Newly admitted student
Congratulations on your choice of education! As a new student at the Department of Physics, there are a few things that might be good to know about. We have gathered the most important here.
Introduction and welcome letter
All our courses and programmes start with a mandatory introduction meeting. If you do not attend the meeting, you will lose your enrolment in the course. The autumn semester starts on August 29, 2022.
In good time before your course starts, you will get a welcome letter from the department. If you are a master's student, the welcome letter may also contain information about how you choose courses within your programme.
Sometimes our emails bounce or end up among your junk mails. If you have not received a welcome letter four weeks before the start of your course or programme, please contact our study adminstration.
studentadministration [at] fysik [dot] lu [dot] se (Send an e-mail to our study administration).
The learning platform Canvas is a tool for lecturers and students. You log in with your student account.
Schedules and course literature
For current schedules and course literature, please visit the course list webpage. Schedules and information about course literature can be found under the respective course presentation on the course list webpage.
You can also find time schedules on TimeEdit. There you will also find more information about the course.
Things to do as a newly admitted student
On the Lund University’s central web pages, you find general information about what you have to do as a newly admitted student. There you also find a student guide and practical information for your day-to-day life in Sweden.
LUNA, the Science Student Union
As a student at the Faculty of Science you belong to the Science Student Union LUNA. The main objective of the Science Student Union is to monitor and participate in the development of education and conditions for students at the Faculty of Science. The student union also arranges social activities and creates an interface between you and your future career.