About this website
Karolinska Institutet's central website, ki.se shall represent the entire KI and be able to respond to the needs of several target groups. The website shall:
- constitute a hub for communication at KI and contribute to strengthening KI as a university
- strengthen relationships and communication with KI's priority stakeholders, nationally and internationally
- profile KI for prospective students and prospective employees
- profile KI as a medical university and arouse interest in the medical field.
We welcome your comments
We are constantly working to improve our website. If you have any ideas or questions regarding the content of a certain page on the website, you are to contact the content administrator and/or content owner indicated at the bottom of every page.
All websites marked with Karolinska Institutet's emblem and a © symbol are protected by copyright. The copyright protection also covers images and graphical elements. The copyright to academic articles, theses and research projects listed in databases are concerned is owned by their respective authors.
Information about the authority
Telephone:+46-8-524 800 00 (switchboard), the switchboard is staffed monday to friday, 8 am to 4.30 pm
Fax:+46 8 31 11 01
Address: Karolinska Institutet SE-171 77 Stockholm
Visiting address: Nobels väg 6, Solna and Alfred Nobels Allé 8, Huddinge/Flemingsberg
Processing of personal data
This section provides information about how Karolinska Institutet processes personal data obtained through the website ki.se.
Personal data controller
Your contact person for the personal data processing is the person responsible for the activities/research project that collected your personal data. Karolinska Institutet is the personal data controller for the processing of personal data provided through the website ki.se. Information on how to contact us can be found under the heading “Contact”.
Purposes of processing
Karolinska Institutet will process your personal data:
- when you sign up for courses, conferences and other events organised by Karolinska Institutet
- when you apply for a job via KI's job centre
- when you order publications
- when you sign up for newsletters
The principle of public access to official documents
Karolinska Institutet is a central government authority. This means that messages sent to us become public documents, which may come to be shared with others in accordance with the principle of public access to official documents.
The right to access your information
Your personal data is processed according to the laws on public documents and the archives of public authorities as well as the laws on processing of personal data. You have the right to access, or rectify your personal data as well as have them erased by KI. You also have the right to limit the use of your personal data.
Submit your application to:
If you have issues around the processing of your personal data at KI, you can contact the Data Protection Officer, Mats Gustavsson, email@example.com.
If the response from KI is not satisfying, you can complain to the Swedish Data Protection Authority Datainspektionen firstname.lastname@example.org or +46-(8)-657 61 00.
There are two types of cookie:
- a permanent cookie remains on the visitor's computer for a set period of time.
- a session cookie is stored temporarily in the computer's memory while the visitor is on a website. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.
None of the visitor's personal information such as e-mail or name will be saved.
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority, which is the supervisory authority in this area, provides further information about cookies on its website, www.pts.se.
The KI website has been built in accordance with web standards. This means that HTML 5 has been used to structure its contents, and that style templates (CSS, cascading style sheets) have been used to govern how the content is presented. The publication system used is an open source system called Drupal.
The website is best viewed in newer browsers that support the above-mentioned standards. Older versions do not fully support these web standards. They will display the same contents, but with certain discrepancies in the layout.
ki.se has been adapted to be viewed equally well on a regular computer as on a mobile phone or tablet. As long as you have a newer browser, the website should function.
More information about the various browsers is available on their respective publisher's website.
The law on accessibility to digital public service regarding websites and mobile applications applies to KI. Karolinska Institutet strives to make the information on the web available to as many people as possible. To support this work, we have developed ki.se in accordance with the guidelines specified by WCAG 2.1.
KI is also required to submit an accessibility report on a regular basis.
All web editors publishing content on ki.se are trained in issues concerning accessibility. We have adaptations in our web publishing system that support editors' efforts to make the site more accessible.