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Current student in economic history

Here your will find all needed information for you as a student at our department

Registration and admission

Admission to courses and programs is managed centrally via

There are response requirements for the admission letter. Missed answer = you lost your place.

If you have been admitted to a course in economic history, you will receive a summons no later than one week before the start of the semester. The summons goes out to the E-mail address you specified when applying via


Admitted to courses must register via the student account at Lund University no later than the date stated in the notice of the course.

Re-registration / interruption

Registered in the student portal. In case of problems, contact the department's expedition on +46 (0) 46 22 27475 or expeditionen [at] ekh [dot] lu [dot] se (expeditionen[at]ekh[dot]lu[dot]se).


The Department of Economic History sometimes calls for a limited number of reserves insofar as there are vacancies. Please note that we cannot provide information on the admission of reserves until after the registration of the admitted has taken place and we see how many places have been used. There are large variations in the number of assumed reserves from semester to semester, so it is only on occasion that we open up for late registration.

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Short cuts

Get started with your study - questions when you are a new student 

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Rules of examination at the Department of Economic History

Registrations for examinations are made via the department's office no later than one week before, according to instructions. 

Plagiarism and the platform Ouriginal

The Department of Economic History is working actively to put a stop to plagiarism and other forms of prohibited working methods. Ouriginal is a simple, reliable system which is easy to use for finding plagiarism.


Upon completion of undergraduate education, a diploma will be obtained upon request. You apply for a degree after you have taken your last course.

Apply for your degree certificate 

Career Services

There are many things you can work on when you finish, depending on the specialization you read, your interests, knowledge and experience. After completing your degree, we can help you further in your career. 

Enter working life

Student papers 

Every year, hundreds of dissertations are written at bachelor's and master's level at the School of Economics' departments. These essays are published in LUP Student Papers.

Learn more about registering your paper