LTH is a part of Lund University. They have the overall responsibility for education and research in engineering, architecture and industrial design at the university.
LTH currently has several of Sweden's most attractive programs and a very wide research. Within several of their research areas, LTH are world leaders, such as nanotechnology, combustion physics and medical technology.
LTH has almost 10,000 students and about 1,600 employees from all over the world. Their courses are given at LTH's Campus in Lund and at Campus Helsingborg.
"We already have established partnerships that can now be further strengthened through the partnership. It is great that LTH becomes part of the CLOSER cooperation," Says Sofie Vennersten, program manager at CLOSER.