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Malmö University
Nordenskiöldsgatan 1, 211 19 Malmö, Sweden

Travel to Malmö University

Malmö's central train station is well connected within Sweden and internationally via links to Copenhagen. Travelers can fly to Malmö via Malmö Airport, Sturup, or for international travelers, it is best served by Copenhagen Airport — just a 20-minute train journey away from Malmö Central train station. When arriving at Malmö Central Station, follow the signs towards the Anna Lindhs Plats exit. From there, it is a short walk to the university.

Accommodation

We have reserved a limited number of rooms in three hotels nearby the conference venue (see below). You may call or email the hotel, and provide them the booking code for IMISCOE Conference, your name, phone number, credit card number with expiration date. The contact information and booking codes can be found below,

Clarion Hotel & Congress Malmö Live
Dag Hammarskjölds Torg 2, 211 18 Malmö
Booking code: 2107GR023142 
Call reception +46 40 20 75 00  press #3
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Comfort Hotel Malmö
Amiralsgatan 19, 211 55 Malmö
Booking code: 2029GR014242
Call reception +46 40 33 04 40
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Quality Hotel The Mill
Carlsgatan 10 C, 211 20 Malmö
Booking code: 2033GR000030
Call reception +46 40 664 60 00  press #4 “Groups and special bookings”
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Luggage

For security reasons, the conference venue is not allowed to store any luggage, we therefore recommend you to leave your luggage by your accommodations beforehand, or at the nearby Malmö central station.

Public transport in Malmö and Skåne Region

https://www.skanetrafiken.se/

 

 

Welcome to Malmö City

Malmö is one of Sweden’s fastest growing metropolitan centers. Driving this growth is immigration, both from abroad and from other parts of Sweden, and the fact that many families choose to remain in the city after having children. Malmö today is a natural hub for people and cultures from worldwide. The city’s inhabitants come from around 170 countries and speak some 150 different languages. This diversity is one of Malmö’s key assets and creates the basis for a rich cultural life. It also equips Malmö to perform well in an ever-more globalized world.

Things to do in Malmö

Malmö city is a vibrant marketplace full of exciting shops, tasty restaurants and cozy cafes! Tourist information can be found at 

https://www.malmocity.se/en/arets-butik-cafe-och-restaurang/

About the organizers

Malmö University (MAU)

Malmö University was founded in 1998. Over the years the university has developed a profile that is characterized by global engagement, community involvement and a multidisciplinary and challenge-based approach in education, research and collaboration. Widening participation and expanding inclusion in higher education are important aspects of the university’s involvement in the community that enrich the diversity of the academic culture and learning. The expansion of knowledge in teaching and research is often the result of processes undertaken in collaboration with stakeholders in various sectors of society, such as the public sector, the community sector and trade and industry. Different forms and methods of participation, co-creation, co-production and shared learning are used in both research and education when dealing with questions posed by important and complex social issues.

Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM)

Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM) was established in January 2007 as a research institute at Malmö University. It is directed by Professor Pieter Bevelander and consists of a nucleus of senior and junior researchers, the guest professors and a wide network of affiliated researchers.

MIM strives to be a vibrant research centre and to keep a high international profile. Our researchers focus on processes of mobility, inclusion and exclusion, and its varying expressions in politics, policies, places, institutions, migrants’ daily lives, among others. We have attracted both national and international research funding. Our research outputs are published in books, peer-reviewed journals, as well as in our own working paper series accessible via our homepage. News about our research and activities are disseminated four times per year through our newsletter. To know more about us, you may subscribe our newsletter by contacting Nahikari Irastorza at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..