Linnaeus University is the second largest university in southern Sweden. The first integrated English-language program in non-English-speaking Europe was probably initiated here. There are different centers and institutes for technology development, transport economics and business logistics, labor market research, small business development and humanities. The attractive main campus area includes Teleborg Castle and park, the university library, as well as, the student union and student pub. The total enrollment is over 15,000 students.

VIS, a group of students at the university, arranges activities for all those interested in intercultural activities. The international student life coordinator, who assists all incoming students in practical and social matters, can be found at the student union. This person arranges for each exchange student to have a fadder, or a Swedish mentor, who helps to make your stay as pleasant as possible. 

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  • Kalmar

    Kalmar, Sweden

    The city of Kalmar is situated on the beautiful southeast coast of Sweden. Kalmar is one of the oldest cities in Sweden, and history waits behind every corner. Kalmar is a fairly small, beautiful and very pleasant city in which to live. You will soon find your way around and feel at home. Take a walk on the cobbled streets in the old town and finish with a visit to Kalmar Castle, which has a history going back 800 years. Today the castle is a living Renaissance palace, available for events, parties and conferences. In Kalmar, everything is close at hand. You only have to cross the Öland bridge (approximately six km long) to reach Öland, an island which is one of Sweden’s most visited tourist spots and includes sports, a unique countryside and wildlife. Kalmar offers a wide range of activities, including boating, golf, tennis, football, athletics and swimming.

  • Växjö

    Växjö, Sweden

    Växjö (pronounced Vex-sure), the central community in southeastern Sweden, has a full range of cultural and musical life in its museums, theater, cathedral and concert hall. The area is known as the kingdom of crystal since world class glassworks such as Kosta, Boda and Orrefors are located here. The House of Emigrants commemorates the great emigration epoch from 1850 to 1930, when 1.3 million Swedes emigrated to America. The region is also known for its high-tech industry, pulp and paper manufacturing, and is home of the furniture manufacturer, IKEA. The surrounding pristine lakes and forests are an attraction for those who love wildlife and the outdoors. Växjö is also one of the leading tennis cities in the world as Mats Wilander, Stefan Edberg, Magnus Larsson and Jonas Bjorkman have all trained and played here. Växjö is easily accessible from Copenhagen and Stockholm by plane and train.

ISEP STUDENT ADVISOR Liz Sinclair 703-504-9971 | LSinclair@isep.org Thanks for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Advisor and main point of contact here at ISEP. Contact me at any point in your search process and we’ll work together to find programs that match your interests and academic needs. When you reach out, be sure to include the name of your home university in your email.

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Linnaeus University

Växjö, Kalmar, Sweden

International Office
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Connect

https://www.facebook.com/linneuniversitetet?fref=ts

https://twitter.com/linneuni

https://instagram.com/linneuniversitetet/

Terms

Full Year (August - June)

Fall Semester (August - January)

Spring Semester (January - June)

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ISEP STUDENT ADVISOR Liz Sinclair 703-504-9971 | LSinclair@isep.org Thanks for your interest in ISEP Study Abroad! I’m your Student Advisor and main point of contact here at ISEP. Contact me at any point in your search process and we’ll work together to find programs that match your interests and academic needs. When you reach out, be sure to include the name of your home university in your email.