KTH promote equal rights

Did you know that …

... everyone has the right to equal treatment.

You probably know that everyone has the right to be treated with respect. But do you know what this means? Studying at a university or college in Sweden is covered by Sweden’s Discrimination Act. The purpose of the Act is to combat discrimination and in other ways promote equal rights and opportunities regardless of sex, transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion or other belief, disability, sexual orientation or age.

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Did you know that …

... There are study counsellors at KTH?

If you are attending a programme at KTH you can meet a study counsellor/international coordinator who can provide you with advice, for example, on planning your studies, your career goals, courses you should take, taking a break from your studies, or receiving specific support.

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Did you know that …

... There are appointed contact people you can turn to if you feel you are being victimised?

If you feel that you are being discriminated, harassed, sexually harassed, or that you are being victimised, please turn to one of the appointed contact people at your school for support. You will find their contact details here.

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