Welcome to a new autumn term- introductory meetings and late application
First Notification of Selection Results will be published July 13 and shortly after you will be receiving an introduction letter from us with information about your studies, ie. around July 17-23. Please note last date to reply to your offer on antagning.se is July 28 (applies also if you are offered a reserved seat). The introduction letter will be sent to the email address that the student has indicated in the application at www.antagning.se.
Current schedules for the courses of the autumn semester starting August 28, 2017 can be accessed either through our website or on the course platform in Live@Lund (current students login using their Student account). Please note that on our website individual courses can be found under the tab “education”.
If you are admitted to a course but have not received an introduction letter by July 23, please contact the study advisory. If you have not applied to a course but wish to start your studies in the autumn term 2017, please read the information about late application at the bottom of the web page.
Compulsory introductory meetings for admitted students and incoming exchange students
All introductory meetings take place at the department of Political Science at Paradisgatan 5H (house Eden). Please note the Lund custom of “academic quarter”, implying that if the specified time is 10:00, the meeting actually starts at 10:15.
Undergraduate level courses for incoming exchange students
- STVC69 / STVK02 – Comparative International Systems, 7.5 credits
Compulsory course introduction: August 30, 13-15, Eden room 235
- STVC72 / STVK02 – The Politics of Climate Change, 7.5 credits
Compulsory course introduction: August 31, 13-15, Eden room 235
- STVC74 / STVK02 – Parties and Political Behavior, 7.5 credits
Compulsory course introduction: August 29, 15-17, Eden room 235
- STVC75 / STVK02 – Local Government in a Comparative Perspective
Compulsory course introduction: August 29, 13-15, Eden room 235
- STVC01 - Swedish Politics 15 credits
Compulsory course introduction: October 30, 13-15, Eden room 222A
Master programmes and master level courses
Please note: To formally take your place in the course you must register by using the web registration form at the student portal (www.student.lu.se). If you are conditionally accepted to the course you can’t register online. You must therefore visit the academic advisors no later than August 28 to present documents verifying your eligibility and register to the course.
- MSc in European Affairs
Compulsory programme introduction on Friday August 25, 10-12 at Ed230
- MSc in Welfare Policies and Management
Compulsory programme introduction on Friday August 25 13-15 at Ed230
- STVP30 – European Governance, 15 credits
Compulsory course introduction: August 28, 10-12, Eden room 230
- STVN10 – Policy-making Processes, 15 credits
Compulsory course introduction: August 28, 13-15, Eden room 222A
- STVN16 - Rationality, Emotions and War
Compulsory course introduction: October 30, at 10-12, Eden room 230
- STVN14 - Political Science Methodology
Compulsory course introduction: October 30, at 13-15, Eden 230
Late application for the autumn semester studies in Political Science and Peace and Conflict Studies
Late applications are made onlie at www.antagning.se and open July 14. To see which courses are open for such submissions, please visit their website. Please note that the Department of Political Science cannot give any notice on availability of places until the mandatory introduction meetings have taken place on August 28.
Please also note that in contrast to applications received within the given deadlines, a late application will not be ranked based on the applicant’s grades but rather on the date the application was submitted.
If you have not studied at university level before, you must also upload in original your upper secondary (high school) grades to your account at www.universityadmissions.se. Please see information at www.universityadmissions.se on how to upload and/or submit supporting documents.
In case of any problem, you can call the local Admissions Office at Lund University on 046-2229300 Monday, Tuesday or Thursday between 10:00-12:00, or post your question at the Admissions Office online questionnaire.