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Opening hours and how to get here

Södertörn University is in the centre of Flemingsberg, south of Stockholm. We have an interactive map of the campus to help you find your way around.

There are good cycle paths to the university and the campus has cycle parking and two fixed bicycle pumps. Huddinge Municipality's website has a map of cycle pathsexternal link in the area and where fixed bicycle pumps are located.

Getting here is easy on commuter trains to Södertälje or Tumba från Stockholm City, and only takes 19 minutes. Get off when the train stops in Flemingsberg and turn right when you leave the station. Campus Flemingsberg and Södertörn University are at the top of the long escalators.

You can also catch a bus to the stops called Södertörns högskola or Blickagången. If you are coming by car, the university is easily visible from Huddingevägen (Road 226).

Guests/visitors can borrow a “visitor parking pass” from Infocenter. There is a large commuter car park next to the station in Flemingsberg.

Guest Wi-Fi

If you are a guest and need to access Wi-Fi, please contact Infocenter.

Campus map

PDF mapPDF

Use the buttons numbered 1-7 on the left of the map to choose a level in the building. To see rooms in Logos and Praxis you need to zoom out or drag the map to get to the right area.

For visitors:

Alfred Nobels allé 7
141 52 Huddinge

Telephone: +46 (0)8 608 4000
Fax: +46 (0)8 608 4010

Infocenter

Open Mon-Fri 10.00-15.00

Telephone: +46 (0)8 608 40 00
E-mail: info@sh.se

Taxi entrance

Alfred Nobels allé 5

Postal address

Södertörns högskola
SE-141 89 Huddinge

Invoice address

Södertörns högskola
Box 4002
SE-141 04 Huddinge

VAT number

SE202100489601

Goods deliveries

Open Mon-Fri 08.00-16.00

Alfred Nobels allé 3
Telephone: +46 (0)8 608 4650

University opening hours

The university is open to students from 06.00 to 24.00, every day of the year. You will need your SH-Card and passcode at weekends and some other times. Please note that changes to the opening hours may occur during the corona pandemic.

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Page updated

23-11-2020