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Writing and study sessions with the Academic Support Centre

The Academic Support Centre arranges writing and study sessions for the University’s students each semester. You can read more about how a session works, planned dates and how to register below.

Students getting help from a teacher. Photo: Johan Persson.
The Academic Support Centre’s writing and study sessions allow you to join a study community and meet other students in the same situation. Photo: Johan Persson.

Writing and study sessions, spring and autumn semester 2024

You should bring any relevant, study-related material along to the writing and study session. You might, for instance, bring a written assignment or thesis draft that you are currently working on (or should be working on) or texts to read in preparation for your next lecture or exam. Our language and study consultants are also available to offer their advice on how to plan your study time and put that plan into practice. 

As the purpose of a study session is to create a sense of community, it is important that you participate for the entire session (a full or a half-day). We offer fika (coffee, tea and snacks) during the break, which is a great opportunity to share your experiences with fellow students and form new study contacts. You will need to organise your own lunch for the day.

Current dates

Our study and writing sessions take place each Tuesday for the spring and autumn semester. Full-day sessions are 9–16, with a lunch break from 12–13. If you only want to participate for a half-day, please choose either the 9–12 or the 13–16 slot. You are welcome to attend our sessions regardless of whether you study in Swedish or English.

Time: Tuesdays, 09:00–16:00 (find specific dates in the fold-out list below)
Place: Genetikhuset at Sölvegatan 29B, Lund

On the following dates, you can participate in the Academic Support Centre's writing and study sessions: 

  • 4 June, 09:00–16:00 
  • 11 June, 09:00–16:00 
  • 18 June, 09:00–16:00 
  • 25 June, 09:00–16:00
  • 13 August, 09:00–16:00
  • 20 August, 09:00–16:00
  • 27 August, 09:00–16:00 (preliminary)
  • 3 September, 09:00–16:00
  • 10 September, 09:00–16:00
  • 17 September, 09:00–16:00
  • 24 September, 09:00–16:00
  • 1 October, 09:00–16:00
  • 8 October, 09:00–16:00
  • 15 October, 09:00–16:00
  • 22 October, 09:00–16:00
  • 29 October, 09:00–16:00
  • 5 November, 09:00–16:00
  • 12 November, 09:00–16:00
  • 19 November, 09:00–16:00
  • 26 November, 09:00–16:00
  • 3 December, 09:00–16:00
  • 10 December, 09:00–16:00
  • 17 December, 09:00–16:00

How to sign up

You can apply to attend our writing and study sessions by emailing us at english_support [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se. Please specify which dates and times you would like to attend. Please specify if you will attend a half-day or full-day session.

Additional information will be sent to you via email after your application is registered.

Places are limited: first come, first served!

University courses in academic writing

The University has flexible online courses in academic writing in both Swedish and English.

Special courses in English and Swedish

Contact information

Read more about consultation:
Book a consultation with the Academic Support Centre

Visiting address:
Genetikhuset, rooms 219–222
Sölvegatan 29B, Lund
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Universitetsplatsen 2, Helsingborg
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english_support [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se

Watch our videos about study skills and writing strategies in Canvas

Check out our pre-recorded lectures, with short videos about study skills and effective writing strategies.

Study skills with the Academic Support Centre in Canvas (requires login)

Effective writing strategies with the Academic Support Centre (requires login)