LiU Summer Academy social activities

LiU Student Hosts always take good care of our LiU Summer Academy students and organise different kinds of social activities to ensure you make the most of your stay in Sweden. Here is a list of some of the social activities planned for 2023.

Shorts tips, excursions and activities

Please note all short trips and excursions are at the student's own expense but some activities are covered by Linköping University.

Stockholm Trip

Royal palace in Stockholm
A short trip to Sweden's capital city Stockholm is on an international students' bucket list. Join your LiU Student Hosts and Summer Academy peers for an overnight stay at a cosy hostel in Stockholm. Enjoy lunch on a boat trip in the beautiful Stockholm archipelago and explore the rest of this fascinating city.

Date: 15-16 July
Price: Approximately 1650 SEK




Take a day tour to the picturesque medieval town of Vadstena, less than an hour from Linköping. Perched on lake Vättern, the beautiful and historic surroundings are a must-see for international students. The tour will also visit Naturum Tåkern, an astonishing bird wildlife preserve.

Date: 8 July
Price: Approximately 450 SEK

Exercise pass

Woman doing weight-training Photo credit gpointstudio 
Swedes enjoy regular exercise, whether it's soccer, floorball or cross-country skiing. According to the Eurobarometer Swedes exercise most of all Europeans, with 7 out of 10 of the population on a regular exercise program.

Campushallen offers everything from indoor cycling, yoga and classes like Bodypump to volleyball and badminton. Please find more information on Campushallen's website.

Other social activities

Photo credit Magnus Johansson

During the first week, we will offer social activities every night and throughout July we will continue to organise fun events for LiU Summer Academy students.

During the summer stay we plan to organise for example:

  • Welcome dinner (1 July)
  • Potluck dinner
  • Nordic pentathlon
  • Swedish fika
  • Barbecue
  • Games
  • Hiking



​Further inspiration about recreation in east Sweden.