Karlstad University (Swedish Karlstads universitet) is a state university in Karlstad, Sweden. The university, being a former university college (founded 1977) was granted university status in 1999 by the Government of Sweden. Originally it was a branch of the University of Gothenburg. There are about 40 training programmes, 30 programme extensions and 900 courses within humanities, social studies, science, technology, teaching, health care and arts. As of today, it has approximately 16,000 students and 1,200 employees. Its university press is named Karlstad University Press. CTF Service Research Center (Swedish Centrum för tjänsteforskning) at Karlstad University is one of the worlds leading research centers focusing on service management and value creation through service. On March 26, 2009 the faculty of Economics, communication and IT formed Karlstad Business School (Swedish Handelshögskolan vid Karlstads universitet) as a brand of their educational programmes in the business related areas. Karlstad University has two a cappella groups, Sällskapet CMB and Söt Likör. Many students live at the nearby student accommodation facilities called Unionen and Campus Futurum. Karlstad University has consolidated its position as a mid-sized and innovative higher education institution with stable and controlled growth. The interpersonal relationship is important and participation and engagement are characteristics of the University. We give priority to quality and enjoy a good reputation among students, staff and the wider community. The close interaction between research, education and external partners is notable in all university activities. All members of teaching staff pursue research and all researchers teach. The University is imbued with various forms of cultural expression. High quality teaching, flexible forms of study, professional contacts and satisfied students are factors placing Karlstad University among the top six universities in Sweden in terms of first choice applicants. The students are engaged and involved in the follow-up and improvement of courses and programmes. Our broad range of educational opportunities is balanced and consists of 80 % degree programmes and 20 % subject-specific degree courses or freestanding courses. In addition, we offer a great number of attractive and requested general education courses. We train professional musicians and dancers and have added professional degree programmes in psychology, jurisprudence, pharmacy and physiotherapy. We provide students with the qualified professional preparation required for their future careers.
The following is the list of scholars from Karlstad University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Karlstad University that are published in OMICS International journals.