KI Campus Solna

On the campus area in Solna you will find Aula medica, Biomedicum and several other buildings and areas where education and research are conducted.

In recent years, a number of new buildings have been completed along Solnavägen: the Alfa, Beta and Gamma houses, which together make up Karolinska Institutet Science Park, Widerströmska huset and Aula Medica. Next to Aula Medica is Biomedicum, a building for experimental research. Biomedicum is linked to Karolinska University Hospital's research building via a connecting corridor to the other side of Solnavägen.

KI campus at Solna is now smoke-free, meaning that smoking will be prohibited both indoors and outside. There are no ashtrays on the campus. 

Karolinska University Hospital has been smoke-free for some time. However, smoking is still allowed in some public areas, such as Tomtebodavägen and Solnavägen.

View of KI buildings
Karolinska Institutet Campus Solna
Students studying in Biomedicum.
Digital ambassadors studying in Biomedicum.
widerströmska building
Students Campus Solna
Aula Medica, Bioclinicum and Karolinska University Hospital
Aula Medica, Bioclinicum and Karolinska University Hospital
Exterior Solna, Nobel forum
Picture of the exterior of the Wargentin building at Nobels väg 12A
The Wargentin building at Nobels väg 12A
Sign on the facade of the Karolinska univertsity hospital.
New karolinska University Hospital in Solna.

Bus, metro or commuter train to Campus Solna and Campus Flemingsberg

From Arlanda International Airport