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”The Contemporary Student Was the Most Difficult”

News Student life
What was the typical Lund student like in the 1700s or the 70s? And what are we like in 2017? The University has been trying to answer this ...
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Freeze in Doctoral Positions at the Faculty of Humanities and Theology

News
Usually, about 20 doctoral student positions are advertised, but at the moment there is an admission freeze in doctoral positions that are funded by the Faculties of Humanities ...
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”The Student Fees Have Been a Botched Work”

News
Sweden needs to be more international and increase its contact with the rest of the world. That is the opinion of Helene Hellmark Knutsson, Minister for Higher Education ...
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Ex-jihadist: Islam Has to Be Updated

LTH News
Manwar Ali is the former jihadist who nowadays works against radicalization among British Muslims. Last week, he visited Lund to take part in a seminar at the newly started association ...
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A Guide to Copenhagen – Experience ”Byen” Outside of Strøget and Tivoli

International News Student life
Are you tired of wandering Strøget up and down, around the carnival rides at Tivoli and the crowds at Nyhavn? Check out this guide to Copenhagen and discover ...
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Overpaying for Education

News
Foreign students overpay for their education at Lund University. Jack Senften, vice chairperson of Lund University Student Unions Association, thinks that the fees are problematic and excluding. ...
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QUERY: Which Was the Most Memorable Party in Lund?

News
Most parties we only remember for a few days, others our whole lives. But which of all parties in Lund has really been the most memorable? Lundagård went ...
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Lundagard.net has been suffering from hacker attacks

News
This morning Lundagard.net was hacked and several articles had been replaced by hackers’ messages and images. In one of the articles there was a waving Kurdish flag.  ...
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High Absenteeism at LTH Lectures

News
High absenteeism seems to be a problem across different parts of LTH. At one course, about 85-90 percent of the students were not attending. The reason for this ...
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“It Felt Completely Natural to Apply to Sweden”

News
The law program at Lund University has traditionally attracted mostly Swedish students. But now, interest in the program is increasing among the Swedish-speaking Finns. One important reason is ...
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