It has now been decided which operations at Stockholm University will move to Albano.
An illustration of the new University campus at Albano.

The decision is completely in line with the ongoing planning and means that all the operations that have been involved in the dialogue with project management since March will be situated on the new University campus.

“We will bring together education and research, which are currently scattered across multiple locations, in new facilities designed to meet the University’s needs, and we hope that the new environment will also facilitate collaboration across disciplines,” says Vice-Chancellor Astrid Söderbergh Widding.

Operations moving to Albano

Building 4 (planned move autumn semester 2020)

Centre for Health Equity Studies* 

Centre for Social Research on Alcohol and Drugs* 

Department of Psychology 

Department of Special Education 

Stress Research Institute*

Building 2 (planned move autumn semester 2021)

Stockholm Business School

Department of Social Work

Building 1 (planned move spring semester 2022)

Department of Mathematics

Department of Statistics 

Stockholm Resilience Centre

Building 3 is planned to house operations from KTH, Nordita, Vetenskapens Hus and parts of the Department of Physics – exactly which ones will be decided later.

Svenska Bostäder is building about a thousand homes for students and guest researchers, both 1-3 bedroom flats and various types of dormitory accommodation. These homes will be allocated through the regular student housing queue.

Planning will continue in the autumn with meetings between the project managers at the Property Management Office and the University’s operations. The affected operations, the Property Management Office and the architects will then continue to work on detail design of office spaces, teaching facilities, informal areas and special areas, such as laboratories.

*On 1 January 2018, the Department of Public Health Science will be created, which will initially include the Centre for Health Equity Studies and the Centre for Social Research on Alcohol and Drugs. The Stress Research Institute will become a part of this department when it moves to Albano, no later than 1 January 2021.