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Find exchange courses

Quick links to information on the faculty websites

We offer more than 700 courses across a wide range of subjects that are suitable for exchange students. The following list provides quick links to find course information and important exchange information from the relevant faculty.

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Click on the faculty of interest in the list below to find a list of courses offered within that faculty as well as other useful links concerning international opportunities. Once you have found the courses you are interested in, remember to check the entry requirements for each course carefully to see if you are eligible.

About admission requirements for exchange studies

Find exchange courses within biomedicine, public health, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, radiography, speech-language pathology and audiology.

Information about Exchange studies at the Faculty of Medicine website

Special Area Studies

Special Area Studies (SAS) courses

These are regular academic courses focused on Scandinavian interest areas, European and global issues.

Swedish Language

An introductory Swedish language course (SUSA) is offered to all exchange students before the semester starts. Students can apply to a regular Swedish Language course as part of their study plan.

About Swedish Language courses

Swedish-taught courses

If you have studied Scandinavian studies or have studied in a Nordic school system, you may be able to apply for courses with Swedish as the language of instruction. You can find courses taught in Swedish on our Swedish website, but be aware that not all courses listed will be open for exchange students. Courses that are open for exchange students will be available to choose from in the application link for nominated students. Typically, the language requirement for exchange students wishing to study Swedish-taught courses is 'Swedish B' or equivalent. 

Search for courses on the Swedish Lund University website

Can't find a course?

If you are a nominated student and cannot find the subject or course you are looking for, please contact the coordinator for your exchange.  Your coordinator may be able to suggest specific courses that are suitable and available during your study period.

Please note that certain courses you may find during your search across the faculty/department websites may be restricted to students registered for a full degree programme and, as such, these courses will not be available to exchange students.

When to apply

You apply to be nominated for an exchange at your home university during their application period.

Nominated exchange students apply during 1 April–15 April for autumn semester exchange studies and 1 October–15 October for spring semester exchange studies. Unless these dates fall on a weekend or public holiday, in which case we reserve the right to adjust the application start date to the first regular working day thereafter.