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Current International Students

Courses offered in English

Courses

History of the Holocaust, 7.5 hp/ECTS

The aim of the course is to offer an introduction into the study of the Holocaust, the destruction of the European Jews, its causes and mechanisms. The course is given once a year during the spring semester, day-time. The course is a free-standing course for beginners, but priority is given to exchange students.

Follow the link for the course syllabus (kursplan) and literature list (litteraturlista).

History: Swedish History from a Nordic Perspective, 7.5 hp/ECTS

The course includes an overview of Nordic history from the Viking Age to the present. The students will learn about selected topic for discussions in historical theory as well as to train historical argumentation. The course is given once a year during the autumn semester, day-time. The course is a free-standing course for beginners, but priority is given to exchange students.

Follow the link for the course syllabus (kursplan) and literature list (litteraturlista). 

Swedish Politics - Past and Present, 7.5 hp/ECTS

The course provides an introduction to Swedish politics. The political system in general, the constitution, the government and the political parties are discussed in a historical as well as in a contemporary perspective. The course is given once a year during the spring semester, day-time. The course is a free-standing course for beginners, but priority is given to exchange students.

Follow the link for the course syllabus (kursplan) and literature list (litteraturlista).

These courses are open for non-exchange students. Apply for courses at the university admission’s Swedish website antagning.se. Contact the Lund University admissions office for assistance with your application: email: lantstu.luse Telephone: +46 (0)46 222 9300 (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, between 10:00 and 12:00).

Programmes

No Bachelor's programme in History is offered in English.

No Master's programme in History is offered in English.

The Department of History is responsible for the graduate school in history, which is a collaboration between the Department of History in Lund, the University of Gothenburg, Malmö University, Linnaeus University and Södertörn University.

Read more about PhD studies. Please note that the specific admission requirements are a MA degree, a degree project in history worth at least 15 credits at Master’s level and the ability to understand written Swedish.

Student information for current students at the Department of History

International student in Lund

Exchange student

For questions regarding your admission, your enrolment form et cetera, please contact your coordinator or the coordinators at The International Office at the Faculties of Humanities and Theology

International student at the Department of History

For all students that are already admitted and registered for courses at the Department of History.

The teachers at the department does not use the web portal Live@Lund for every course. Instead the students at the department are recommended to use the Student Portal (formely known as STiL - STudent in Lund) to register, view course registrations and academic results, print certificates or transcripts of records, gain access to the e-library, as well as to access the student email account.

This student email is used for all communication between the lecturer and students.

Registrations for our English courses are made as web registration on the Student Portal or at the reception at the department. The introduction meeting is mandatory, contact the department if prevented to attend. The teacher will inform you of all course related information such as course curriculum, schedules, literature, rules and regulations.

The literature list and syllabus are also found on the relevant course website. Please note that the Library guide for History on the course website is only available in Swedish. You can use the English version from Archaeology and ancient history instead, to educate yourself on how to get a library card, on academic conduct & reference management, where and how to search for information & encyclopaedias of interest.

 For further information, contact the academic advisor.