About Campus Gotland
At Uppsala University - Campus Gotland you can read for degrees within the humanities, law, technology and sciences, social sciences, languages, game design and educational sciences.
Located in central Visby, Campus Gotland is just a stone’s throw from the sea. Here you will find the Student Union called Rindi (Gotlandic name for ivy), the Almedal Library and, not least, the community facilities that make life as a student in the town of Visby so agreeable. Here there is a spectrum of cultural and sporting activities – and a cosy café to while away an hour or two with friends – available all year round. Not to mention all the different environments where one can sit and study in peace and quiet.
As a student at Uppsala University – Campus Gotland, you will have the best of both worlds: the large university’s width and depth within education and research as well as the unique study milieu that can only be found in a smaller campus. Here you will become part of a study environment with ample teaching time and many different contact spaces to interact with students from other degree programmes.
At Campus Gotland the accent is placed on the student's own possibility of shaping his or her education, the importance of the learning environment and the scope for intensified contact between students and teaching staff.
At Campus Gotland we want to give you the very best prerequisites for meeting the challenges of working life. The capacity for analysis, problem solving and communication make you an attractive employee for potential employers.
Study and live in Visby
Visby boasts a history as rich as the town is beautiful. Read more about Visby and Gotland.
Find a place to live in Gotland
There are student dormitory rooms as well as apartments. Read about accommodation.
We are a part of Uppsala University
Campus Gotland is a part of Uppsala University - one of the world's highest ranked universities.
Join us in creating the future
“You are welcome to join us in creating the future – welcome to us,” says Eva Åkesson, Vice-Chancellor of Uppsala University.