Studying and living in Lund
What can you expect from your two years at Lund University?
Lund as student city
Considered the number one city for students in Sweden, Lund offers an exciting campus environment with a vibrant student life, an international atmosphere and memorable student traditions.
Preparing to come
There are, of course, a number of things to take care of before you arrive in Lund. All admitted students are sent a pre-arrival guide before the start of the semester.
In general, all students from countries outside the EU/EEA need to have a residence permit to study in Sweden if they are planning on staying for more than three months.
Money and living costs
Before you arrive in Lund, you need to make sure that you have sufficient funds to cover both tuition fees and your living expenses.
Health and insurance
All incoming students at Lund University Sweden are covered by either Student IN or FAS+.
Lund University offers a housing guarantee to certain international student groups - as a student within The Denver-Lund Study Abroad Programme you are included in this guarantee.
Lund University is well known for its unique student life and fantastic campus atmosphere. The variety of student organisations, including the famous 'nations' of Lund, provides excellent opportunities for you to experience student life and to join in student events.
Lund University offers a range of services to facilitate day-to-day life for its international students.
Student life in Lund (main site)
Want to find out more about what it is like studying in Lund? Go to the main Student Life site.
Lisa Conant, University of Denver
Professor and Chair
Political Science Department
Email: conant [at] du [dot] edu
Jakob Gustavsson, Lund University
Director of Studies
Department of Political Science
E-mail: jakob [dot] gustavsson [at] svet [dot] lu [dot] se