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Applying to the Medical programme


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  • Fluency in Swedish (equals to B2; TISUS test or Svenska B from Upper Secondary School or Komvux)

The Medical programme at Lund University is taught in Swedish. Consequently, you cannot be admitted to the programme unless you have studied Swedish and passed a language test. If you live abroad, please contact the Swedish Embassy in your country for more information concerning language courses and tests. If you live in Sweden, you can find more information on Komvux, Folkuniversitetet or Medborgarskolan

  • English proficiency
  • Passed a Science programme in Upper Secondary School with following the subjects; Mathematics corresponding to three years studies, Biology, Chemistry and Physics corresponding to two years studies

Frequently asked questions

University Admissions Frequently asked questions (University Admissions' website)


The Medical programme begins twice a year. The application periods are March 15 to April 15 for the Autumn semester and September 15 to October 15 for the Spring semester.

Apply online on the website

Tuition fees

If you are a citizen from outside EU/EES you have to pay a tuition fee to study in Sweden. In addition there is an application fee to be paid when submitting the application.

More information about tuition fees (the website for University Admissions)


Study advisors:

Helena Axelsson
Phone: +46 46-222 72 17

Jenny Arfwedson
Phone: +46 46-222 19 66

Vesna Sehovac
Phone: +46 46-222 94 17

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