Double degree studies
As a student from a double degree partner university, you have the possibility to complete a double degree exchange in which you follow an LTH degree programme and receive one degree from each university.
Double degree at LTH
In order to become a double-degree student at LTH, you must be enrolled at a partner university that has a double degree agreement with LTH. Please contact the International office at your home university to find out whether such an agreement exists.
As a double-degree student, you are admitted to the final years of a five-year Master's of Science in one of the engineering programmes at LTH. You follow an individual study plan within a specialisation. Depending on the agreement with your home university, you may either complete your studies in Lund or go back for the last year at your home university. After completion of the studies at both universities, you will be awarded a Master's of Science in Engineering degree from LTH and a degree from your home institution.
Partner universities in double degree studies
Currently, LTH has double degree agreements with the following partner universities.
Below links will direct you to the university's website.
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Electrical Engineering)
Universidad Politècnica de Valencia (Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering)
How to apply
- Your home university needs to nominate you for double degree studies.
- You should follow the same process and application procedures as exchange students, and in addition you need to submit:
- An English language certificate together with your application.
- A copy of your passport (underline your first name)
Application procedure for exchange students
Specific information about study plan for double degree students
When preparing your study plan, it is important that you think in advance about which specialization from the LTH engineering programme (of your interest) you will pursue.
Curricula and timetables for LTH study programmes (Course website LTH)
When selecting courses, you should have in mind that most of the courses should be at advanced level. It is also important to:
- Check the syllabus of the course of your interest for its pre-requisites. You do that by clicking on KE under the column Links, from the LTH programme webpage that you want to apply to.
- Check the schedule to avoid clashes when selecting courses.
Curricula and Time Tables for LTH Programmes by Academic Year
Schedule and courses (Student website LTH)
Additional mandatory courses - Important!
In some cases, to be able to fulfill the LTH engineering programme requirements, you will need to take some courses from the first three years of your LTH programme. Please be aware that some courses may be given in Swedish.
The final study plan is set after your arrival in Lund when you have met the Programme Director of your LTH programme that you are applying for.
Swedish language course
One of the pre-requisites for the LTH programmes is knowledge in Swedish.
As a double degree student, you are required to pursue 30 credits in Swedish language course in your first year of studies at LTH (15 credits per semester) in addition to your engineering studies (60 credits).
Information on Swedish language courses
Without the completion of the required Swedish language courses, you will not be awarded a master's degree from LTH.
About the T.I.M.E. network
Since 2000 LTH is a member of the T.I.M.E. network, a network of 57 leading International Engineering Schools and Faculties and Technical Universities from around the world. T.I.M.E. offers Double Degrees in engineering organised under bilateral agreements between two of the Association's members.
Through its double degree activities, T.I.M.E. promotes high-quality engineering education in different cultural contexts and international team-working, preparing graduates who are able to work transnationally and in trans-cultural environments.