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Student services and support

Studying abroad can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience, but it can also be a complex one. We offer a wide range of services, resources and tools to help you with your studies and everyday student life at Lund University.

Quick links to key systems

All of the systems below require you to log in with your student account.

If you haven't activated your student account yet, see here:

Key topics related to your studies

The links below provide information on various important aspects of your academic life as a student. Examples include the digital side of your studies, but also study spaces, academic skills, grades, credits and career opportunities.

Contact information

There are many student services that can help or advise you.

Which student service you should contact depends on the nature of your question or problem.

Getting help or support

Visit our IT pages for more information on topics such as

  • your student account
  • your student email
  • your LU access card
  • Internet access (wireless and VPN)
  • shared computers
  • printing and copying, and
  • software.

You can also find relevant contact information for help with IT issues.

IT resources and assistance

To find out where and how to borrow or buy your course literature, see the link below.

Literature and libraries

If you want to study on campus, alone or with classmates, there are plenty of places to do so. There are also rooms that are suitable for quiet meditation, reflection or prayer.

Spaces to study or meditate

Academic study requires a range of study, language, writing and reading skills. Check out our pages on these topics for tips, advice and support.

Support in study skills, language and writing

Many student exams are held at Annexet and at Sparta. See the page below for the regulations for these locations. You will also find information about digital exams and how to book a loan computer.

Examination at Annexet or Sparta

The grading and credit system at Lund University/your faculty may be different from what you are used to. See our pages about these topics to get a better understanding. 

  • degree types and credits
  • grading scales
  • credit transfer
  • academic transcripts/transcripts of records, and 
  • degree certificates.

Grades, credits and certificates

Student rights can relate to student influence, the study/work environment, exams, grading, degree projects and much more. Use the link to find out more about your rights and responsibilities.

Student rights and guidelines

If you want to play an active role in university policy, student rights and the quality of your education, see our information on student unions.

Student unions

If you are unsure about which courses to pick for the most relevant future degree, or if you are looking for career guidance or opportunities, see here: 

Study guidance and career

New student feeling lost in translation?

We know that navigating a new (university) culture can be challenging. The links below may help you along the way:

Getting help or support

If you need support or advice and can't find the answers you need on the University's digital platforms, please contact the relevant student service.

Daily life as a student

Depending on what you're trying to find out or solve, there are different student services that can help you. You can find more information on their pages.

Preparing for the next step: graduation and career

As you prepare to complete your studies, you may have questions, thoughts or ideas that you would like to discuss.