Information for newly admitted students – autumn 2020
Arrangements for the autumn semester
The Faculty of Medicine hope that the autumn semester 2020 will be conducted as regular campus-based teaching, including classroom-based teaching as well as offering students the opportunity to go on exchanges, etc. At present no one can guarantee that this will be possible. The Faculty is closely monitoring the situation and follows the advice of national governmental agencies.
The Faculty is preparing to deliver all programmes online during the autumn of 2020 if admitted students cannot travel to Lund or Malmö. Hence, all admitted students that accept a study seat will be able to carry out their studies online if the global situation regarding Covid-19 demands this.
The decision regarding regular campus-based education vs. online education is expected in early August. In the meanwhile, continue to arrange for studies in Sweden, including residence permit (if applicable), funding and housing.
FAQ for newly admitted degree students and exchange students
These FAQ:s will be updated regularly throughout spring and summer 2020. Due to new regulations and directives from the Swedish Government, and new decisions taken regularly at the University, many questions cannot be answered at this time and some answers will change before the start of the semester. Please check regularly for updates!
Programme specific questions? Contact your programme
You are most welcome to contact you programme at:
Biomedicine - Bachelor's Programme: biomed [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Biomedicine - Master Programme: biomed [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Public Health - Master's Programme mph [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Medical Science - Master's Programme: mmv [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Read the pre-arrival guide thoroughly!
All students admitted to Lund University are sent a pre-arrival guide before the start of the semester. These guides provide detailed information to help you prepare for your stay in Lund and the answers to most of the questions we receive from students.