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During 2013, Halmstad University assessed all its research and coproduction in ARC13 (”Assessment of Research and Coproduction 2013”). The assessment is an important tool in the work process of making the activities of the University more research intensive. On this page, you can dip into and download the final report of ARC13. It is also possible to order a printed version of the report.
In the assessment, the eight research environments at Halmstad University were reviewed by 39 external experts. Their conclusions demonstrate that during the University’s first 30 years, it has succeeded in building up several research environments with research at a high international level.
The overall purpose of ARC13 has been to develop research at the participating universities. It has helped to identify research with a development potential. Several environments – in total more than half of all research resources at the University – are judged to be at a high international level in general. Several parts of other research environments are also judged to be on a high international level. The assessment has also contributed to valuable apprehensions on what improvement potential there is.
ARC13 derives from the process that led to the appointment of Halmstad University to a so-called KK-environment in 2012. The Knowledge Foundation (KK-stiftelsen) is a co-financier of ARC13. The assessment has been performed in cooperation with Skövde University and Mid Sweden University, both of which are KK-environments.
Click on the front cover to view the report in fullscreen.
Download the final report of ARC13 (pdf, 2.9 MB)