Student Health Counselling
Counselling is available to all students* at Lund University and Alnarp/Flyinge. *Please note that doctoral/PhD candidates should seek help from the Occupational Health Service of Lund University, not the Student Health Centre).
The staff at the Student Health Centre works primarily with problems that affect your ability to study, such as stress, worry, anxiety, depression and/or academic difficulties.
We understand how difficult it can be to adjust to life in a new country. As professional listeners we are here to support you and assist you in overcoming any obstacles you may encounter. Our work is of course confidential.
How to contact us
If you want to speak to a student welfare officer, we ask you to fill in our online contact form (self-referral form). Once a week we go through all the contact forms and then contact you to let you know whether we are able to accommodate you or refer you elsewhere.
For advice, call +46 (0)46 222 4377 Monday–Wednesday and Friday, 13:00–14:30. For emergencies, see the information here.
Students at the Faculty of Engineering who wish to speak to a student welfare officer can turn directly to the welfare officers at the faculty.
There will be a charge of SEK 60 for your visit. Only credit/debit card payments are accepted. You will also need to bring photo ID to your appointment.
Student health services in Alnarp, Helsingborg and Malmö
In addition to our counselling services in Lund, we also have welfare officers in Alnarp, at Campus Helsingborg and at the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts in Malmö. Contact information to the officers can be found below:
Student counselling services in Helsingborg (in Swedish)
Students at the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts in Malmö can schedule appointments every second Tuesday (even weeks) at the Malmö Academy of Music. Please contact Hans Alnemark by email hans [dot] alnemark [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se or call 046 222 43 83 to leave a message on the answerphone.
Statutory medical examinations for students (e.g. working with laboratory animals or human material)
Students who are regularly exposed to laboratory animals or biological agents as part of their studies shall be offered a medical examination. The head of department/equivalent is responsible for the risk assessment. For supporting material, please see the LU Estates documents on Medical Examinations. (Please note that the order form is not to be used for students).
Medical examinations for students are not performed by Lund University’s Occupational Health Service or the Student Health Service. The organiser of the programme or course concerned must arrange the examinations through an external provider.
Download brochures with advice on how to manage stress and improve your study environment.