Tuition-based mobility programmes

STANFORD UNIVERSITY | UC CALIFORNIA BERKELEY

Want to study abroad as a fee-paying student at Stanford or University of California? Don’t miss this opportunity for full-time students at Lund University School of Economics and Management.

Students who are eligible to receive student aid, can apply to CSN to cover living costs and parts of the tuition fee.

Applications to the mobility programmes goes through our International Office. The application period is 11–15 February 2019 for summer and autumn 2019 studies. Required documents to upload are your CV and a short motivational letter.

Read more about how you apply in Live@Lund

Stanford University, USA.

Stanford University

  • Stanford’s International Honors Program
  • Eight-week summer programme (June–August)
  • Lund University School of Economics and Management is their only Swedish partner
  • For Bachelor’s and Master’s students

Each summer Stanford Summer Session invites international undergraduate and graduate students to participate in Stanford’s International Honors Program (IHP), which has been developed in collaboration with a few designated university partners from around the world.

During the eight-week programme (June–August), students are enrolled in the same courses as matriculated Stanford students and earn Stanford academic credit along with an official Stanford University transcript. The vast majority of courses are taught by Stanford faculty, lecturers, and advanced Stanford graduate students, supplemented by high-quality visiting instructors from other universities. All IHP students must enroll in a minimum of 8 units, 7 of which must be from academic departments. This usually represents two to three courses.

IHP students are high-performing and ambitious students selected by their home universities based on their history of academic success, and the program combines top-notch academics with extracurricular activities, such as partaking in the Silicon Valley Innovation Academy.

IHP students live and study together in their own residential environment, forming a community of dedicated scholars and enabling the students to make connections and new friendships that can last a lifetime.

Estimated cost of attendance:
Bachelor’s level: $7,213
Master’s level: $8,792. 

Cost for housing, dining plan, health insurance etc: $5,701
The above fees do not include miscellaneous costs such as books, travel and entertainment. 

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University of California, Berkeley                Department of Sociology 

  • Berkeley International Study Program (BISP)
  • One or two semesters
  • For Bachelor's students

The “Berkeley International Study Program” (BISP) is a unique program that provides study abroad opportunities for visiting international students, to come to the Department of Sociology to study for one or two semesters. UC Berkeley have since 2005 been partnering with selected universities in different parts of the world where they have academic connections, who nominate qualified students to study abroad in the programme.

The Department of Sociology offers courses that can be useful for a variety of studies. The Berkeley International Study Program offers four tracks (which is a focused set of courses):

  • Business and Economy
  • Politics and Law
  • Health and Society
  • Research and Methodology

Enrollment to the courses is on a space-availability basis, and you typically study 4 courses in parallel per semester. You may follow the chosen track or choose from a wide range of courses offered at the Department.

After attending BISP you are a part of building the Berkeley International Study Network. Note that participation in the programme does not result in a degree issued by the University of California, Berkeley.

Estimated cost of attendance (per semester)

Students from Lund University School of Economics and Management must take the equivalent to 30 ECTS points per semester (15 units at UC Berkeley). Each unit costs $750 USD in academic year 2018-2019. Estimated total course fee for 15 units is 11 250 USD.

Fees to US Berkeley Extension is estimated to 575 USD.

The above fees do not include miscellaneous costs such as books, travel and entertainment.

Estimated Living Cost in Berkeley/the bay area is 10 500 USD per semester.

All students travelling from Lund to UC Berkeley through this agreements are insured through Kammarkollegiet’s collective insurance called Student UT, and will not need to pay for additional health insurance issued by University of California. 

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University of California, Berkeley                            Haas School of Business 

  • Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP)
  • One semester
  • The core curriculum emphasizes entrepreneurship, product launch and transformative leadership in digital and global markets, but can also be customized to meet your specific interests
  • Upon completion of the programme, students will receive a transcript from University of California, a certificate of completion from Berkeley Haas and benefits as Berkeley Haas alumni
  • For Bachelor’s students

Lund University School of Economics and Management has partnered with Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP) to provide unique access for our students to the renowned Berkeley Haas School of Business and the faculty's networks within the innovation hub of the Bay Area and Silicon Valley.

Through BHGAP, international students gain the knowledge, skills and connections necessary to excel as innovators and global leaders. The core curriculum emphasizes entrepreneurship, product launch and transformative leadership in digital and global markets, but can also be customized to meet your specific interests. Enhancements may include: professional development workshops; graduate school admissions counseling, cohort lunches, immersive California trips, company visits in the Silicon Valley/Bay Area, and career coaching programs.

Students take three to four courses (9 units) on the Berkeley campus taught by Berkeley-Haas faculty, with a cohort of BHGAP students. Participants also select one elective course (3 units) from the Berkeley course catalog also taught on the Berkeley campus. Upon completion of BHGAP, students will receive a Transcript from University of California, a certificate of completion from Berkeley Haas and benefits as Berkeley Haas alumni to further develop as global leaders: local alumni networks, Haas LinkedIn groups, and access to Haas online subscription content.

Estimated cost of Attendance:
$19,900 per semester. This fee does not include miscellaneous costs such as books, travel and entertainment.

Estimated Living Cost in Berkeley/the bay area is 10 500 USD (about 88 000 SEK) per semester.

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Application 2019/20

Application period

11–15 February 2019

Exception: MSc Economic Development and Growth double degree programme.

Who can apply?

The application criteria are the following:

  • You should have at least 30 ECTS credits from Lund University School of Economics and Management in your transcript of records
  • You are currently registered for full-time studies at Lund University School of Economics and Management.

If you are unsure of when to apply or what would be a good fit for your studies, please contact the International office and we will advise you on how to move forward.

Read more about the mobility programmes in Live@Lund

Contact

International Office
Lund University School of Economics and Management

outgoing@ehl.lu.se

You can reach us on the phone daily during office hours:
+ 46 46 222 33 44

Visiting hours and adress

Last published: 2019-02-08