Staf Analytics & Reports
Staf Analytics compiles and presents facts about academic Stockholm. We observe changes and trends that are important for Stockholm as an academic region. Staf Analytics reports are regularly made available for download.
Key figures universities in Stockholm
The academy plays a vital part in the development of Stockholm and has a decisive role in the prospering and welfare of society. The academy is also an industry employing 20.000 people, has an annual turnover of 18.5 billion SEK (about 2.1 billion dollars 26/6/17) and is currently educating almost 100.000 students at bachelor, master and doctoral level.
Students and employees
In Stockholm there are 18 universities attracting a total number of almost 100.000 students. About 91.100 study at bachelor or master level, and 5.500 at doctoral level. In total, 20.200 people are employed at the higher education institutions. Around 9.300 belongs to the research and teaching staff and of them 1.700 are full professors.
Gender equality is something we aspire to in Stockholm. We are proud that 10 out of 18 vice-chancellors are women. Stockholm Academia gender equality figures concerning doctoral students and employees are showing fairly equal distribution. A figure that is lagging behind is the gender distribution among professors, but it’s getting better each year. Please click the graphics to see all figures.
International students in Stockholm
9.750 international students came to Stockholm in the academic year 2017-18. That was about 11% of all students. The largest foreign student groups came from China, Finland, Germany, France, India, Italy, Spain, Greece, USA and the Netherlands.
Incoming international students
Report: She Figures for Stockholm Academia
- 10 out of 18 universities in Stockholm are led by a woman
- Sweden is one of the countries in the world with the highest proportion of female-led universities
- Women account for 28 % of all professors in Stockholm and Sweden
Do you have questions about our statistics? Please contact Brita Lundström, Senior Analyst at Stockholm Academic Forum.