Find exchange courses
As an exchange student, you are expected to have a full-time study plan of 30 credits per semester during your study period at Lund University.
Courses offered by LTH
You can freely choose courses suitable for exchange students from different programmes at LTH, as long as you have the academic requirements and the necessary supporting documents. Please observe that some courses have a limited number of seats.
It is important to check your timetable and program structure to see if two or more courses overlap. Clashes in lab sessions and exercises are generally not a problem.
Courses at other faculties
Lund University offers more than 300 courses taught in English across a wide range of subjects that are suitable for exchange students. Please note that you are required to study 15 credits at LTH if you are doing your exchange with us.
Special Area Studies
Exchange students can apply for “Special Area Study” (SAS) courses in subjects such as Swedish culture and society, European studies, regional courses and global issues of contemporary interest.
SASC01 An introduction to Information Security
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.
Prerequisites: No prerequisites required
Number of credits: 7,5 credits.
To meet the growing interest in Swedish language courses we offer our exchange students Swedish courses.
Swedish language course for engineering students
Courses taught at the Department of Scandinavian Languages at Lund University, free of charge for exchange students at LTH:
- EXTA24 Beginner's level (7.5 credits, 5 weeks of full-time studies),
equivalent to SVEE11
- EXTA25 Continuation (7.5 credits, 5 weeks of full-time studies),
equivalent to SVEE12
If you intend to take one of these courses you can add it to your Study Plan.
Lessons are held twice a week between 5-8 p.m. (Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays), which is convenient for engineering, industrial design and architecture students who have busy day-time schedules.
Please note that the courses have limited number of seats and applying does not guarantee acceptance.
Swedish courses at Lund University
Lund University organise similar courses for exchange students, the so-called SVEE courses (7.5 credits each). The SVEE courses are structured in five modules and are therefore suitable for you who already know Swedish.