The digital sector is definitely an industry of the future with good job opportunities for a long time to come. It is an industry in constant development and change in step with digitization. The need for excellence is great. Here you can find what occupations are available, what salary you can expect, future prospects and the path to one of the most exciting industries right now.
Karlstad - one of Sweden's best student cities
With a growing and innovative university, Karlstad ranks as one of the country's best student cities. In a short time, Karlstad has transformed into a distinctive student city with a large range of culture, entertainment, sports and shopping. If you ask the students themselves, Karlstad is one of Sweden's coziest student cities. A small town, with a range like a big city.
Close cooperation between the university and industry
If you study at Karlstad University, you will be part of an exciting environment where the research attracts attention far beyond the world. You get a solid base to stand on. And through Compare, with nearly 100 companies in the industry, and the university's close collaboration, you get a unique opportunity to create relationships with interesting companies in the industry throughout your studies. The future prospects for employment with exciting companies in several different areas in Värmland directly after studies are very good!
The link between studies and working life
The collaboration group SNITS (Samverkan Näringsliv og ITstudenter) is a catalyst for the meeting between students and business during your studies. Here you get a unique opportunity to participate in various activities such as study visits, guest lectures, lunch lectures, mentoring activities, internships and degree projects.
Snits gives me as a student the opportunity to create a better idea of what I want to work with after my education. It is a unique opportunity to make hugely important contacts with companies in the IT industry already during your studies. Leo Jordansson, studying Computer Engineering at Karlstad University.