Study guidance

If you need academic advice, help with your study technique, or somebody to talk to about personal issues, methods for dealing with stress or exam anxiety, then we are here for you. LTH and LU offers several services for students in need of support.

Study guidance and study information 

Master students

The programme directors and the international coordinators are available to help students who seek guidance regarding their studies. The programme directors are best suited to discuss questions of a purely academic nature and the international coordinators can help you with student welfare issues.

Exchange students

Don't hesitate to contact your international coordinator.  

Academic Support Centre

The Academic Support Centre is a free service open to all students studying courses and programmes taught in English at Lund University. The Centre provides individual and group consultations on the academic writing process, speaking and presentation skills, and reading and study skills, etc.

Academic Support Centre (Lund University's website)

Students with disabilities

If you have a disability, for example dyslexia, a visual impairment, or ADHD, we can provide you with support such as extended time for exams, quiet exam room etc.

Students with disabilities (Lund University's website)

Contact our student counsellors

As a student at LTH, you can ask for individual support and counselling

Health care

To see a doctor or nurse regarding general medical issues, you see a public or private health centre (vårdcentral).

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