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.
Remember to carefully check the admission requirements for each course to see if you will be eligible.
Economics and Management
- Courses within economics and management on the School of Economics and Management website
- School of Economics and Management exchange student information
- Courses within engineering, architecture and industrial design on the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) website
- Faculty of Engineering exchange student information
Humanities and Theology
- Courses within humanities and theology on the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology website
These include courses in languages and linguistics, literature, film, archaeology and ancient history, arts and cultural sciences, history, media and communication, philosophy, theology and religious studies. This link also includes information regarding Special Area Studies and Swedish language courses.
- Faculties of Humanities and Theology exchange student information
- Courses within biomedicine, public health, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, radiography, speech-language pathology and audiology on the Faculty of Medicine website
- Courses within the natural sciences on the Faculty of Science website
These include courses in astronomy, bioinformatics, biology and molecular biology, chemistry, earth science and physical geography, geology, mathematical statistics, mathematics and numerical analysis, physical geography and ecosystem analysis, physics, synchrotron radiation based science and theoretical physics.
- Faculty of Science exchange student information
- Courses within the social sciences om the Faculty of Social Sciences website
These include courses in gender studies, human ecology, human geography, media and communication studies, psychology, social work, sociology of law, sociology, political science, service management and strategic communication. This link also includes information regarding Special Areas Studies, SAS courses.
- Faculty of Social Sciences exchange student information
Special Area Studies
These are regular academic courses focused on Scandinavian interest areas, European and global issues.
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.
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 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 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.
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–25 April for autumn semester exchange studies and 1 October–25 October for spring semester exchange studies.