Linnaeus University

Impact Rankings 2023
SE- 351 95, Växjö, Sweden

More about Linnaeus University

Linnaeus University was founded in 2010 in Växjö and Kalmar in Sweden, named after the renowned scientist Carl Linnaeus. It was established through the merger of Växjö University and Kalmar University College. The university has about 44,000 students enrolled at any one time, of which over 2,000 are international students from around the world.

The university offers over 150 different degree programmes and 1,300
single-subject courses on bachelor's and master's level. In addition, the university offers contract educations for those who want additional training;
for example, police education or training to be a school headmaster.

A bachelor’s programme at Linnaeus University has a standard three-year duration, with some courses offering flexibility on part-time or full-time basis. The programmes are divided into six main areas: business and economics, computer science, design and humanities, natural sciences, social and behavioural sciences, and technology and engineering. Degree courses include design and change, applied mathematics, and marketing.

The university has partnerships with roughly 500 universities across the world in over 80 countries. Students at Linnaeus University have three different possibilities to gain international experience: to study abroad, to do an Erasmus traineeship, and to do a degree project abroad. International students at Linnaeus University will be part of our buddy programme, through which they are partnered with a Swedish student to get a grip of local life and customs

Linnaeus Union, the student union at Linnaeus University, organises enjoyable activities for students outside of their studies, including events, and there are more 70 social clubs and organisations. There is a student orchestra, student pubs, sports clubs, and much more.

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