The World Nuclear University is pleased to announce that the thirteenth annual WNU Summer Institute will be held in Uppsala, Sweden, in 2017. 
Uppsala is just 38 minutes from Stockholm and 18 minutes from Arlanda International airport, so it is very well connected for international travel. As one of Sweden's four major cities, it combines the vibrancy of city life and the intimacy and serenity of a small town, making it a perfect setting for our course.

List of all Summer Institutes:

2005 - Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, USA
Sponsors: US Department of Energy (DOE), and Battelle Energy Alliance (BEA)
Technical Tour Sponsors: Idaho National Laboratory, Yucca Mountain Geological Waste Repository

2006 - Centre for Nuclear Technology (SCNT), Stockholm, Sweden
Sponsors: French Atomic Energy Commission (Commissariat à l'énergie atomique), AREVA
Technical Tour Sponsors: CEA, AREVA

2007 - Daejeon, South Korea
Sponsors: Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI), Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co. (KHNP) and Korea’s Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST)
Technical Tour Sponsors: KAERI,  KNFC, National Fusion Research Center (NFRC), Pohang Accelerator Laboratory (PAL)

2008 - McMaster University, Toronto, Canada
Sponsors and hosts: Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Bruce Power, Cameco Corporation and Ontario Power Generation (OPG)
Technical Tour Sponsors: Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Cameco Corporation, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) and Babcock & Wilcox

2009 to 2014 - Christ Church College, Oxford, UK
Sponsors for one or more years: Areva, EDF Energy, Canon Foundation, URENCO, EON, USEC, Rolls Royce, Exelon, and Cameco Corporation.

2015 - Uppsala, Sweden
Sponsors: Uppsala University; Cameco
Technical Tour Sponsors: Westinghouse, Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant, Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Company , Vattenfall, Barsebäck Kraft AB

2016 - Ottawa, Canada
Supporter: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC)
Technical Tour Sponsors: Cameco Corporation, Ontario Power Generation (OPG), Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) and CNSC and Health Canada.

2017 - Uppsala, Sweden


The founding supporters: