Grants and scholarships for studies and traineeships abroad
There are a number of different grants available to you as a student at Lund University that you can apply for if you are travelling abroad for exchange studies or a traineeship. Here you can see which grants might be relevant for you.
The Crafoord Foundation travel grant
If you are travelling to a country outside Europe in order, for example, to gather material for a degree project, study at one of our partner universities or undertake a traineeship, you can apply for the Crafoord Foundation travel grant. You can apply for the grant regardless of the faculty at which you are studying.
The Erasmus+ mobility programme promotes international student mobility, increased openness and the recognition of academic studies and qualifications throughout the EU.
The programme offers students the opportunity to apply for grants for study and traineeships in other countries, primarily in Europe.
Read more about the Erasmus+ mobility programme on the Swedish Council for Higher Education’s website:
Minor Field Studies – MFS
Minor Field Studies – MFS – is a grant for those coming to the end of their studies who need to collect data or material in a developing country for their degree project.
If you would like to study at one of our partner universities in another Nordic country, you have the opportunity to apply for the Nordplus grant. Within Nordplus, there are both faculty-specific and university-wide networks.
Other grants available to Lund University students
You can also search among the University’s grants that are not specifically aimed at outbound students.