Örebro University's main campus is located in Örebro and this is where you find most of the students and staff. There are also regional campuses in Grythyttan and Karlskoga. On this web page we will guide you to the main campus in Örebro.
Find your way around our campus with the online indoor map - MazeMap. See links below. You can also download MazeMap app to your mobil free of charge.
To find your way around our campus, we recommend download the free online indoor map MazeMap app to your mobile. See links below.
Getting to the University from Örebro town centre
There are two railway stations in Örebro, and if you arrive by train, you should get off at the main railway station (Örebro Central) with its adjacent travel centre, Resecentrum. From here you can catch a bus or a taxi to the university. Coaches from Stockholm and Göteborg arrive here too.
Ask to go to the university and to the main entrance of the building Långhuset. There is an information desk in Långhuset where you can ask for further directions. A taxi should cost around 100–150 SEK.
By coach or bus
Coaches from different cities in Europe travel to Sweden, unfortunately not direct to Örebro. You will need to change coaches or train (see below) to get here.
Buses to all our campuses depart from the travel centre (Örebro Resecentrum). Here there is an information desk as well as traffic displays. For complete traffic information and to plan your bus trip, visit www.lanstrafiken.se/en.
Bus to Campus Örebro
Buses 2 and 3 have Brickebacken on the bus display and stop at Universitetsplatsen.
Buses 9 has Universitetet on the bus display and stops at Universitetsplatsen.
Travel takes around 20 minutes.
Bus to Campus USÖ
Bus 9 to Örebro University Hospital (USÖ) has either Universitetet or USÖ on the bus display and stops at Huvudentré, USÖ. Travel takes less than 10 minutes.
Bus to Campus Grythyttan
Buses (Länstrafiken) to our regional campuses depart from the travel centre (Örebro Resecentrum). For complete traffic information and to plan your bus trip, visit www.lanstrafiken.se/en.
Paying for bus tickets
Cash is not accepted on buses in Örebro, so you can only buy a bus ticket with 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 pass at the bus ticket office at the travel centre (Örebro Resecentrum), alternatively at Pressbyrån in the travel centre. The bus pass is not personal, and more than one person may travel at the same time using the card providing they get on the bus at the same bus stop. There is no time limit on the card.
Örebro is a bike-friendly town, and many bike paths lead to the university.
Visit Örebro Municipality’s website for bike maps and information about biking in Örebro. (Note: Translate is located at the bottom on the municipality’s website.)
Walking to the university from the travel centre (Örebro Resecentrum) takes about 40–50 minutes. Use Google maps to find the best walkway.
After arriving in Sweden, Örebro is easily accessible by car. Take the E18/E20 motorways from major cities like Stockholm (200 km), Gothenburg (300 km), Oslo, Norway (300 km) and Copenhagen, Denmark (500 km).
Important: read about parking at the university.
Travel to Örebro
Trains in Sweden
Several companies are operating the railway network in Sweden. The main train operator is SJ. Most trains can be booked via SJ's webpage.
Railway stations in Örebro
There are two railway stations here. The main railway station is Örebro Central with its adjacent travel centre, Resecentrum. Örebro Södra is close to Conventum, a conference centre, congress hall and arena.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport
If you arrive at Arlanda, you can go by coach or train to Örebro. The travel time is approximately 2 hours by train and 3 hours by coach.
Please note that there are other possible airports in Sweden. We do, however, recommend Stockholm Arlanda Airport as they offer the most convenient alternatives when travelling to Örebro from the airport.