Linnaeus University, Sweden

Linnaeus University (LNU)

About the University

Linnaeus University (LNU) (SwedishLinnéuniversitetet) is a state university in the Swedish historical province (landskapSmåland, with two campuses located in Växjö and Kalmar respectively. Linnaeus University was established in 2010 by a merger of former Växjö University and Kalmar University (Högskolan i Kalmar), and is named in honour of the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus.

Linnaeus University – a creative and international knowledge environment promoting curiosity, creativity, companionship and utility.

We set knowledge in motion for a sustainable societal development.

In order to set knowledge in motion for a sustainable societal development the following is required:

  • Innovative academic knowledge creation
  • Sustainable excellence
  • Culture and common ways of working

Through innovative academic knowledge creation, sustainable excellence, culture and common ways of working, we want to realise our vision. Together we set knowledge in motion for a sustainable societal development.

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Location Details

391 82, Kalmar, Sweden

External Links

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