Sweden is a top country for study abroad purposes, offering top quality, affordable tuition for local and international students.Lund university is a popular public university located in Sweden. It traces its roots back to 1425, when a Franciscan stadium generale was founded in Lund next to the Lund Cathedral making it the oldest institution of learning in Scandinavia.
Lund University has eight faculties namely: The faculty of Engineering,the school of economics and management, the faculty of performing arts,the faculty of medicine,the faculty of humanities and theology, the faculty of social sciences and faculty of law, with additional campuses operating in the cities of Malmo and Helsingborg.
The academic year at Lund University is divided into two semesters(autumn and spring), each listing 20 weeks. The autumn semester begins in August/september and the Spring semester begins in January. The academic year is divided into two semesters,each lasting 20 weeks.The autumn semester begins in August/September and the Spring semester begins in January. The academic year runs from late August/early September through until early June, with summer holidays happening in June and August. Majority of the programs begin in the Autumn semester.
Generally, students who desire to study bachelors or masters level courses at a Swedish university must apply online, using the national university admissions in Sweden:https://www.universityadmissions.se/en/All-you-need-to-know1/
The application fee is approximately 100 EUR. Note that tuition is free for students from the EU/EEA and Switzerland.International student tuition for BSC is 10,000 EUR per year.MSC is 12,500 EUR.
Once the tuition fee for the first semester is paid, you can apply for the residence permit through the Swedish Migration Agency.
Work and Study
As an international student, you are allowed to work and study-note that there is no official limit to how many hour you can work.However, make your university program your top program.
Note that Lund does not own or run any dormitory service or other types of student accomodation. The most common form of student accomodation is a corridor room. Students can also find housing in shared apartments, rooms, studio flats, or corridor rooms in other cities.The cost of room is set at SEK 14,000 and SEK 23,000 for the full semester.
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