At the Alnarp campus, the main activities concern landscape architecture, horticulture, plant production, agriculture and silviculture in Southern Sweden. Two of SLU's faculties are represented, and also several connected organisations.
The park with thousands of trees, bushes and flowers, the landscape and horticultural laboratories, the rehabilitation garden and a range of beautiful buildings, together offer a good environment for students, staff and visitors. The park is open all year round and has many visitors.
The Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science is mainly situated here.
Today it is a modern campus for about 900 students aiming for examination as horticulturists, landscape architects, agricultural engineers etc. Also, several research groups in world class work here.
How to get to Alnarp campus
Closest train station is in Åkarp, 2 km from Alnarp.
Timetable and routes
From E6, E22 or the inner circle in Malmö.
From the air port
From Kastrup/Copenhagen Airport- the Öresund train to Malmö C. Bus number 133 to Alnarp Kungsgårdsvägen.
From Sturup/Malmö Airport - the airbus to Malmö C. Bus number 133 to Alnarp Kungsgårdsvägen.
Find your way at Alnarp campus
Sundsvägen 5, Alnarp
SLU, Box 52, SE-230 53 Alnarp
Units at Alnarp campus
- Biosystems and technology
- Landscape architecture planning and management
- Plant breeding
- Plant protection biology
- Work science, business economics and environmental psychology
Other SLU units
- Collaboration at the LTV-faculty works with innovation support, commissioned educations, research collaboration, funding and international issues.
- Partnership Alnarp is the hub for the faculty’s industrial and collaborative contacts in agriculture, horticulture and landscape planning.
- Movium is a national centre for the urban outdoor environment, which offers continuing education and advisory services, and acts as a meeting place for researchers and those working in the public environment.
- Faculty of landscape architecture, horticulture and crop production science
- Faculty of forest sciences
- Swedish biodiversity centre
- SLU University library
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