The School of Economics and Management offers a wide range of courses in English for exchange students.
Courses at the School of Economics and Management
Most course seats are at the undergraduate/bachelor (UG) level. Admittance to graduate (G) level courses is limited to graduate-level students as per the agreement with our partners, and prerequisites have to be fulfilled. Seat availability cannot be guaranteed.
A full semester workload for all students is 30 credits per semester. In order to maintain a full-time status for Residence Permit holders, you must be admitted to 30 credits per semester.
At the school, we have four different course levels with prerequisites as stated in the course list:
- A - Introductory, undergraduate
- B - Intermediate, undergraduate
- C - Specialization, undergraduate
- D - Advanced, graduate
Courses on the B-level have pre-requisites of courses from the A-level in the same subject area, and courses on the C-level have courses from the B-level as pre-requisites.
B/C-level means that the courses can be taken with less pre-requisites than a C-level course, but are as specialized as the C-level courses.
In order to specialize in a specific subject area, a regular degree student in Sweden will need to take 30 ECTS in that specific subject area on each level, for example 30 ECTS credits in A-level business administration, then 30 ECTS credits in B-level business administration, and finally, to major in the subject area of business administration, 30 ECTS credits of the specialization C-level courses in business administration (usually consisting of 15 ECTS of course work and 15 ECTS of a Bachelor Degree project).
Courses on the C-level, as listed in our course list, are taken by Swedish students with a 60-ECTS-credits background in that specific subject area who are doing their last year of specialization courses before graduating.
Subject-wise prerequisites must be met for each course.
*Business/Business areas cover strategy, organisation/mngt, finance, accounting, marketing, entrepreneurship.
**Business-related subjects cover business, economics, information systems, business law, statistics, economic history.
Please note that not all courses offered in English at the school are open to exchange students, only the ones you can find in the Course List .
Undergraduate level (UG) courses in Period 2 usually end with exams before Christmas. No graduate level (G) courses are offered in Period 4 of the Spring semester. We therefore recommend graduate-level students to only come in the autumn semester, or to be flexible and be able to transfer undergraduate level courses back into their programme.
- Period 1: Sep-Oct
- Period 2: Nov-Jan
- Period 3: Jan-Mar
- Period 4: Apr-Jun
You can apply for any of SAS-courses in English at Lund University and combine them with your courses at the School of Economics and Management.
To some of the SAS-courses outside the school, you are admitted according to a first-come, first-served principle, so if you are interested in applying to any of these courses, you are recommended to submit your application as soon as the on-line application opens: SAS-courses
Swedish language courses for exchange students
As an added value to the student exchange programme and to awaken an interest in the language and culture of the host country, as well as to facilitate communication, Lund University offers Swedish Language courses to exchange students.
About 50 % of the incoming exchange students who apply to these courses will be fortunate to obtain a place. Unfortunately, there are insufficient economic resources to offer a place to every student who wishes to learn Swedish. These courses are normally outside the scope of the exchange agreements, which means that exchange students cannot demand a place on these courses.
More courses at Lund University
You can apply for any of the courses in English at Lund University and combine them with your courses at the School of Economics and Management. Application for courses outside the School os Economics and Management is subject to availability and course requirements. Application for courses shall be made online.
More info: Courses at other faculties