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Birger Jarl

Address: Birger Jarlsgatan 3-(#), SE-414 69 Gothenburg
Nearest tram stop: Godhemsgatan (tram 3, 11), 15-20 minutes to the city centre

Landlord: The University of Gothenburg via SGS studentbostäder(SGS/UGOT)
Service Provider: SGS studentbostäder 
For more information about the residence and common facilities: SGS area information Birger Jarl


Room: Single room with kitchenette and bathroom. 25-30 m²
Building: 124 apartments, of which 20 are reserved for exchange students.


Birger Jarlsgatan is located in Kungsladugård, in the western part of central Gothenburg. Previously a school, the building was later converted into student residence. Right outside the house there is a park with a pond, ideal for picnic and outdoor activities. It is within walking distance of the park Slottskogen and Mariaplan where you will find numerous stores and cafés.

Single room with two beds

All apartments in Birger Jarl are furnished with two single beds. This means that you can decide whether you want to live alone in the apartment or look for a roommate. Either way, only one tenant will sign a housing contract and be liable for rent payment. 

SGS area office Johanneberg: Birger Jarlsgatan

Address: Richertsgatan 2 A, SE-412 81 Gothenburg
Phone: 46 (0)31 333 64 40
Fax: 46 (0)31 333 64 41

For office hours: SGS area office Johanneberg

Please note that the pictures below are for example only.

Room Birger Jarl







Kichen/hallway Birger Jarl








Toilet Birger Jarl

Bild från Kungsladugård

Information: Birger Jarl

Birger Jarl neighbourhood map (pdf)

Contact Information

Welcome Services

University of Gothenburg
Box 100, SE 405 30 Gothenburg


Visiting Address:
Medicinaregatan 20A

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Utskriftsdatum: 2020-02-18