Telephone: +46 772-28 80 00
Opening hours: 7.45 am-4.00pm (May 1-Aug 31)
Fax +46 480-44 60 32 (Kalmar), +46 470-832 17 (Växjö)
391 82 Kalmar
351 95 Växjö
Getting to Linnaeus University
Travelling to Växjö
You can also reach Växjö via flights to Copenhagen Airport/Kastrup and a connecting direct train to Växjö station (approximately 2.5 hours). Travelling by train will take you to Växjö station situated in the city centre.
For travelling between Växjö Småland Airport and Linnaeus University, or Växjö city centre and Linnaeus University, taxi or bus is recommended.
Bus to campus
Bus no 4 takes you from Växjö Småland Airport to Växjö city centre where you change bus for Linnaeus University.
There are three alternatives for travelling by bus between Växjö city centre and Teleborg, where campus is situated. The best option is bus no 3 that goes directly to the university. Other alternatives are to take bus no 1 or bus no 5 to Teleborg centrum, which is located an 8–10 minute walk from the university.
All bus routes are operated by Länstrafiken Kronoberg, see link for timetables.
Travelling to Kalmar
You can also reach Kalmar via flights to Copenhagen Airport/Kastrup and a connecting direct train to Kalmar station (approximately 4 hours). Travelling by train will take you to Kalmar station situated in the city centre.
For travelling between Kalmar Öland Airport and Linnaeus University, taxi or bus is recommended.
Bus from Kalmar Öland Airport to Kalmar city centre
Kalmar Öland Airport is located about 5 km from the city centre. Shuttle bus number 402 Kalmar–Smedby departs every twenty minutes. Buses are operated by Kalmar Länstrafik, see link for timetable.
Parking in Kalmar
Linnaeus University offers 182 parking places in the multistory car park at Stuvaregatan 8. There are also 15 parking spaces for electric cars.
Fees for the multistorey car park:
- SEK 10/hour (day), 7 am–6 pm
- SEK 5/hour (night), 6 pm–7 am
- SEK 80/24 hours
- SEK 600/month
Parking in Växjö
Linnaeus University offers 946 parking spaces with a fee of SEK 1/hour or SEK 10/24 hours. There are also 60 free-of-charge parking spaces at Stallvägen (next to building S).
Parking spaces for electric cars are available at P06, P11, P12, and P14.
As a student, you are always welcome to infocenter when you are looking for general information and service, directions or guidance concerning whom to turn to within the organisation. At infocenter, you can also:
• get registration certificate showing your course registrations
• get certificate of enrolment showing your completed courses, credits and grades
• buy profile products (only in Kalmar)
• top up your printing credits (only in Kalmar)
• collect your swipe card (only in Växjö)
We also take care of lost and found valuables.
You find us here
In Kalmar you find us in Radix, Pedalstråket 11 at Universitetskajen. Our opening hours are Monday-Friday 8 am-4 pm (closed for lunch 12-12.30). There is also an infocenter located in Falken, Monday-Friday 9 am-2 pm.
In Växjö we are located at the entrance of building H and open Monday-Friday 07.45 am-4.30 pm. Between May 1 and August 31 we close at 4 pm.
+46(0)772-28 80 00
Payment Information for payment to Linnaeus University
Bank account number
Danske Bank, Box 7523, SE 103 92 STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
VAT-number for Linnaeus University
Questions? Please contact the Finance Office at Linnaeus University, +46 772 28 80 00.
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