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Academic system

The academic year is divided into two semesters of approximately 20 weeks each. For exchange students, the autumn semester starts in August and runs to around the middle of January. Spring semester starts in the middle of January and runs to the beginning of June.

A full workload equals 30 ECTS credits per semester. Most courses are offered at least once a year, and some every semester. Not all courses have the same duration. Some courses last the entire semester, while others are between 3 to 10 weeks long.

Courses and programmes taught in English

There are several courses taught in English and other foreign languages, and there are eleven international Master’s programmes, if you have already reached that level in your studies. Some programmes have selected courses that may be studied as freestanding courses.

 

Below you can find courses offered in English and other languages during the academic year 2022/2023. Please note:

  • Courses preceded by ∆ do not require any special prerequisites other than one year of academic studies which all exchange students have by definition. The medium of instruction is English unless stated otherwise.
  • Courses with * next to them are online courses, and thus teaching will not be on campus. We encourage incoming exchange students to primarily take courses that are in person.
  • Courses with (Advanced level) are Master level courses.  

Spring semester 2023

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH16 Survey of Swedish Literature, 7.5 credits.

∆ SASH26 Diversity of the World's Lanugages, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH97 Governance and Conflict in the Middle East, 7.5 credits. 

Arabic Studies

ARAN03 Arabic Non-Fiction II, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

Central and Eastern European Studies 

ÖCKB06 Nationalism and Communism in Central Europe (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary), 7.5 credits.

ÖCKB07 Central Europe since the Fall of the Berlin Wall, 7.5 credits.

Comparative Literature

  • Courses are taught in Swedish

LIVA07 World Literature, There and Here, 6 credits.

LIVA08 In the Boundaries of Fact and Fiction, 6 credits.

LIVA09 The Venues of Poetry, 6 credits.

LIVA19 Literary Perspectives on Illness, Suffering and Death, 7.5 credits.

LIVA24 Literature and Bildung, 7.5 credits.

Danish Studies

  • Courses are taught in Danish.

NODB04 Written Danish, 7.5 credits.

NODB07 Modern Danish literature, 7.5 credits.

NODB09 History, society and culture in Denmark, 7.5 credits.

NODB11 An introduction to Danish, 7.5 credits.

NODB16 Spoken Danish, 7.5 credits.

English Studies

ENGC03 English: Written Proficiency and Academic Writing, 7.5 credits.

ENGE12 English Literature, 7.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1806).

ENGE13 English History and Culture. 2.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1804).

ENGE14 English: Phonetics and Pronunciation, 4.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1803).

ENGE15 English: Academic Writing, 5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1805).

ENGE16 English: Vocabulary, 3 credits
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1802)

ENGE17 English: Grammar, 7.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1801).

ENGE24 English Literary History, 7.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGA22 (1802).

ENGE25 English: Literary Analysis, 7.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGA22 (1804).

ENGE26 English: Linguistic Analysis, 7.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGA22 (1803).

ENGE28 English: Elective Course, 7.5 credits.

NB! The elective courses for 2022/2023 have not been announced yet, but previous courses offered in the past includes 20th Century Feminism, Identity and Desire in Early Modern Writing and The Problem of Evil in English Literature: From Drama to Detective Fiction.

ENGE35 English Literature: Theory and Method, 7.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGK01 (0701).

ENGE36 English Linguistics: Theory and Method, 7.5 credits.
Equivalent to ENGK01 (0702).

ENGE43 English: Elective Course, 7.5 credits.

ENGE44 English: Elective Course, 7.5 credits.

ENGM12 English: Descriptive Grammar, 7.5 credits (Advanced level)

ENGM22 The History of English, 7.5 credits (Advanced level)

French Studies 

  • Courses are taught in French.

FRAA11 French: Level 1, 30 credits. 

FRAA12 French: Level 2, 30 credits. 

FRAB12 The French Africa, 7.5 credits.

FRAD01 From Text to Film - Francophone Adaptations of Francophone Narratives, 7.5 credits.

FRAK11 French: Bachelor of Arts Course, 30 credits.

FRAM14 Acquisition of French, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

FRAM18 French: Introduction to Medieval French, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

German Studies

TYSB11 German: Beginner´s Course, 30 credits. Language of instruction: Swedish.

TYSD01 German: Written proficiency, 7.5 credits. Language of instruction: Swedish.

TYSD02 Early German Literature, 7.5 credits. Language of instruction: Swedish.

