Campus Gotland in brief
On Campus Gotland, education and research are carried out in the three disciplinary domains in eight of the university’s nine faculties and in about 20 departments.
Campus Gotland has approximately 2,400 full-time students, about 1,500 of whom are on-campus students; and around 230 employees, 170 of whom are researchers and teachers, as well as an administrative division with around 60 employees. Campus Gotland’s operations were evaluated in conjunction with the recurring review of research and were deemed to have high development potential to be innovative and groundbreaking in both research and education. Of about 1,500 full-year students studying on campus (i.e. not distance students), around 20% are estimated to be international students (2020/2021 academic year).
Campus Gotland is an integrated part of Uppsala University, where departments and faculties pursue education and research. At the same time, via its location in the middle of the Baltic Sea, the Visby World Heritage Site and the small-scale, multi and cross-disciplinary environment, Campus Gotland is a unique part of Uppsala University.
Campus Gotland is one of six development goals in the area 'renewing education and research' in Goals and strategies for Uppsala University. Above all, it deals with the fact that education and research environment at Campus Gotland offers particularly good opportunities for testing new paths and exploiting the potential of multi- and interdisciplinarity, regional collaboration and sustainable development.
A part of Uppsala University
Campus Gotland is a part of Uppsala University - oldest university in the Nordic countries and one of the world’s highest ranked universities. More about Uppsala University.
At Campus Gotland you can study subjects within the humanities, law, technology and sciences, social sciences, languages, game design and educational sciences. At present, 20 Bachelor-level programmes (first cycle), 13 Master’s-level programmes (second cycle), and about 300 standalone courses per academic year.
Uppsala University has a legal responsibility to support sustainable development. Campus Gotland aims at contributing to this mission by developing research, education and collaboration in the field.