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At cookies are used. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the device you visit websites with, e.g. computer, tablet or mobile phone. At, cookies are used to make it easier for you as a visitor and to be able to improve the website's function and content through analysis.

There are two different types of cookies:

  • Permanent cookies are stored on the visitor's device until it is deleted or disappears.
  • Session cookies that are temporarily stored in the device's memory while a visitor is on the website. Session cookies disappear when the browser is closed.

Cookies are removed via the browser settings. (see your browser's instructions).

If you want to avoid further cookies, you can turn off the handling of these in the browser, but this may mean that certain functions on the website do not work.

The following cookies are used on

Userneeds - internal recommendation engine for educations that via visitor collects visitor statistics and presents to the visitor relationships between different courses and programs under the heading "Others also watched"

Google Analytics - web analytics service that collects visitor statistics through a number of cookies. The statistics are used for analysis to evaluate and improve the website's content, experience and structure and also in some cases for evaluation of ads from Google.
Read more about cookies from Google Analytics »

Siteimprove - analysis service for quality, shortcomings and availability of the website and its content. Statistics and reports are used to fix errors and shortcomings and create better accessibility and user experience.

Third-party cookies

ReachMee - system for showing job vacancies, sets so-called third-party cookies to improve the use of the service

Youtube and Vimeo - some videos on the site are embedded from Youtube and Vimeo. When these are played, third-party cookies are used by the suppliers.

Inquiries to third parties

Our social media sharing features make third-party inquiries to Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Third-party inquiries are also made of functions other than those mentioned above, such as the search function Cludo, the video service Kaltura, browser compatibility via, and the previously mentioned Google for statistics, maps and fonts.

Please note that there may be cookies or requests that are linked to a specific function on the website that is not general.

Report inaccuracies

If there are any errors or if you have any questions about the cookies used on, contact the web organisation »

The Swedish Post and Telecom Agency, which is the supervisory authority in the area, provides further information about cookies on its website,