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Courses for exchange students

Courses in Engineering

You can choose freely among courses that are suitable for exchange students (please see the column S.Ex. stud) from different study programs at LTH. The students must observe the academic requirements and verify that they are qualified for a course with supporting documents. NB! The number of places in courses can be limited. Exchange students are expected to have a full time study plan of 30 credits each semester during their study period at Lund University.

Courses available divided per programme - Tips: check the specialisations (the links can take some time to load, please be patient):
Biomedical Engineering
Biotechnology
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Mathematics
Engineering Nanoscience
Engineering Physics
Environmental Engineering

Fire Protection Engineering
Industrial Management and Engineering
Information and Communication Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Risk Management
Surveying

If you need to check all the courses that LTH offers to exchange students, please check LTHs course catalogue (it can take up to a minute to load).

SAST01 An introduction to Information Security, 7,5 credits (New course! No prerequisites required.)
The course
 is suitable for anyone that wants to have an increased general understanding of information security and how it affects the systems and products that we interact with in everyday life. The knowledge gained from this course is useful not only in your everyday life when interacting with computers, products and applications, but also in virtually any profession due to the widespread use of computers.

For more information

Syllabus
On the links above can be found the syllabus for each course available for exchange students. Please check the course syllabus as well as the grading system carefully when applying for courses at LTH.

Schedule 
On the right column you will be able to find our schedule generator as well as instructions on how to use it. You can generate your personalized schedule and can check for possible clashes in your study plan. Clashes in lab sessions and exercises are not a problem. 

Grading system
Please note that no ECTS grades are awarded for any of the courses offered at LTH.

Engineering courses:
- 5 (five), 4 (four), 3 (three) or U (fail). A higher figure signifies a better grade. On the course syllabus it is marked as TH.

- Pass, G, (Godkänd) or Fail, U, (Underkänd). On the course syllabus it is marked as UG

Courses at the School of Architecture

Exchange students interested in taking courses at the School of Architecture are required to have BA or three years of approved studies in Architecture as the courses are given in advanced level. A digital portfolio in pdf format and less than 10MB in size should be attached to the application.

Course presentation - Autumn 2015 ->click on the course code to see the presentation in English

Grading system
Please note that no ECTS grades are awarded for any of the courses offered at LTH.

Architecture courses:
- Pass, G (Godkänd) or Fail, U (Underkänd). 

 

Courses at the School of Industrial Design

Only students enrolled at the Industrial Design program at their home university can apply for courses at the School of Design at LTH. A digital portfolio in pdf format and less than 10MB in size should be attached to the application.

 Courses for exchange students at the Industrial Design, Autumn 2015 

 

Please be aware that you cannot combine courses from different terms. 

Grading system

Please note that no ECTS grades are awarded for any of the courses offered at LTH.

Industrial design courses:
- 3 (three), 4 (four), 5 (five) or U (fail). A higher figure signifies a better grade. On the course syllabus it is marked as TH.
- Pass, G(Godkänd) or Fail, U(Underkänd). On the course syllabus it is marked as UG

Courses at other faculties

For international exchange students Lund University offers more than 300 courses taught in English across the departments and faculties. For more information.

Course schedules at LTH

Timeframe – Course application and key dates

Autumn 2015

April 
01-25 Application to exchange studies at LTH

Mid May – July 
Letter of acceptance is being sent out to students

August
18 Arrival Day
18-30 Orientation weeks

20
 Registration Day
21 Deadline for changing courses (sp1 and sp2)
31 Study period 1 (sp1) starts

November
02 Study period 2 (sp2) starts

January
16 Semester ends

Contact

International Office

Opening hours:
Monday - Thursday kl. 10:00 - 14:00 

Visiting address:
Kårhuset, John Ericssons väg 3