Accepted to autumn 2012 studies at Lund? -This is what happens next
13 April 2012
The results from the second selection round are announced on 13 April for Master’s studies and 20 April for Bachelor’s studies. To find out if you have been accepted to Lund University in the second selection round, log in to your page at universityadmissions.se. Please note that the results will not be sent to you. You must log in to your account to see the results.
I have been accepted, what happens now?
If you have been accepted for Bachelor's or Master's studies in the second selection round, you will receive an email from Lund University with more information within a few days after the results are out. Please note that the notification of selection results on your page at www.universityadmissions.se is the official letter of offer. Please remember to print this and use it when you apply for your residence permit.
Accepting the offer
You do not need to accept the offer if you have been offered a place in the second selection round.
Tuition fees, residence permits and housing
Within the next few days you will receive an email from your coordinator at Lund University. This email will include information about tuition fees, residence permits, your student account and housing. It will also include a pre-arrival guide with important information and helpful tips that can be useful for you when planning your move to Sweden and Lund. Please read the information carefully.
If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen it is likely that you are required to pay tuition fees.
To find out more about tuition fees, read here. Invoices with the first installment of the tuition fee will be sent out in early May 2012. Before that, you will receive more information from us regarding payments and access to your student account (where you must go to pay your invoice). Please note that no invoices are sent out via regular post.
If you are a citizen of a non-EU/EEA country, you will need to apply for a temporary residence permit in Sweden for your study period. Read more here about residence permits. For details on how to apply for a residence permit, visit the Swedish Migration Board website.
If you are a citizen of a non-EU/EEA country and are required to pay tuition fee, you will most likely have a housing guarantee. If you do not have a housing guarantee, it is up to you to find your own housing. However, the International Housing Office will be able to provide housing for some international students. More information and the link to the housing application will be sent to you shortly. Please note that you must apply for housing even if you have a housing guarantee.
Did you miss the application round?
If you missed the application deadline this time, you can apply for a few of our programmes which will be commencing in spring 2013 – applications for spring opens in June 2012.
For the majority of our programmes the next application round will run between October 2012 and January 2013 – the studies will then commence in autumn 2013. Our courses can be found here and a summary of the key steps to apply can be found here.
For questions regarding admissions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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