If you are a student from the Nordic countries you generally apply for Swedish higher education (courses and programs) through www.antagning.se.
If you are currently a student at another university in or outside Europe you might be able to apply for a semester as an exchange student at Lund University. To come to Lund as an exchange student, your home university must have a formal agreement for exchange studies with Lund University. The agreement can be specific to a faculty or department or it can be a university-wide agreement. Check with the International Office at your university to see if there is an agreement with Lund University.
The Department of Gender Studies collaborates with universities in Berlin, Germany, Utrecht, Netherlands and Lodz, Poland in student and staff exchange, but our courses has students from all over the world.
If yoy have specific questions about Gender Studies, please do not hesitate to contact our international coordinator.
Helena Gyllensvärd, International Coordinator
Department of Gender Studies
Phone: +46 46 222 08 01
E-mail: helena [dot] gyllensvard [at] genus [dot] lu [dot] se
Katarina Follin, International Coordinator
Faculty of Social Sciences
Phone: +46 46 222 72 04
E-mail: inter [at] sam [dot] lu [dot] se