal
Teknisk personal
Arvodist
Source: SLU's Annual report 2014
Profit and loss account 2014
Profit and loss account 2012
SEK 1000s
%
Direct government funding
1 641 728
49
Fees and payments
External grants
Financial income
Total
Expenditure
Personnel costs
Premises
Operating costs
Financial expenses
Financial expenses
722 793
977 516
6 015
3 348 052
22
29
0
- 1 941 720
- 367 299
- 732 406
- 6 993
- 127 774
61
11
23
0
4
Total
- 3 176 192
Income
Operating profit/loss
Source: SLU's Annual report 2014
171 860

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