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How to find the Department of Chemistry

Address for visitors: Sem Sælandsvei 26, 0371 Oslo. (Kjemibygningen / "Chemistry Building").

Plan of the first floor of the Chemistry building.

First floor overview:

Yellow: Administration

Green: Teaching

Purple: Student area and cantine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delivery of goods:
Chemical Central Storage (Building 23) Sem Sælands vei 26 (driveway from Apalveien) N - 0371 Oslo

By metro (T-bane)

From the city centre in Oslo you can take the metro line 4 and 5 towards Ringen or Songsvann, to Blindern station. Exiting the Blindern station, you go in the direction of the campus and take the first road to the right (onto Apalveien).
The main entrance to the Department is on Apalveien.

By air

Arriving by air at Gardermoen, you take the Airport Express Train to Oslo S or the Nasjonaltheateret station. From both of these stations you can easily access the metro, and follow the directions above.

By car

Directions to the university and parking information are described on The university pages here.
 

Parking

From June 1st you must use a parking app at UiO. Parking stickers and physical parking permits are no longer valid from this date.

If you want to park at UiO's parking spaces, you have to register

at the Apcoa Flow parking app that you download from App Store/Google Play, on Apcoa's website; www.mobilparkering.com

 

UiO has entered into an agreement with Apcoa Parking Norway regarding electronic parking permits. All employees and students at the University of Oslo can still park free of charge at UiO, but must be registered with UiO's benefit parking.

 

Read more about the new scheme and how to enable the parking permit:

Parking for students

Parking for employees

 

Login Problems? Report www.apcoasupport.no/kontakt-oss/

Please report to parking@eiendom.uio.no if you experience challenges or have questions related to the new solution.

 

Everything about parking at UiO 

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Published Mar. 10, 2011 2:33 PM - Last modified Mar. 18, 2020 3:58 PM