KTH Campus on Valhallavägen is like a small town in the middle of a big city. Centrally located in an area as big as Gamla stan, the campus has a history which dates back to the early 20th century.
A number of central functions can be found here which are common for all campuses: The student clinic, a large library, the Infocenter, a sports centre, a housing agency, the President’s administration and much more. There are also cafés and restaurants as well as the student union building Nymble where the student’s union arranges different types of activities.
Thanks to a major exchange with foreign universities, the environment at KTH Campus is noticeably international. Each year, 1,000 exchange students arrive here and approximately the same amount come to study on KTH’s Master’s programmes.
Within the area, there are also other university colleges such as Danshögskolan (the College of Dance), Försvarshögskolan (the Military Academy) and Operahögskolan (University College of Opera), which contribute to making the campus even more dynamic and alive.