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Campus locations

Lund University is based in the Skåne region of southern Sweden in Scandinavia, Northern Europe. Campus locations include Lund, Helsingborg, Malmö and Ljungbyhed.

Map of Lund University's campus locations.

City of Lund

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

The city is famous for its bustling student life and academic traditions, its charming and historical city centre, and for being part of an innovative and entrepreneurial region.

City of Helsingborg

Campus Helsingborg has approximately 4 000 students. Situated in the cosmopolitan city of Helsingborg, one of Sweden's fastest-growing communities, the campus is in walking distance from the railway station and is 30 minutes by train to Lund.

The Department of Service Management and Service Studies, the Department of Strategic Communication, the School of Social Work and the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) offer selected courses and programmes at Campus Helsingborg.

City of Malmö

Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden and the central station is situated 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 living 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, comprising the Malmö Academy of Music, the Malmö Art Academy and the Malmö Theatre Academy.

A significant proportion of the University’s medical training and research is done 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.


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.