KTH – More than one campus site
Our growth since the beginning in 1827 has called for new campus sites in and around Stockholm. Today, we host several different campuses, and we take an active part in one additional one. You can get to know your individual campus sites and other places to work by clicking the links below.
Our campus on Valhallavägen is very much like a small-town right in the middle of the city. In an area the size of Stockholm’s Old Town (Gamla Stan), you find a vibrant and youthful environment containing libraries, restaurants, cafés, a sports centre and much more.
Today, we house most of the Master’s programmes at KTH . We also provide space for the University of Dance and Circus, the Swedish National Defence College and the University College of Opera which keeps the area all the more alive. And thanks to our great student exchanges with foreign universities, we have a highly international environment here at our campus.
Getting here: The easiest way to get to our campus on Valhallavägen is to go by the red line on the underground. You travel towards Mörby centrum and get off at the station called Tekniska högskolan. Just make your way to the street level, exit towards Tekniska högskolan, and you are right there.
Flemingsberg is an area of high academic "density" and one of northern Europe's most important areas within biotechnology - both in terms of research and industrial activities. Located here is also Södertörn University and the Karolinska Institute with over 10 000 students. In addition, the Novum Research Center, where 1000 people are involved in research is located here. has part of its activities in Flemingsberg. At KTH Flemingsberg, courses are offered in Medical Engineering and research is conducted within the subject.
Getting here: To get to the KTH campus in Flemingsberg, you need to take the commuter train towards Södertälje. You get off at the station called Flemingsberg, take the south exit, turn right and use the escalators (follow the signs towards Huddinge sjukhus). Once you get up the escalators, you are on the actual campus site.
They call it Wireless Valley, Mobile Valley or the Silicon Valley of the North. Its formal name is Kista Science City, located in north-west Stockholm. It’s where you’ll find many of the world’s foremost Information and Communications Technology companies, gathered together to take advantage of Sweden’s strong position in mobile communications. Kista Science City is one of the world’s leading high-tech clusters – and the birthplace of wireless communication technologies such as NMT, GSM, EDGE and W-CDMA.
KTH Kista offers education and research in all the areas which today's information society is based upon - from nano scale physics to the benefit of the end user. It is an exciting international environment with teachers and students from all around the world. The Master's and postgraduate programmes offered by the school attracts students from the world's top universities.
Getting here: You first need to get to T-centralen, the underground station just by the central station. From there you take the blue line towards Akalla. It will take you approximately 17 minutes to get to station Kista. Take the exit at the front of the train and make a right as you get out on the street. Pass straight through the mall and as you get out on the street, you will be able to see KTH Kista on your left. in Swedish.
KTH AlbaNova lies on the north slope of Albano hill, close to Roslagstull and the KTH main campus on Vallhallavägen in Stockholm.
The AlbaNova University Centre is the Stockholm Centre for Physics, Astronomy and Biotechnology – and it is a research and education initiative run jointly by the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Stockholm University (SU).
Getting here:The easiest way to get to KTH AlbaNova, is to walk from our main campus at Valhallavägen. You take the underground to the station Tekniska högskolan – the same as you would to get to our main campus. The directions for walking there are here.
At KTH Södertälje , you will find an exciting mix of new IT solutions in a culturally protected environment. It is a moderately large area with close and natural contacts between the teachers and students. Here, we collaborate closely with the town’s business community and in particular major Södertälje companies such as Scania and AstraZeneca.
Getting here: You take the commuter train from the Central Station in Stockholm to Södertälje Centrum. Once there, it is a few minutes' walk. You first cross Nyköpingsvägen and then take Campusgatan straight ahead.
SciLifeLab (Science for Life Laboratory)
SciLifeLab has been created by the coordinated effort of four universities in Stockholm and Uppsala: Stockholm University, the Karolinska Institutet, The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Uppsala University. It is a centre for large-scale biosciences with focus in health and environmental research. The centre combines advanced technical know-how and state-of-the-art equipment with a broad knowledge in translational medicine and molecular bioscience. SciLifeLab provides the technology needed for the optimal usage of resources unique for Sweden and Scandinavia, among them clinical material in the form of biobanks and excellent medical records.
Getting here: The easiest way to get to the Karolinska Institutet Science Park (KISP) at Tomtebodavägen 23A, which is where the SciLifeLab is situated in Stockholm, is to get on the green underground line and go to S:t Eriksplan. There, you can take either bus 3, 6, 67 or 77 to the stop Karolinska institutet Biomedicum. From Odenplan, you can take either bus 6 or 67.
For more information see SL's website .