Karolinska Institute



Karolinska Institutet (often translated from Swedish into English as the Karolinska Institute) is one of Europe’s most prestigious medical universities located in Solna, Sweden.

The original name was at first “Medico-Chirurgiska Institutet”.

The institute is Sweden’s third oldest medical school and accounts for more than 40% of the country’s academic research.

Established in 1810

Medical University

More than 6’000 students

Located in Solna, Stockholm County, Sweden






University of Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a venerable institution, founded in the 1580s, and has forged a special position in academia. Its national and international reputation is excellent, and it has a large, diverse and multinational student body.

The university played an important role in leading Edinburgh to its reputation as a chief intellectual centre during the Age of Enlightenment and helped give the city the nickname of the Athens of the North.

. Established in 1583

. Counting more than 6’000 academic staff

. Counting more than 30’000 students

. Located in Edinburgh, Scotland

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