SHOWCASING DIVERSITY AT STOCKHOLM'S UNIVERSITIES
Former President Bill Clinton is a key partner to the Hult Prize and awards its annual prize of $1 million at the UN Headquarters in New York. Photo: AP Images for Hult Prize Foundation
When Sweden announced that it would x student fees With a growing number of international applicants, Stockholm has established itself as one of the world's most attractive student cities and By working with Stockholm Academic Forum, the peak collaborative body of the city of Stockholm and its 18 universities, Scencia has been able to support and celebrate work with diversity and inclusion.
In recent years, Stockholm has attracted a growing number of international students and was named the 4th most attractive student city in the world in 2018.
Scencia is supporting Staf in showcasing and celebrating its work with diversity, which has helped Stockholm
to become one of the world's
most attractive student cities.