TYSD03 German: Translation, 4.5 credits. Language of instruction: Swedish.

TYSD04 German: Textual Study, including Literary and Cultural History, 7.5 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

TYSD06 German: Oral Proficiency, Including Textual Studies and Life and Institutions, 7.5 credits.
Language of instruction: German.

Greek Studies

NYGM11 History of the Greek Language with Focus on Late Byzantine to Modern Times, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

NYGM12 Greek Literary History from Byzantine Time to the Present, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

NYGM13 Specialization in Modern Greek Literature, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

NYGM16 Corpus Linguistics in Modern Greek, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

NYGR15  Language variation in Modern Greek, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Hebrew Studies

HEBA20 Modern Hebrew: Elementary Course II, 7.5 credits.

Italian Studies

  • Courses are taught in Italian.

ITAM12 Linguistic Variation in the Italian Language, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)
Language of instruction: Swedish.

ITAM14 Italian Literature, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)
Language of instruction: Swedish.

Latin Studies

LATM11 Linguistics and Phonetics, 15 credits. (Advances level)

Linguistics, Phonetics, and Semiotics

FONM10 Phonetics: Phonology, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

FONM25 Phonetics: Speech Perception, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

SVEM36 Language and Linguistics: Theories of Language Change, 7.5 credits.

LINA04 Linguistics: Level 2, 30 credits.

LINB23 Linguistics: Diversity of the World's Languages, 7.5 credits.

LINB26 Linguistics: Language Acquisition and Processing, 7.5 credits.

LINC04 Linguistics: Semantics and Pragmatics, 7.5 credits.

LINC11 Linguistics: Speech Acoustics, Perception and Prosody, 7.5 credits.

LINC12 Linguistics: Grammar - The Mechanics of Language, 7.5 credits.

LINC13 Linguistics: Perspectives on Segmental and Prosodic Phonology, 7.5 credits.

LINN15 Linguistics: Language in the Visual Modality - Gestures and Sign, 7.5 credits.
(Advanced level)

SVEG31 Language Consultancy: Language Policy and Language Planning, 7.5 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

Literature-Culture-Media

LIVR03 World Literature - Intercultural Understanding, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR35 French Literature in the World, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR37 Russian Modernism 1890-1928 - from the Silver Age to the Avantgarde, 15 credits.
(Advanced level)

LIVR43 The Early Modern and Mid-Victorian Novel, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR57 Don Quixote, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR66 The History of Swedish Young Adult Fiction, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR82 Post World War II German Literature, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Spanish Studies

  • Courses are taught in Spanish.

SPAA03 Spanish: Level 3, 30 credits.

SPAA10 Spanish: Level 1, 30 credits. 

SPAA20 Spanish: Level 2, 30 credits. 

SPAA23 Spanish: Academic Writing, 6 credits.

SPAB05 Spansih: Thematic Course I, 7.5 credits. 

SPAB06 Spanish: Thematic Course II, 7.5 credits.

SPAB09 Contemporary Latin American Film, 7.5 credits.

SPAC03 Latin American Women Authors, 7.5 credits.

SPAK01 Spanish: Bachelor of Arts Degree Essay, 30 credits.

SPAM12 Language Variation in Spanish, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

SPDA01 Practical Spanish Didactics, 7.5 credits.

Swedish Language Studies

  • Courses are taught in Swedish.

SVAA01 Swedish as a Second Language: First level, Part I, 15 credits.

SVAA02 Swedish as a Second Language: First level, part II, 15 credits.

SVAA22 Swedish as a Second Language: Level 2, 15 credits.

SVEB18 Swedish: Runology, 7.5 credits.

SVEB20 Swedish: The Art of Speaking, Writing and Persuasion, 7.5 credits.

SVEB25 Swedish: Academic Writing, 7.5 credits.

SVEB28 History of the Swedish Language, 7.5 credits.

∆ SVEE11 Swedish for Exchange Students: Level 1, 7.5 credits.

SVEE12 Swedish for Exchange Students: Level 2, 7.5 credits. 

SVEE13 Swedish for Exchange Students: Level 3, 7.5 credits. 

SVEE14 Swedish for Exchange Students: Level 4, 7.5 credits. 

SVEF22 Swedish for Students with a Foreign  Background: Practical Swedish Grammar, 7.5 credits.

SVEF24 Swedish for Students with a Foreign Background: Phonetics and Pronunciation, 7.5 credits.

