Örebro University is one of the fastest growing universities in Sweden, with 17,000 students and 1,200 members of staff. The university provides education and research in humanities, law, social science, science, technology, health care, medicine, education, music and sport science. It university offers approximately 900 courses, 60 undergraduate programmes and 30 postgraduate programmes.
The Department of Health Sciences and Medicine at Örebro University,undertakes education and research concerning people’s needs and possibilities in relation to health and illness. It has a dynamic and multidisciplinary research environment and a multitude of study programs and courses, including courses for teachers. The Swedish National Center for Child Health Promotion is located at the University since 2004.