Linnaeus University was established in 2010 through a merger between Växjö University and University of Kalmar.
Linnaeus University is one of Sweden’s biggest Univresities. We are a public comprehensive Universities where you can study different subjects within arts and humanities, health and life sciences, the social sciences, the natural sciences, technology, and business and economics.
Research at Linnaeus University is of high quality, nationally as well as internationally, and covers a wide range of disciplines. Particularly prominent is the research carried out within our cutting-edge research environments – our Linnaeus University Centres. Within these centres, everything from ecology and evolution to discrimination and integration, postcolonialism, intermediality, bioscience, and big data is being studied.
To study and work at Linnaeus University means being part of an environment characterized by knowledge and development. Students acquire new knowledge and learn to have a critical approach. Researchers make discoveries that can change our society. Employees talk of a work place with both challenges and opportunities. Linnaeus University is a university where knowledge grows.