SVEF25 Swedish for Students with a Foreign Background: Vocabulary and Oral Proficiency, 7.5 credits.

SVEF27 Written Proficiency for International Professionals and Students, 7.5 credits.

SVEG12 Swedish Grammar, 7.5 credits.

Yiddish Studies

YIDC02 The Golden Age of Yiddish Cinema: An Introduction to Jewish Culture, 15 credits.

YIDD12 Yiddish: Language and Literature, Level 1 B, 15 credits.

YIDD20 Yiddish: Beginner's Course II, 15 credits.
 

Autumn semester 2022

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH03 Swedish Film 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH23 Introduction to the Middle East, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH26 Diversity of the World's Languages, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH62 Communism in East and Central Europe: Present, Past, and Future Perspectives, 7.5 credits.

∆ SASH91 European Integration at a Crossroads: History, Identities and Values, 7.5 credits.

Arabic

ARAN02 Arabic Poetry and Fiction I, 7.5 credits. Autumn. (Advanced level)

Central and Eastern European Studies 

ÖCKR10 Central and Eastern European Studies: Understanding Belarus and Ukraine, 15 credits. (Advanced level) *

European Studies

EUHR07 Russia and Eastern Europe - the Present and the Past, 15 credits. (Advanced level) *

English Language Studies 

ENGC03 Written Proficiency and Academic Writing, 7.5 credits. 

ENGD01 English in Society, 15 credits.

ENGD02 English Literature, Film and Moving Images, 7.5 credits. 

ENGD03 English: Elective Course, 7.5 credits. 

  • NB! The elective courses for 2022/2023 have not been announced yet, but previous courses offered in the past includes 20th Century Feminism, Identity and Desire in Early Modern Writing and The Problem of Evil in English Literature: From Drama to Detective Fiction.

ENGE43 English: Elective Course, 7.5 credits. 

ENGE44 English: Elective Course, 7.5 credits. 

ENGE28 Elective Course, 7.5 credits. 

ENGE36 English Linguistics: Theory and Method, 7.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGK01 (0702)

ENGE35 English Literature: Theory and Method, 7.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGK01 (0701)

ENGE24 English Literary History, 7.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA22 (1802)

ENGE27 English Grammar, 7.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA22 (1801)

ENGE17 Grammar, 7.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1801)

ENGE26 English: Linguistic Analysis, 7.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA22 (1803)

ENGE25 Literary Analysis, 7.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA22 (1804)

ENGE16 English: Vocabulary, 3 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1802)

ENGE15 Academic Writing, 5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1805)

ENGE14 Phonetics and Pronunciation, 4.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1803)

ENGE13 English History and Culture, 2.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1804)

ENGE12 English Literature, 7.5 credits. 
Equivalent to ENGA04 (1806)

ENGM13 Linguistic Variation in English, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

Film Studies 

FIVA05 Scandinavian and European Film Culture, 30 credits.*

FIVA06 Scandinavian and European Film: Culture and History in Film and Television, 7.5 credits.*

FIVA07 Scandinavian and European Film: Festivals, Criticism, Society, 7.5 credits.*

FIVA08 Scandinavian and European Film: Migration and Ethnicity, 7.5 credits.* 

FIVA09 Scandinavian and European Film: Celebrities, Auteurs and Film Movements, 7.5 credits.*

TVXA11 Aesthetics of Crisis: Health and Well-being, 3 credits.*

French Studies 

  • Courses are taught in French.

FRAA11 French: Level 1, 30 credits. 

FRAA12 French: Level 2, 30 credits. 

FRAK11 French: B. A. Course, 30 credits. 

FRAM19 Contemporary Linguistic Theory Applied on French, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

German Studies

  • Courses are taught in German.

TYSD01 German: Written proficiency, 7.5 credits. 

TYSD02 Early German Literature, 7.5 credits. 

TYSD04 German: Textual Study, including Literary and Cultural History, 7.5 credits. 

TYSD06 German: Oral Proficiency, Including Textual Studies and Life and Institutions, 7.5 credits. 

Hebrew Studies 

HEBA10 Modern Hebrew: Elementary Course I, 15 credits. 

Italian Studies 

  • Courses are taught in Italian.

ITAA01 Italian: Level 1, 30 credits. 

