October 8, 1999

Swedish universities will be able to take 10,500 extra students in 2001 and 2002 with extra money in the 2000 budget for education and research, earmarked for natural sciences and technology. The Royal Swedish Institute of Technology will get 1,500 places for a new information technology university.

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