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Campus locations

Lund University is located in the Skåne region of southern Sweden in Scandinavia, Northern Europe. It has campuses in Lund, Helsingborg, Malmö and Ljungbyhed.

Map of Lund University's campus locations.
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This page presents our campus locations and campuses. If you are looking for visitor and travel information for Lund University, the region of Skåne and/or the country of Sweden, please look here instead:

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Lund Campus – City of Lund

Lund University's main campus is located in the City of Lund, which is 15 minutes by train from Malmö (Sweden's third largest city) and less than an hour from Copenhagen (the capital of Denmark and Scandinavia's largest city).

The city is known for its vibrant student life and academic traditions, its charming and historic city centre, and for being part of an innovative and entrepreneurial region.

The Main University Building. Photo.
The Main University Building.

The Main University Building (Universitetshuset)

Universitetshuset is Lund University’s main building, designed by Helgo Zettervall. The building was opened in 1882 and houses the grand University assembly hall, where professorial inaugurations and other ceremonies take place. Universitetshuset also houses the offices of the Vice-Chancellor and some of the University administration. The University fountain is at times a popular bathing spot for students.
 

Palaestra in spring
Palaestra et Odeum.

Palaestra et Odeum

Built in 1883. Behind the façade are also parts of the old orangery from the 1750s when this was a botanical garden. Palaestra et Odeum originally housed a fencing hall (i.e. a gymnasium) and a music room.
 

The Old Surgery in spring
The Old Surgery.

The Old Surgery (Gamla kirurgen)

Designed by Helgo Zettervall as part of the old hospital site. The building now houses teaching rooms and offices for Lund University.
 

The AF Building in summertime with a cyclist passing by
The AF building.

AF building (AF-borgen)

Completed in 1851. The architect was H. J. Strömberg, who designed a house specially adapted to the needs of the students. The original idea was that all members of the Academic Society could be present in the building at once.
 

The Centre for Languages and Literature surrounded by leafy green trees
The Centre for Languages and Literature.

Centre for Languages and Literature (SOL)

The Centre for Languages and Literature houses teaching rooms, a library and a café for the humanities at Lund University.
 

The University Library covered in autumn leaves
The University Library.

University Library, UB

The University Library is a public research library with collections that fill over 100 000 metres of shelves. The library holds large collections extending over 2 000 years, covering everything ever printed in Sweden.The library is responsible for the historical collections, special collections and Swedish printed material (deposit copies, national responsibility).

Lundagård seen from above
Lundagård.

Lundagård

In the early 19th century, the high walls that screened off the University from its surroundings were torn down and Lundagård was opened up as a public park. 
 

Kungshuset covered in autumn leaves with a path and green leading up the entrance
The King's House.

The King’s House (Kungshuset)

Kungshuset was completed in 1584 and was originally the residence of the Danish king’s sheriff. At the end of the 17th century Kungshuset became Lund University’s main building and fulfilled this function for 200 years. It also housed the University Library. At one point there was an astronomical observatory in the tower and an anatomical theatre. Kungshuset is located in Lundagård – the park area between the Lund Cathedral and the Main University Building.
 

Lund Cathedral towers with lilacs in the front
Lund Cathedral.

Lund Cathedral

The Cathedral was built in the 12th century after the Danish city of Lund had become the seat of the Archbishop of Scandinavia.
 

Students and teachers in front of Juridicum
Juridicum.

Juridicum

Since the 1990s, the Faculty of Law has been housed in the brick Swedish Telecom building from 1915.

Campus Helsingborg – City of Helsingborg

Campus Helsingborg is located in the cosmopolitan city of Helsingborg, one of Sweden's fastest growing municipalities. Thera are around 4,000 students. The campus is within walking distance of the railway station and is 30 minutes by train to Lund.

The following offer courses and programmes at Campus Helsingborg:

  • The Department of Service Management and Service Studies
  • The Department of Strategic Communication
  • The School of Social Work, and 
  • The Faculty of Engineering (LTH).

See the links below for more information.

Malmö Campus – City of Malmö

Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden and the central railway station is 15 minutes away by train from Lund and 20 minutes away from Copenhagen Airport.

A large number of Lund University staff and students live in Malmö and commute to Lund. Many staff and students who live in Lund often visit Malmö to enjoy its many shops, nightclubs and cultural and sporting events.

The city is also home to Lund University's Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, which includes the Malmö Academy of Music, the Malmö Art Academy and the Malmö Theatre Academy.

Much of the University's medical education and research is carried out at Skåne University Hospital in Malmö. The hospital is one of the most important in Sweden, and is at the forefront of research and operations in a number of fields.

Ljungbyhed Campus – Ljungbyhed

At the Ljungbyhed campus, about an hour's drive north of Lund, Lund University School of Aviation (LUSA) provides higher education and higher vocational education, as well as commissioned education within manned and unmanned aviation.

LUSA also conducts research within the aeronautical sciences. The LUSA UAS Lab is a research infrastructure for research about unmanned aerial systems and supports both Lund University researchers and external collaboration partners.

LUSA is certified by the Swedish CAA as an Authorised Training Organisation (ATO) for manned aviation as well as an Authorised Drone School (ADS) for unmanned aviation.