Education at the Swedish Livestock Research Centre, SLU, Lövsta lantbruksforskning

Last changed: 28 November 2022
Tutoring of pregnancy testing of sows at the Swedish livestock research center, SLU. Photo.
Associate professor Margareta Wallgren tutoring veterinary students (fourth year) in pregnancy testing of sows at the Swedish Livestock Research Centre in Uppsala-Lövsta. Foto Jenny Svennås-Gillner, SLU.

The Swedish Livestock Research Centre offers housing for research and teaching. The facility includes dairy cattle, pigs and poultry.

All the undergraduate and graduate students at the faculty will pass through the facility at some point during their education. Every year over 200 students begin their studies of veterinary medicine and animal science at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science. The faculty also offers international Masters programmes.

 

Inquiry to use the facilities for educational purposes

Make an inquiry to use the facilities for educational purposes by filling out the enquiry form (opens as pdf 242 kB). The education coordinators will reply with a quote concerning when and how your course or study visit can be arranged at the Swedish Livestock Research Centre.

Visitor rules

The documents open as pdf

Dairy Cattle unit

Pig unit

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Contact Research and Education coordinators

Lotta Jönsson, Research and Education Coordinator the Swedish Livestock Research Centre, SLU lotta.jonsson@slu.se, +4618673217

Julia Österberg, Research and Education Coordinator, the Swedish Livestock Research Centre, SLU julia.osterberg@slu.se, +4618671457

Ann-Charlotte Karlsson, Research and Education Coordinator the Swedish Livestock Research Centre, SLU ann.charlotte.karlsson@slu.se, +4618672948

Johanna Grundin, Research and Education Coordinator the Swedish Livestock Research Centre, SLU johanna.grundin@slu.se, +4618671698