When you have returned
Once you have returned to Lund from your exchange semester, there are a few things you need to do:
Write a travel report
Your experience abroad is valuable for future exchange students as well as the international coordinators at Lund University. Upon return to Lund University, you are obliged to write a travel report. You will be reminded via email. In addition, Erasmus students have to fill in an Erasmus survey.
When you have returned, you are an embassador for your host university. You'll be asked to share your experiences at our kick-off meetings.
Credit transfer from an exchange semester
If you have been on an exchange through the School of Economics and Management, you do not need to apply for a credit transfer on a special form – we will take care of it as soon as we have received your original grade transcript.
The host university usually sends the transcript directly to the School of Economics of Management, but sometimes you need to request/order it yourself. If you have been on an exchange through a university-wide agreement, your transcript will be sent to External Relations and you must ensure that the School of Economics and Management receives it.
If you are unsure about what applies in your case, check with your host university. It is to be sent to the following address:
School of Economics and Management
P.O Box 7080
SE-220 07 Lund
Before the credit transfer is carried out, we will check that you have submitted your travel report, so please submit it as soon as possible after your exchange to speed up the process. We will send the original document to you after we have completed the credit transfer.
Who performs the credit transfer?
The credit transfer is carried out by the International Office at the School of Economics and Management. The credit transfer, including registration of grades in Ladok, takes 1–4 weeks to complete, depending on the type of case and the time of semester.
All credit transfers from studies abroad are based on the established guidelines.
If you are displeased with your credit transfer, you can appeal the decision in writing to the International Office.
If the School of Economics and Management will not reassess its previous decision, your appeal and all relevant documents will be forwarded to The Higher Education Appeals Board for review.