For incoming students

By becoming an exchange student at Lund University School of Economics and Management, you will enter an exciting chapter in your life.

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Some words from our International Office

Lund University was founded in 1666 and is one of the oldest universities in Scandinavia. The combination of old traditions and history together with the bustling student life makes Lund a great place to live and study.

Lund University School of Economics and Management has over the last 20 years welcomed over 6 000 incoming exchange students from all over the world. Altogether, including the students in the Master's programmes, there are around 1000 international students at the School in the current academic year.

The International Office wishes all incoming exchange students a warm welcome to our school and to Lund University!

Contact the International Office

Information for partner universities


You apply to our school via your International Office at your home university. Once you have been selected and nominated by your home university, you are accepted as an exchange student to Lund University.

You are advised to strictly adhere to the deadlines and instructions outlined to ensure efficient arrangement of your studies in Lund:

Your assigned coordinator is responsible for your stay in Lund, but all members in the International Office are available for you and will assist you with all formalities and questions regarding your studies in Lund.

Please note

To be accepted as an exchange student you must be nominated by your home university.

List of partner universities

Fact sheet

Quick overview of our exchange programme.

LUSEM Fact Sheet 2021/2022

Video: Life as an international student in Lund

Meet Tim from Germany. Tim is an exchange student at Lund University. In this video, he shares his impression of Sweden and gives a glimpse of his life as an international student in Lund.

Connect with a current exchange student


Last published: 2021-06-23