Luleå University of Technology must be free from discrimination and harassment of all kinds. Students, staff and visitors alike should feel welcome and safe in the university's environment.
using soap and water. Use hand sanitiser where there is no soap and water.
Jump on the train in Luleå, get off at Katterjokk and snap on you skis or board. The magnificent ride meets you literally directly at the platform. From Luleå you travel comfortably and easily with the morning train and arrive at lunchtime. As a student at Luleå University of Technology you are always offered a discount on accommodation at the tourist station.
A meeting takes about 15-30 minutes. Book at firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Center's own job portal for students
Cross-country skier Charlotte Kalla, astronaut Jessica Meir and professor Dean Shepherd are new honorary doctors.
No, in the library you are not allowed to eat food, salad or sandwiches, but it is okay to have a coffee on the entrance floor. Fruit and water are okay everywhere.
Meleknur Alevcan has helped hundreds of elderly people with free therapy during the corona pandemic. Helena Hed has had a long and successful career at Sweco, and will soon be the new President and CEO of listed PE Teknik & Arkitektur.
New information about Citrix.
Here you will find information about SI, which is about learning together. See here if your course has SI or work extra as a SI leader!
Here you will find information on how to apply for a season ticket to park in a parking lot with engine-heaters in Luleå during the period of 15 October to 15 April.
In Luleå you can usually see the northern lights from the end of August to the beginning of April. The northern lights are light faint and not visible during the day or summer time when there are bright nights.
Chief County Medical Officer for infectious diseases control Anders Nystedt.
Here is some good advice for you who study at home.
In the library online drop-in, you will receive guidance Monday–Friday 10–16.30. We give drop-in tutorials in how to choose search terms, searching in databases, citing and evaluating sources. Welcome in!
What to do and how to report incidents, emergencies or crises
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