Menu

Javascript is not activated in your browser. This website needs javascript activated to work properly.
You are here

Swedish language studies

Lund University offers different options for students interested in studying the Swedish language.

Swedish flag
Carolina Romare/imagebank.sweden.se

Study Abroad Swedish language programmes

The Study Abroad Swedish Language programme is designed for those who are interested in developing a profound knowledge of the Swedish language and who are seeking a unique Scandinavian "study abroad" experience by coming to live and study at Lund University for one or two semesters. The language studies are intense and are available as a course package for one semester (covering beginner levels 1-4), or as a two-semester course package covering levels 1-8 (beginner to advanced). To be eligible to apply applicants must have completed their upper secondary school studies and have English language proficiency to the level of "English 6/English course B" (IELTS 6.5 with no section less than 5.5, or TOEFL 90). 

Read more about the Study Abroad Swedish language programmes and the how to apply

Read more about English language requirements

Degree programmes specialised in Swedish/Scandinavian languages

We offer two Master's degree programmes focused on Swedish/Scandinavian languages, for students who already have a profound knowledge of the language:

To be eligible, students must already have a Bachelor's degree in Swedish language/Scandinavian language and also meet English language proficiency of "English 6/English course B" (IELTS 6.5 with no section less than 5.5, or TOEFL 90). Refer to the programme links above for full admission requirements and the application process. 

Swedish classes for students admitted to other studies

Students coming to Lund University for other studies have the opportunity to attend Swedish language classes during their time on campus. These range from special introductory Swedish language classes, Swedish for Immigrants (SFI) courses and social Swedish language nights for international students to practise their language skills with Swedes.

Learning Swedish as an admitted student at Lund University

Education taught in Swedish

If you would like to apply for a programme or course where Swedish is the language of instruction, you must have knowledge of Swedish corresponding to "Svenska B/Svenska 3" at the Swedish 'gymnasium' (upper secondary school).

Requirements to apply to education taught in Swedish 

Find courses and programmes taught in Swedish on our Swedish website

Page Manager: