Courses in Engineering by programme
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Mathematics
- Engineering Nanoscience
- Engineering Physics
- Environmental Engineering
- Fire Protection Engineering
- Industrial Engineering and Management
- Information and Communication Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Design
- Risk Management
Create your study plan
A study plan is the set-up of courses that the student put together for the semester. Creating a study plan helps you organise your exchange period and plan the learning outcomes of your studies at LTH.
How to create your study plan
Step #1 – Select an engineering program from the list above.
Step #2 – Select a suitable specialization.
Step #3 – Find out which courses are suitable for you. Please check:
- That the course is open for exchange students (column S.Ex.stud)
- Language of instruction (S – Swedish or E – English)
- Study period (1, 2, 3 or 4). Read more about LTH's academic calendar and study periods.
- Carefully check the grading system at LTH
Step #4 – Make sure to review the course syllabus as well as course prerequisites before setting up your study plan.
Step #5 – Use the Schedule generator to create your schedule and see whether two or more of the courses you have chosen have teaching scheduled at the same time.
Tips to create a great study plan:
- Read the course syllabus to see if you meet the required prerequisites for the course
- LTH offers a wide range of courses to exchange students, but we recommend that you create your study plan starting from a specialisation of one of LTH’s programmes to avoid course clashes.