ITAB14 Cantautori - Italian Singer-Songwriters, 7.5 credits.*

Latin Studies 

LATM10 Latin: Ancient Prose and Poetry, 15 credits.*

Linguistics

LIND03 Phonetics: Theories of Production and Perception, 7.5 credits. 

LIND06 Linguistics: Introduction to Research Methods in Linguistics, 7.5 credits. 

LIND07 Linguistics: Introduction to Psycholinguistics, 7.5 credits. 

LINB26 Linguistics: Language Acquisition and Processing, 7.5 credits. 

LINN21 Linguistics: A Typological Case Study, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

LINN25 Linguistics: The Origins of Language, 7.5 credits. Autumn. (Advanced level)

SEMN02 Cognitive semiotics: Meaning, Mind and Communication, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

ALSM21 General Linguistics: Language and the Brain, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

FONM11 Experimental Phonetics, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

Literature-Culture-Media 

LIVR50 Literature - Culture - Media: An Introduction, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR74 Yiddish Modernism, 1907-1954, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR65 The Picture Book Today, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR33 Contemporary Writing in English, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR81 German Literature After the Wall, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR22 Advanced Russian Literary Studies, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR51 Literary Theory and Method, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

LIVR34 The Study of Literature in the French Language - an Introduction, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

  • Taught in French.

LIVR55 Social Critique and Aesthetics in the Contemporary Spanish Novel, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

  • Taught in Spanish.

Modern Greek Studies 

NYGM11 History of the Greek Language with Focus on Late Byzantine to Modern Times, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

NYGM12 Greek Literary History from Byzantine Time to the Present, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

NYGM13 Specialization in Modern Greek Literature, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

NYGR15 Modern Greek: Language variation in Modern Greek, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Russian Studies

∆ RYSB01 Elementary Course I, 15 credits. 

RYSA28 Oral and Written Proficiency, 7.5 credits. 

Spanish Studies

  • Courses are taught in Spanish.

SPAA10 Spanish: Level 1, 30 credits. 

SPAA20 Spanish: Level 2, 30 credits. 

SPAA03 Spanish: Level 3, 30 credits.

SPAA23 Spanish: Academic Writing, 6 credits. 

SPAB05 Thematic Course I, 7.5 credits. 

SPAB06 Thematic Course II, 7.5 credits. 

SPAM14 Written Proficiency in Spanish, 7.5 credits.

Swedish Language Studies 

∆ SVEE11 Swedish for Exchange Students: Level 1, 7.5 credits. 

SVEE12 Swedish for Exchange Students: Level 2, 7.5 credits. 

SVEE13 Swedish for Exchange Students: Level 3, 7.5 credits. 

SVEE14 Swedish for Exchange Students: Level 4, 7.5 credits. 

SFSA15 Svenska som främmande språk: Nivå 5, 7.5 credits. 

SFSA16 Svenska som främmande språk: Nivå 6, 7.5 credits. 

SVEF28 Swedish for Students with a Foreign Background: Phonetics and Pronunciation (taught in Swedish), 7.5 credits. 

Yiddish

∆ YIDD10 Yiddish: Beginner's Course I, 15 credits. 

YIDD11 Yiddish: Language and Literature, Level 1 A, 15 credits.*

YIDC03 Jewish Cultural Responses to the Holocaust, 15 credits.*

Spring semester 2023

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH35 Globalization in the Pre-Modern World, 7.5 credits.

∆ SASH73 Health and Diet through Human History, 7.5 credits.

∆ SASH79 Barbarians and Romans, 7.5 credits. 

Digital Archaeology

ARKN09 GIS in Archaeology, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

ARKN10 Virtual Reality in Archaeology, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Autumn semester 2022

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH02 Archaeology: Viking Age Scandinavia, 7.5 credits.

∆ SASH39 The Roman Empire, 7.5 credits.

∆ SASH85 The Emergence of European Culture, 7.5 credits.

Archaeology and Ancient History

ARKN11 Archaelogical Theory and Material Culture, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

ARKN14 Archaeological Studies of Human Landscapes, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

ARKN15 Field Archaeology in Theory and Practice, 30 credits. (Advanced level)

ARKN19 Independent Study Course - Second Cycle, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Spring semester 2023

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH55 Introduction to Scandinavian Culture and Society, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH61 Cultural Perspectives on Health, Lifestyle and Medicine, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH74 Swedish Art in a Scandinavian Context, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH86 Food, Tradition and Innovation, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH99 Lund University in the Global World, 7.5 credits. 

