Study and live in Visby
As a student at Campus Gotland, you can enjoy the best of both worlds: a highly-ranked, full-scale university and a small campus in the World Heritage City of Visby.
Located on the island of Gotland, the medieval city of Visby is home to Uppsala University Campus Gotland. Here you will be part of a unique study environment, with the small campus allowing for ample contact with teachers and students from other degree programmes.
With more than 1000 students in a city of 25,000 inhabitants, Visby is a place where students take part in the everyday life of Gotland. This is reflected in the range of cafés, cultural and sporting activities that you can find here. Our students associate life on Gotland with flexibility and dedication.
Student voices about life at Campus Gotland
Gotland's Student Union Rindi
Student Union Rindi is a meeting place for all students in Visby. At Rindi you can meet fellow students and participate in social events and activities, which range from street performance art to singing in a choir. The student union also works to improve the rights and conditions of students at Uppsala University and Campus Gotland.
Travelling to Gotland
Gotland is located in the Baltic Sea, approximately 90 km from the Swedish mainland. You can travel to Gotland either by ferry or by air, and you can find many departures every day.
Health and fitness
It is easy to keep fit and play sports in Visby as a student. Become a member of Student Union Rindi's sporting clubs or take part in a variety of sporting activities and organisations on Gotland. You can find almost everything, from football to kitesurfing. If you face any study related illnesses during your time at Campus Gotland, the Student Health Service is there for you.
Student support, safety and diversity
At Uppsala University, the health and well-being of our students is taken very seriously. We provide superior support to students prior to their arrival, during their studies and even after they graduate from Uppsala University. Here, all students share the same rights, responsibilities and opportunities, and staff members are always on hand to assist and support the student community.