Master's Information Session (May)*
The annual information session for prospective Master's degree students held in May gives an overview of the range of our Master's degree programmes taught in English and details about the application process. It is open to all prospective Master's students, including visitors and current exchange students. The information session is preceded by an optional campus tour for visitors.
*Note that the 2020 version of the information session will be held online due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Summer campus tours (June–August)*
During the summer, when most university departments are closed, prospective students as well as newly admitted students can join campus tours led by student ambassadors. The campus tours are preceded by open information sessions for prospective students and visitors.?
*Note that the 2020 summer tours have been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Lund University Graduate Fair (November)
At this annual event, you can meet representatives from?our broad range of Master's and?Bachelor's degree programmes taught in English. They can provide you with specific information about the programme contents, which programmes best match your academic background and interests, and what makes a strong application.?The fair is preceded by an optional campus tour as well as a general?information session where you can learn what study opportunities there are and how to apply for studies.?
Visit the International Desk (year round*)
Are you currently visiting – or soon planning to visit – Lund before?starting your application?or your studies with us??If your visit does not coincide with any of the events or campus tours named on this webpage, you can always stop by the International Desk and ask any general questions you might have?about the city of Lund, student life, studying at Lund University and a range of practical matters. The staff manning the Desk will assist you best they can.?
*Check the International Desk webpage for current opening hours.
Make an appointment with programme staff
If you are visiting Lund, you may also want to make an appointment with the coordinator of the degree programme you are considering?to apply to or have been admitted to and ask more specific questions, for example about the programme content and structure, courses,?the teaching style, internship opportunities, lab work etc. You will find their contact details on the programme webpage.