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ABMA15 Archival Science: Physical and Digital Archives, 15 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

ABMA19 Museology: Physical and Digital Museums, 15 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

BBHB53 Book History: The History of Printing 1450–1800, 7.5 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

BBHB54 Book History: The Industrial Print, 7.5 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

ETNA14 Ethnology: Cultural Analytical Perspectives, Level 1, 30 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

ETNA22 Ethnology: Cultural Analytical Perspectives, Level 2, 30 credits. 
Language of instruction: Swedish.

ILHA10 History of Ideas: Level 1, 30 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

ILHA20 History of Ideas: Level 2, 30 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

ILHB30 History of Ideas: History of Ideas of Medicine, 7.5 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

ILHB32 History of Ideas about the Future: Expectations, Utopias and Dystopias, 7.5 credits. 
Language of instruction: Swedish.

IMSA22 Intermedia Studies: Continuation Level, 30 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

IMSB23 Intermedia studies: The Aesthetics of Popular Culture, 7.5 credits. 

IMSB25 Intermedia studies:The Aesthetics of the Total Work of Art 7.5 credits.

IMSB26 Intermedia studies: The Aesthetics of Popular Live Culture 7.5 credits.

KOVA16 Art History and Visual Studies: Private and Public Spaces, 30 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

KOVA23 Art History and Visual Studies: Level 2, 30 credits.
Language of instruction: Swedish.

KOVN11 Visual Culture: Representations of Violence in the Visual Arts and Media, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

KOVN15 Visual Culture: Environment and Nature, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Autumn semester 2022

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH55 Introduction to Scandinavian Culture and Society, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH56 Modern Design in Scandinavia, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH59 Gastronomy: Sustainable Eating, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH60 Swedish Society and Everyday Life, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH80 Swedish Music in Contemporary Culture, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH83 Technology and Swedish Culture: Historical Perspectives, 7.5 credits. 

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ABMA18 Cultural Sciences: Intellectual Property and Digital Information - Law, Politics and Culture, 7.5 credits.*

∆ IMSB20 Intermedia Studies: The Rhetoric of Advertising in the Modern Media I, 7.5 credits. 

∆ ILHB33 Classics of Western Thought, 7.5 credits. 

IMSB24 Intermedia Studies: The Rhetoric of Advertising in the Modern Media II, 7.5 credits. 

KOVN07 Visual Culture: Theory and Methodology, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

KOVN13 Visual Culture: Histories of Modern Visuality, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

MUVN01 Sound Studies in Theory and Practice, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Spring semester 2023

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH63 Swedish Politics - Past and Present, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH65 History of the Holocaust, 7.5 credits. 

Central and East Asian Studies

COSB11 The International Relations of East Asia - From the Pacific War to the Rise of China, 7.5 credits.

COSB31 China Today - Political Developments, Societal Issues and Global Influences, 7.5 credits.

History

  • Courses are taught in Swedish.

HISA24 History: Level 1, 30 credits.

HISA27 History: Level 2, 30 credits.

HISB16 History of the Middle Ages, 15 credits.

Human Rights Studies

MRSM13 Human Rights Studies: Research Methods and Research Ethics, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

MRSN02 Human Rights Studies: Thematic Specialization Course I, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

MRSN03 Human Rights Studies: Thematic Specialization Course I, 15 credits. (Advanced level)


Autumn semester 2022

Special Area Study Course

∆ SASH64 Swedish History from a Nordic Perspective, 7.5 credits. 

Central and East Asian Studies

COSM32 East and South-East Asia's Role in the Global Economy, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

COSM33 Human Rights in East and South-East Asia, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

COSM34 Development Theories and Issues in East and South-East Asia, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

COSM37 East and South-East Asia in Global and Regional Politics, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

COSM38 Religion and Society in East and South-East Asia, 7.5 credits. Autumn. (Advanced level)

COSM39 Documentary Film in East and South-East Asia, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

COSB30 China Today - Political Developments, Societal Issues and Global Influences, 7.5 credits.*

COSB40 Contemporary South-East Asia - Political Developments and Societal Issues, 7.5 credits.*

COSB55 Contemporary Japanese Society, 7.5 credits.*

Human Right Studies

MRSM11 Human Rights in the History of Politics and Philosophy, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

MRSM12 Human Rights in the Global World: Agents, Indicators, and Institutions, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Spring semester 2023

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH68 Critical Animal Studies - Animals in Society, Culture and the Media, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH69 Media and the History of Political Rhetoric, 7.5 credits.

