The HousErasmus+ project aims to mapp out challenges and solutions in student accommodation for international students and trainees. In a series of four regional conferences we aim to gather all relevant stakeholders in the field: students, higher education insitutions, housing providers and policy makers. The conference will share our latest research and showcase practices in the region. It also aims to be a platform for discussion regarding potential practices that could be scaled-up or implemented as policies to improve the housing situation for international student and trainees. 

  • How to get to Malmö
  • Accommodation
  • Dress code
  • Reimbursement Rules
  • Agenda and Conference Venue
  • About Malmö


From Kastrup Copenhagen Airport

Arriving through Copenhagen, you will need head to the train station, which is located at the airport terminal 3. It is very important, that you buy your train ticket to Malmö before you enter the tracks - you may do so in the red Skånetrafiken ticket machines, found in the
terminal. After obtaining your ticket, you will enter through a security check (ID’s ready!) to track 2, where all trains to Malmö depart from. Please refer to the Travel Guide for more detailed information about the available trains.

Ticket cost: 11 EUR   Travel time: 20 minutes   Frequency: Every 20 minutes

From Sturup Malmö Airport

Arriving from Malmö Airport, take the main exit and on your immediate right you will see bus platforms for “Flygbussarna”, accompanied by a ticket machine. You may either purchase your ticket through this machine, kiosks inside the airport, or
straight from the driver. Keep in mind, that you may only pay with a card both at the ticket machine and in the bus! Make sure to hop the bus labeled “Malmö C”. You will be getting off at the final stop, which is across the canal from Malmö Central Station. 

Ticket cost: 11 EUR   Travel time: 40-50 minutes  Frequency: Every 30 min (1h during slow hours)


Participants who have registered by the 24th of October* will be accommodated in the following two residenses:

The Elite Palace Hotel (Institutions)
Elite Hotel Residens is located at the following address: Adelgatan 7, 211 22 Malmö.

The hotel will offer you:
- A private room
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free Wifi.

How to reach the hotel:
The hotel is on the opposite street from the Central Station. Walk the bridge over the canal over Hamngatan to the crossing Adelgatan, turn left and the hotel is in sight.
If you have any questions about the hotel do not hesitate to consult their website or contact the organisers at house-erasmus(at)esn.org. 

Malmö City Hotel and Hostel (Student representatives)
The Malmö City Hotel is located at the following address: Rönngatan 1, 211 47 Malmö.

The hotel and the organising team will offer you:
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free Wifi
- Shared room

How to reach the hotel: 
​The hotel is located 10 minutes with bus 2, 7 or 8, OR 20 min walking distance from the Central Station. Find the exact direction here and the bus timetable.
If you have any questions about the hotel do not hesitate to contact us at house-erasmus(at)esn.org. 

*If you registered after the 27th of October please contact house-erasmus(at)esn.org for accommodation booking.


Dress code for the event is business casual. Just come as you would for another day at work.

We are more interested in your mind and knowledge than your style! 


More information will be shared with confirmed and eligable participantsfor travel reimbursement. The reimbursemnt covers train, bus and flight trips to reach Malmö as well as necessary bus trips in Malmö. No Taxi trips will be reimbursed.

Reimbursement will take place after the conference upon reception of the original of the transport tickets.


Find the agenda here.

We will kindly be hosted by Malmö University. 

On the first day we will be hosted at the faculty of Health and Society at Jan Waderströms gata 23, 214 28 Malmö
On the second day we will be hosted at the Malmö University Orkanen Building at Nordenskiöldsgatan 10, 211 19 Malmö
Plan your travels accordingly to the location. 

Malmö, the third largest city of Sweden, and the economical and cultural centre of the area, is located by the southern coasts, connected via the Øresund Bridge to Copenhagen in Denmark. From being majorly a a city of ship manufacturing industry, Malmö has contemporarily evolved into a highly multicultural and design-conscious city, attracting especially young professionals.Indeed, almost half of Malmö’s population of around 300,00 is under the age of 35, and around 30% of the citizens are foreign-born, making Malmö the home of citizens from over 170 nationalities! Some of the demographical development of Malmö is the courtesy of the young University of Malmö, established in 1998 right to the neighbor of the old shipyards.