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Getting to Örebro University

Örebro University’s Campus Örebro from above showing buildings, roads and the surrounding nature.

Campus Örebro.

This is Örebro University's travel guide to Campus Örebro. Here you will find everything you need to know, whether travelling by air, train, coach, or car – and what to do after arriving.

Örebro University has four campuses. You will find most of our students and staff at Campus Örebro (our main campus) and Campus USÖ (School of Medical Sciences), both located in the town of Örebro. Campus Grythyttan and Campus Karlskoga are our two regional campuses.

Curious about Örebro? See getting around Örebro below.

Stockholm Arlanda Airport

If you arrive at Arlanda you can go by coach or train to Örebro. Travel time for train and coach is approximately 2 1/2 hours. 

Tickets can be bought in advance on the homepages or directly at the airport, via ticket machines, information desks or apps. Please note that many payments must be done with a credit or debit card. 

Please note that there are other possible airports near Stockholm, these include flights to Västerås and Skavsta airport. We do however recommend Stockholm Arlanda Airport as they offer the most convenient alternatives when traveling to Örebro from the airport.

There are direct flights to Örebro from London Stansted with Ryan Air.
From and to Örebro Airport.

Trains in Sweden

There are several companies operating the railway network in Sweden. The main train operator is SJ. Most trains can be booked via SJ's webpage.

SJ, travel by train

Railway stations in Örebro

There are two railway stations in Örebro; Örebro Central and Örebro Södra. The main railway station in Örebro is Örebro Central. In connection with Örebro Central is Resecentrum, the Travel Centre, from where you can catch a bus or a taxi to the University.

There are coaches from different cities in Europe to Sweden, but not directly to Örebro. You have to continue your travelling by another coach or by train to get here. The bus station is called Örebro Resecentrum, which is at the Örebro Central train station.

Coaches to Sweden


Coaches within Sweden
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Örebro is easily accessible by car from the E18/E20 motorways from major cities like Stockholm (200 km), Gothenburg (300 km), Oslo, Norway (300 km) and Copenhagen, Denmark (500 km).


There are approximately 1 500 parking spaces at Örebro University. The more central ones are subject to a fee. Please note that payments are done via apps or with credit/debit card.
Parking spaces

Disability parking

If you have a certificate for disability parking (issued by Örebro Municipality) you may use the disability parking spaces near the entrances.

Parking offences

Our parking spaces are monitored by Aimo Park. To avoid fines, do not park on the grass, in parking spaces for service vehicles or private parking spaces and of course areas where parking is prohibited.

There are two railway stations in Örebro and if you arrive by train, you should get off at the central railway station (Örebro Central). In connection with the central railway station is Resecentrum, the Travel Centre, from where you can catch a bus or a taxi to the University. This is also where the coaches or buses from Stockholm and Göteborg arrives. 

By taxi

We recommend that you use Örebro Läns Taxi, +46 19 124300. A taxi ride to the University should cost around 100-150 SEK. 

By bus

From the city centre, take a bus with the word Universitetet on the bus display (buses 2, 3 and 10). The bus ride to the University takes about 15 minutes. 

You can see traffic information at

Paying for bus tickets

Cash is not accepted on buses in Örebro. On the bus you can only buy a ticket with the app or a debit or credit card. 

If you are planning to make more than one trip it may be more economical to buy a rabattkort – a top-up bus pass for pay-as-you-go travel. You can purchase the card at the bus ticket office at the Travel Centre, alternatively at Pressbyrån, also at the Travel Centre. The card is not personal and more than one person can travel at the same time using the card providing they get on the bus at the same bus stop.