Take a tour of Campus Norrköping
Campus Norrköping is located amid Norrköping's industrial landscape, just a stone's throw from the city centre. Motala River winds its way through the campus.
Kåkenhus is the heart of LiU Norrköping. It includes a café, lunch restaurant and library, the Student Health Care Centre and the Student Counselling Office. The Institute of Technology students spend a lot of time here.
Kåkenhus viewed from Motala River. The building is named after the town of Koknese in present-day Latvia. The old parts of the building used to be a textile mill, built between the 1890s and the 1950s.
Clinicum, on the 4th and 5th floors, houses theoretical and practical learning customised for the students of nursing and occupational therapy.
Täppan is more modern than most of LiU's other buildings in Norrköping. Students of engineering, social sciences and the humanities work side by side here. A characteristic of Täppan is its courtyard, surrounded by glass facades.
Spetsen, located right below Kåkenhus, houses the social work and social sciences programmes. Spetsen has also been renovated and provides a great study environment.
Bomullsspinneriet (the cotton mill) is where the programmes for teacher education are found. The building is virtually surrounded by water and located right next to the Museum of Work, also known as Strykjärnet (the iron) because of its shape.
Last updated: 2012-03-05