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Study guidance in economics

The Department's study adviser guides and supports students in different matters regarding their studies in Economics, from introductory course to master studies, such as how to combine courses in Economics and complementary courses, course structure, assessment of previous studies in Economics, credit transfer et cetera.

If you experience any problems with your studies such as failed exams or if you have personal problems that affect your studies, you are welcome to come and talk to me and get help with, for example, a study plan. Likewise if you have questions about courses, your studies in general, course or degree requirements, or other relevant matters.

I'm also the Department's contact person for students who need some type of support during their studies due to disability - and who have been in contact with the Disability Support Centre at Lund University (see link below). 

Please note that I do not manage matters such as course registrations, result registrations or similar. 

Having a disability is not an obstacle to enjoyable and exciting studies at Lund University! You can receive learning support to facilitate your studies and compensate for your challenges.

Disability Support Services at Lund University

Student rights might involve student influence, the student work environment, exam implementation, degree projects and much more. You can find information about your rights and responsibilities as a student in relation to the University in the List of Rights.

The List of Rights for Lund University’s students applies to students in the first and second cycle and is to help clarify what students are entitled to – and in some cases what their responsibilities are.

Student rights and guidelines at Lund University

Contact

Study adviser

Mårten Wallette

E-mail: studievagledare [at] nek [dot] lu [dot] se (studievagledare[at]nek[dot]lu[dot]se)

Office hours:
Mon, Tues, Thur: 11.00-15.00
Room: EC1:289

Phone hours:
Mon, Tues, Thur: 10.00-11.00
Phone: 046-222 86 75

Postal address: 
Tycho Brahes väg 1
220 07 Lund
Sweden

 

Professional confidentiality

The study advisers at Lund University work under professional confidentiality according to the Official Secrets Act 25:5.