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Study guidance and support

As a student at Lund University you have access to services and advice to help you make the most of your time at university. We want to make it easier for you if, for example, you want to improve your study technique, don't know which courses to take or don't feel comfortable with your study situation.

Study guidance

The Study Guidance Service offers guidance and information when you are in the process of making educational or professional choices. We help you to clarify what your interests and abilities are prior to and during your studies. You are welcome to contact Campus Helsingborg’s study advisor Astrid Johnson at the Lund University General Study Guidance Service. 

If you want to book an appointment with one of our study advisers, you can fill in our web form below. Write briefly what questions you have and we will get back to you shortly.

Book an appointment with the General Study Guidance Service

If you have more detailed questions about a specific programme or course, contact the study advisor at the department offering the programme. These questions may concern entry requirements, credit transfer of courses, approved leave from studies or deferment of the start of a study period.

Students with disabilities

Having a disability is not an obstacle to enjoyable and exciting studies at Lund University! You can receive learning support to facilitate your studies and compensate for your challenges. Please contact the accessibility officer for Campus Helsingborg for information about available support and how to apply for it: Carina Argelius, e-mail carina [dot] argelius [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se or tel. +46 46 222 34 30.

Read more about learning support at Lund University's website

Student Health Centre

The Student Health Centre focuses on problems relating to student life. The service covers problems relating to stress, performance or exam anxiety, fear of public speaking, worry, alcohol, sleeping disorders and depression, as well as providing support for lifestyle changes. 

First contact with Student Health Centre? Read more about the support and how to book an appointment on Lund University's website

After the first contact on the phone, it is possible to meet Malin Kisro, from Student Health Centre, at Campus Helsingborg (C122).

Support for problems related to your study situation

There are several resources you can turn to if you have questions or need help with matters concerning your studies. If you experience a problem in your study situation, you should in the first instance contact the person or persons involved and, in the second, the head of the department concerned. You can also seek help from your students union or student ombudsman.

Read more about study-related support at Lund University's website

Students who have a study-related problem can seek assistance from their students union. The unions cooperate closely and have good connections at department and faculty levels. Students at Campus Helsingborg can contact the unions on their websites:

You can turn to the student health and safety representative to ask questions about, or report deficiencies in, your work environment. The student health and safety representative’s task is to influence work conditions with an aim to contribute to a good study environment, participate in safety inspections, assess how changes affect the students’ work environment, and keep updated on environmental legislation.

Read more about Student Health and Safety Representatives at Lund University's website