Information for new students
On September 3 between 10.00-12.00 you are welcome to the Centre for registration and to get acquainted with the facilities. The Centre is located on Sölvegatan 18 B (Nodrum building), 223 62 Lund, and the registration will take place in the student/staff kitchen on the ground floor (go down the stairs and follow the signs). Address and map to the Centre
Bring a photo identification (passport or EU ID card).
If you were in the final year of your Bachelor’s studies when you applied to Lund University and are conditionally admitted, please submit your final transcripts and diploma to University Admissions as soon as you receive them. These documents should be submitted according to the document rules for your specific country. Please also make sure to bring the original documents to Sweden in case the admission office here at Lund University needs to see them.
At the registration we will serve coffee, tea and some snacks so that you can sit down and get to know your classmates!
If you cannot make it to the registration it will also be possible for you to register in Ninas office during that whole week (but please send us an e-mail in advance to inform us in that case).
Start of programme
The program officially starts in the afternoon of 3 September, 13:15 - 15:00, in room 005 (the Centre's lecture room, located on the same floor as the student kitchen).
Below please find the tentative schedule for the first course: "ACEP32: Asian Studies" (please note that changes in the schedule might occur).
- ACEP32: Asian Studies - schedule
- ACEP32: Asian Studies - time table
- ACEP32: Asian Studies - course syllabus
Please make sure that you read the studen information brochure . This brochure contains information on student rights, Luvit - the learning platform used by the Centre, being a student at Lund Univeristy, the Asia Library, the LU card etc.
Please also see the Lund University web page with useful pre-arrival information
We know that accommodation can be hard to find and it's usually most difficult in the beginning of the fall semester. If you are unable to find accommodation in Lund, try the surrounding cities/villages. The alternative of finding accommodation outside of Lund could be temporary during the fall since the housing situation usually improves during the spring semester and more rooms might become available.
If you have any questions, please contact
International Liaison Officer
Phone: +46 46 222 3861
E-mail: nina [dot] brand [at] ace [dot] lu [dot] se
Associate Prof. Monica Lindberg Falk
Director of Studies
Phone: +46 46 222 3744
E-mail: monica [dot] lindberg_falk [at] ace [dot] lu [dot] se