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  • How do I get accommodation in Lund?
    There are many ways to get accommodation in Lund. AF housing, Mikael Hansen's college and LKF are just a few associations that offer housing. In addition, you can contact nations that often want to help or look on the second-hand market, for example via Blocket or BoPoolen. For more information, take a look under the tab "Studentstaden Lund".
  • What happens if I can't get accommodation?
    Sometimes it can be difficult to get hold of a home, but that certainly does not mean that it is done. In addition to all the options mentioned above, there are always kind people on the section who would offer to let one sleep on one's couch until the accommodation problem is resolved. During the reset, for example, you can always ask a phadder and he will try to help you as much as possible.
  • How is the pace of study compared to high school?
    The pace is slightly higher, but the biggest difference compared to upper secondary school is that you are responsible for setting up your studies yourself and that many of the scheduled hours are not compulsory.
  • What is an exam?
    An exam, short for exam, is a written examination where you normally have 5 hours to answer a number of questions connected to the course you are studying. The design of exams can be different for different courses, but usually cover a large part of the course's material. Because you sit and write for 5 hours, there are many people who also bring fruit, sweets or some drink to keep their energy up throughout the exam.
  • What happens if I miss an exam?
    Cogs exams almost everyone does at some point and it's nothing to worry about. There are several opportunities per semester to retake the exam, and at LTH you can take an exam as many times as you want. In order to continue obtaining the CSN, however, you must have completed 45 higher education credits per academic year, which means that you cannot fail all of your exams completely without consequences. However, there are many people who have exams lagging behind them, so there is nothing to be afraid of.
  • Is it difficult to get into industrial economics in Lund?
    According to admission statistics from the year 2019, 21.80 was required for BI or 1.85 on the university entrance exam (weighted 75/25) to get a place on the I program. However, you can also come in as a reserve and get a place if someone accepted declines their place who or does not show up at the roll call.
  • When is the last day of admission?
    15 April and the application is made via
  • Is it possible to study a semester or two abroad?
    Yes, there are many opportunities to apply for exchange studies through Lund University. Read more about which schools are available here!
  • Do I have to participate in the reset?
    The zeroing is not a must to be part of, nor is it a requirement to be part of all events. However, it is a good way to get to know the people you will be studying with and to be introduced to the section, LTH and Lund! And it's a lot of fun!
  • Why should you study industrial economics in Lund?
    Industrial economists are highly sought after in business and with the education you have great opportunities to get an interesting and exciting job in the future. In addition, Lund is a lovely student city teeming with ambitious and committed students.
  • What kind of job can you get as an industrial economist?
    As an industrial economist, you have great opportunities to work in many different areas. Many students' first job is often as a management consultant, trainee at a larger company, analyst in the financial industry, in other service sectors and industry or as a self-employed person.
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