LTH Campus is located in Lund, Helsingborg and Ljungbyhed. There are study places all over campus - both in Lund and Helsingborg. There are quiet rooms as well as reading rooms, group rooms and computer workstations. Several of the group rooms are equipped with a whiteboard and computer to facilitate group work.
Campus LTH in Lund
The campus in Lund is located in the northern part of the city, just a few minutes by bike from the city center and close to two large student housing areas; Sparta and Delphi - where many students live. It is full of life and movement thanks to the 9,600 students and 800 research students who move here. Several of the student nations, with their homes and premises, are also located right on campus.
Buildings, restaurants, cafés and shops
LTH departments are located according to their discipline in the buildings listed below.
KC - Chemistry building
Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Biotechnology, Chemistry
IKDC - Ingvar Kamprad Design Centre
School of Industrial Design
School of Architecture
Civil and Fire Safety Engineering
Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Mechanical and Industrial Management Engineering
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Department of Physics, CIRCLE
Kåruhset (student union building)
International Office, Faculty administration, and TLTH—the student union
LTH Study centre
LTH reception, reference library, study places, LU Card station, restaurant
Student- and programme service
Student advisors, student counsellors and programme planners, located in E-building.
Restaurants and Cafés
Student guilds of the different engineering programmes runs cafés in different buildings over lunchtime. The average lunch price is 70 SEK.
Finn Ut Restaurant and Café's website
Campus LTH in Helsingborg
LTH School of Engineering is located on Campus Helsingborg which is located in the center and only a short walk from the central station. At Campus Helsingborg, technologists are mixed with students from other educations such as sociologists and communicators. In total, there are about 4,000 students.
Ljungbyhed School of Aviation
The School of Aviation (TFHS) at Lund University is one of the few universities in Europe with higher education in aviation. TFHS has a stated ambition to function as a center for aviation and aviation-related education - through research and development. TFHS also has a pilot education as a basic course.