About Södertörn University

Students outside the main entrance of Södertörn University.Södertörn University provides high quality research and education at all levels, offering a friendly atmosphere and an inspiring environment. Our modern, attractive campus is located in Flemingsberg, 19 minutes from central Stockholm on the commuter train.

Södertörn University combines interesting subjects to make engaging and often unique degrees. We offer 250 courses and 70 programmes, and currently have 11 000 enrolled students. We conduct education and research in the humanities, social sciences, technology and natural science. We also offer teacher education with an intercultural profile. Research into the Baltic region and Eastern Europe forms a knowledge environment that is among the best in the world.

Management Council

The Management Council is an advisory organ for the Vice-Chancellor on strategic issues relating to the university's internal and external activities.

The Vice-Chancellor chairs the Management Council, which meets every third week.


Secretary to the Vice-Chancellor
E-mail: rektorssekreterare@sh.se
Tel: +46 (0)8 608 4042

Members of the Management Council:

Gustav Amberg, Vice-Chancellor (Chair)
Kerstin Cassel, Pro-Vice-Chancellor
Nils Ekedahl, Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Ulla Manns, Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Peter Dobers, Chair of the Faculty Board
Hans Andersson, Chief Administrative Officer
Oskar Mattsson Wiik, Students' Union President
Alexander Stagnell, Doctoral student
Per Bolin
, Head of School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
Ester Appelgren, Head of School of Natural Sciences, Technology and Environmental Studies
Anna-Maria Jönsson, Head of School of Culture and Education
Mats Bergman, Head of School of Social Sciences
Minna Räsänen, Head of School, Police Education
Ander J Persson, Director of the Teacher Education
Joakim Ekman, Director of CBEES
Jonas Gilbert, Library Director
Gunilla Gunner, Adviser to the Vice-Chancellor for Internationalisation
Cheick Wagué
, Adviser to the Vice-Chancellor for Third stream activities
Kenneth Wall, Director of Communications