The study guidance services offer guidance and information when you are in the process of making educational or professional choices. We help you to clarify what your interests and abilities are prior to and during your studies.
Lund University offers both
- master's and subject-related guidance at the different faculties/departments
- general study guidance.
What type of study guidance do you need?
Master's and subject-related study guidance at faculty/department
Study guidance and study information are offered through the different Lund University faculties/departments, where you can access detailed subject-related guidance with regard to the programmes and courses that are available at that particular faculty or department.
You should also contact the study guidance service at the faculty if you have questions about Master's programmes.
- Faculty of Engineering, LTH
- Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts (in Swedish)
- Faculties of Humanities and Theology
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medicine
- Faculty of Science
- Faculty of Social Science
- School of Economics and Management, LUSEM
General study guidance
Lund University also offers general guidance services to current and prospective students who are considering applying for a programme or courses.
Please feel free to contact the general study guidance team if, for example, you are unsure about your choice of studies or you want to know more about the professional fields that different programmes lead to.
If you want to book an appointment with one of our general study advisers, you can fill in our web form below. Write briefly what questions you have and we will get back to you shortly.
Meet the University's general study advisers
When you book an appointment, you will meet one of us from the General Study Guidance Service.
General Study Guidance Service
For booking an appointment:
External Relations, floor 2
Stora Algatan 4, Lund
Duty of confidentiality
Study advisers at Lund University have a duty of confidentiality in accordance with the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act 2009, Chapter 23 Section 5, and will not pass on information about a student’s personal circumstances without the student’s consent.