Lappis (Lappkärrsberget)

Lappis accommodation area is located within walking distance from Stockholm University Campus Frescati. Here we rent a total of 266 corridor rooms that are available to exchange students at Stockholm University.

Location and room information

Lappis housing area was built in the late sixties and consists of buildings between four and six floors high. There is a mix of corridor rooms and apartments, however Housing Office only provides corridor rooms, with 8 to 12 rooms in each corridor. All the buildings are owned by SSSB and are spread out on three streets: Amanuensvägen, Forskarbacken and Professorsslingan. All rooms are 17-23 square meters, have a private bathroom with shower and WC, and access to a common kitchen shared with the other students living in the same corridor. All corridors are mixed gender and mixed nationality.

Lappkärrsberget (Lappis). Photo: Clément Morin

Important information for spring semester 2019 and autumn semester 2019

Please note that kitchen renovations are currently taking place in some of the buildings at Lappis. At the moment we do not know if any of our rooms will be directly affected by these renovations, so if you choose Lappis on your accommodation application please note that you will not be able to switch accommodation if it turns out that the kitchen in your corridor will be affected. Tenants that are directly affected by kitchen renovations will be given a 40% discount during the period they are affected.

Also note that during 2019 SSSB has started building 500 new apartments at Lappis so there will be construction work taking place every weekday. All tenants staying in Lappis must be willing to put up with any noise connected to this construction work and no compensation will be offered for this. Please note that there will not be any parking available at Lappis while the new apartments are being built.

Application Information

The corridor rooms at Lappis are only for single occupancy and are only available for exchange students. All other international students are not eligible for this accommodation.

You cannot choose a specific room, a specific size or a specific floor on the accommodation application. However, you may specify if you would prefer a small room, a big room, a cheap room, a room on the ground floor, a room not located on the ground floor and so on under "additional information" on the application form.

Also note that you must choose three different types of accommodation when you fill out the housing application. If you receive an offer, we will try to give you your first option, but please note that this might not be possible, and we cannot guarantee that the offer will be for one of these three options.

Rent and rent payments

All accommodation is rented out on a semester basis and charged accordingly.

The rent for one semester is between SEK 19170 and SEK 24672 and that includes heating, cold water, hot water, electricity and internet (not Wi-Fi). Excessive use of electricity will be charged extra.

The rent will be paid in two installments. For more payment information log into your accommodation account.


All corridor rooms are furnished with a bed (size: 200 cm long and 90 cm wide), a mattress, a desk and a chair. Some rooms may have curtains, blinds or extra lamps and chairs which were left by previous tenants for your use.  However, these are not provided by the Housing Office and cannot be guaranteed. You must bring your own quilt, pillow, sheets and towels.

The kitchen is equipped with refrigerators, freezers, private cupboards and a stove (with oven and hot plates). Cooking utensils and dinnerware are not provided by the Housing Office, so you may have to purchase these items if kitchen articles are not left by previous tenants.


Internet is included in the rent, however we do not supply Wi-Fi. You must bring your own network cable to be able to use the internet, and also a router to be able to use Wi-Fi.  Please note that network cables or routers from other countries may not work in Sweden, so we suggest you buy it in Stockholm.


When you arrive you will receive one apartment key and one electronic badge for entrance and common spaces. You may be required to buy your own padlock for your postbox and your kitchen cabinet.

More information

For more information about the accommodation, area, amenities as well as general rules and regulations please read Information for tenants at Lappis (1788 Kb) . Here you will also find a map of Lappis (181 Kb) and information on how to get to Lappis with local transport (778 Kb) .