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Experience a unique student life involving six student unions, 13 student nations and a wide variety of student organisations.

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Student life at Uppsala University

We believe that life outside of the classroom is just as important as inside, which is why Uppsala University, the student unions and the student nations work together to make your time as a student as enjoyable and inspiring as possible. As a student at Uppsala University you have the power to influence your studies and help to shape your learning environment. While you are here, we encourage you to get involved, get to know your fellow students and make your voice heard in the student body.


While you are a student your campus is your workplace. This is the meeting place for researchers, teachers, and students, and where you will make important connections and build your network. Uppsala University has two main study areas, in Uppsala and in Visby on the island of Gotland. There are eleven different campuses in Uppsala and one in Visby.

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Health and fitness

As a student you can visit the Student Health Service with any study related health issues. Campus 1477, the Student Health Service's fitness section in Uppsala, operates two large training facilities at the university campus areas. Read more about health and fitness in Uppsala.

Students in Visby have access to a range of sporting activities. Read more about health and fitness on Gotland.


As a student at Uppsala University you can enjoy a rich cultural life, including mummies, gardens, dinosaurs, old books, great music and beautiful artworks. As a student you will receive free admission to the university museums as well as free admission or a student discount to many of the university's concerts and other cultural events.

Academic traditions

By now you have probably heard about some of the activities taking place in Uppsala on Walpurgis, or Valborg, but within university itself there are many other traditions, symbols and celebrations that date back hundreds of years and are still a natural part of academic and student life today.