Media History

MHIA05 Social Media in a Historical Perspective, 7.5 credits.

MHIA22 Media History: Level 2, 30 credits.

MHIA24 Power and Media Systems, 7.5 credits

MHIA25 Digital History - Media and Methods in Theory and Practice, 7.5 credits.

Autumn semester 2022

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH67 Media and Armed Conflicts - Past and Present, 7.5 credits. 

∆ SASH82 Intercultural Communication, 7.5 credits. 

Media History

∆ MHIA11 Media History: Level 1, 30 credits. 

∆ MHIA13 From Stone Tablets to Bookprint, Media History before 1600, 7.5 credits. 

∆ MHIA14 Newspapers among other Media, 1600-1850, 7.5 credits. 

∆ MHIA15 The Rise of the Modern Media Society, 1850-1940, 7.5 credits. 

∆ MHIA16 Old and New Media after 1940, 7.5 credits. 

Media and Communication Studies

MKVN06 Media and Political Engagement, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

MKVN09 Media, Health and Society, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH66 One World, One Morality, 7.5 credits. Spring.

∆ SASH81 One World, One Language, 7.5 credits. Autumn.

∆ SASH92 AI through the Looking-Glass: Theories and Methods to Study Human-Robots Interactions, 7.5 credits. Autumn.

Spring semester 2023

Special Area Study Courses

∆ SASH76 The Religious Impact of Migration in Sweden, 7.5 credits.

∆ SASH89 Inter-religious Relations: Conflict and Community in the Historical Past and the Lived Present, 7.5 credits. 

Church Mission Studies

KRMD24 Church and Mission Studies: Christianity and Nationalism, 7.5 credits.

Religious Roots of Europe

TREV14 Religious Roots of Europe: Mysticism, Philosophy and Wisdom Traditions in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, 7.5 credits

Autumn semester 2022

Special Area Study Course

∆ SASH49 Religion and Politics, 7.5 credits. Autumn.

Religious Roots of Europe

TRVA16 Religious Roots of Europe: Sayings and Stories as Educational Tools in Early and Medieval Christianity, 10 credits. 

TRVN03 Religious Roots of Europe: Thesis Colloquium, 10 credits. (Advanced level)

TRVN11 Religious Roots of Europe: The Emergence of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, 15 credits.  (Advanced level)

TRVN15 Religious Roots of Europe: The Study of Ancient Religion, 15 credits. (Advanced level)

TRVN16 Religious Roots of Europe: Rabbinic Texts and Theology, 10 credits. (Advanced level)

Islamic Studies

RHBM79 Islamic Studies - Islam and the Politics of Everyday Life in the Middle East, 7.5 credits. (Advanced level)

Other Courses in English

HUXD01 Editing and Transcribing Premodern Texts: Digital Tools, Methods and Resources, 7.5 credits.* 

SAS courses

The SAS courses (Special Area Studies courses) give an overview of an interesting and relevant subject area connected to various Scandinavian, European and global issues. The courses are targeted at exchange students regardless of discipline, and are also accessible to all (Swedish and international) regular students.

Study Swedish

If you want to develop your Swedish language skills while in Lund, you may apply for a SUSA course (3 ECTS), and a SVEE course (7.5 ECTS).

 

Students who have A2 on the CEFR- scale can apply for SVEE12 or SVEE13. Those who passed level B1 or higher are welcome to apply for SVEE14 or SFSA15. To secure that the students are divided into appropriate groups, their skills are tested through a Swedish level test a few days before the introduction meeting for the SVEE courses.

Courses and programmes taught in Swedish

The Faculties of Humanities and Theology offer a large number of subjects to choose from.

Write a paper or thesis

While in Lund, would you like to write a paper or thesis, a project that was initiated at your home university? You are welcome to do so, but unfortunately we are not able to provide you with a supervisor at Lund University. Your home supervisor will be the one to help you throughout your project.

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  2. Enter the course code in the search field
  3. Click on the course code in the search results and then "Show Schedule"
  4. In the schedule view, you can choose to customize the view via "Customize" in the upper right. 
  5. You can also choose several courses at the same time to check any schedule clashes 

Schedule spring 2023

Note: Changes may occur to the schedule for Spring 2023.

Contact

International Office

Email: internationalht.luse

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Here you can read about what kind of support Lund University offer.

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