Find available courses

Courses and programmes taught in English

There are several courses taught in English and other foreign languages, and there are nine 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.

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

You may apply for a SUSA course, 3 ECTS credits, and a SVEE course, 7.5 ECTS credits.

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.

Schedules

It's your own responsibility to check the schedules and make sure that there is no collision between your courses.

You can generate your own schedule by combining courses, modules and groups or search for a particular room or staff using the schedule generator.

How to use:

  1. Select search option "Course” or “Course part”
  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 

Generate schedule Spring 2021 

Generate schedule Autumn 2021 (preliminary)

Note: Schedule Generator for Autumn 2021 is preliminary. Changes may occur. 

IMPORTANT! 

It is still uncertain how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect our educations during the autumn semester 2021. More information is continuously updated at Covid-19 and the academic year 2020/2021.

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