About Uppsala International Hub
Uppsala International Hub is an initiative designed to attract and welcome skilled internationals to our county and help them to thrive here long-term. It is a collaboration between the business community, academia, our municipality and county and is run within the framework of a regional platform.
This site is your guide to making Uppsala your new home, whether you’re settling here for good or a short while, coming alone or with family. We link to official sites, in English wherever possible, so you can get the information you really need.
Our guiding principles
- We attract global talent to help the county, academia and employers achieve their vision and create a better future
- Building knowledge and providing thought-leadership within talent attraction and retention
- Identifying and addressing the needs/challenges of talent and employers
- Collaborating with relevant stakeholders to develop solutions and deliver benefits
- Showcasing how talent can build their desired life in our county
- We combine stakeholders and partners strengths to improve the conditions for international talent and recruiting employers
- We support employers and organizations in attracting and retaining international talent
- We design and communicate the total package of an attractive county, leading clusters and exciting job opportunities
- We provide tools, services and activities to support talent in their settlement process
Uppsala International Hub is organized by a partnership between Uppsala University (Uppsala universitet), The Swedish University of Agriculture and Science (SLU), Uppsala County Council (Region Uppsala), Uppsala Municipality (Uppsala kommun) and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (Handelskammaren i Uppsala län). The partners together finance the initiative and their representatives make decisions regarding implementation and development.
Our commitment and approach to maintaining an accessible website
Did you know...
… Swedish Kings and Queens were crowned in Uppsala Cathedral until 1719.