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University and student nation scholarships

Scholarships for current Lund University students

Every semester, current Lund University students are invited to apply for University and nation scholarships. The autumn application period is in September and the spring application period is in February.

The University scholarships are distributed according to educational credentials from Lund University. They are awarded to Bachelor's and Master's students.

The nation scholarships are awarded by the nations to their members. They can be awarded to Bachelor's, Master's and doctoral students.

When to apply for a University or nation scholarship

Current Lund University students can apply for University and nation scholarships twice a year, in February and September.

The results for this spring's application period are now available in the application system. The scholarships will be paid out during week 20. Please check your account number to make sure it is correct.

The next application period will be open in September 2022.

Please note that we only accept applications submitted during the application period.

Log in to the scholarship application system (new tab)

How to apply for a University or nation scholarship

The University and nation scholarships are a collection of several different scholarships. However, you only need to make one application that will then be matched with the scholarships you are eligible for. 

Applications are made through the application system.

How we select scholarship recipients

Applicants are ranked according to their

  • field of studies
  • grades and
  • pace of study.

Only credits from Lund University are taken into account. As your Lund University credits are registered in Ladok, to which we have access, you do not need to submit academic transcripts. Please check with your department that all of your credits have been entered into Ladok. 

Make sure that the personal identity number you indicate in the application system matches that in Ladok. 

Log in to Ladok to view your personal details

Eligibility criteria

Note that you are most likely to get a University scholarship when you are in your 5–8th semester at Lund University. In order to get a scholarship, you often need to have studied at Lund University at least two semesters.

To be eligible for a nation scholarship, you need to be a nation member.

Also bear in mind that most of the circa 250 scholarships are only open to Swedish students because of their setup (for example, connections to a Swedish family name or city etc). However, there are some scholarships that are open to international students currently studying at Lund University.

Supporting documents

Some of the University and student nation scholarships give priority to, for example,

  • students who are members of a particular nation
  • students who are born in Lund, or
  • students who are studying a particular subject.

In some cases, you might need to provide supporting documents to demonstrate that you fulfil certain criteria. If so, you will find information about this in the application system.

Otherwise, you do not need to submit any supporting documents.

Decisions and payment

Decisions for the spring semester are usually announced in April and decisions for the autumn semester in  November. Please note that no notifications will be sent out via email. The results will be available in the application system.

Payment will be made to the account you specified in your application. If you have not specified an account number, we will reach out to you if you have been awarded a scholarship.

Previously awarded scholarships

In spring 2022 there were 1026 applicants, of whom 224 were awarded a scholarship. The amounts varied from SEK 1 000 to SEK 44 800 (with a mean value of SEK 8 800). The total amount distributed was SEK 1 966 700.

In autumn 2021 there were 815 applicants, of whom 230 were awarded a scholarship. The amounts varied from SEK 1 000 to SEK 80 000 (with a mean value of SEK 7 000). The total amount distributed was SEK 1 893 390.

 

Contact information

Scholarships for current students
stipendier [at] eken [dot] lu [dot] se

Box 117
221 00 Lund

Emma Haverlind
Tel: +46 (0)46 222 71 44

Olof Jernryd
Tel: +46 (0)46 222 71 48