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Admission statistics for our Bachelor’s programmes

Published: 2017-04-21

18 April was the last day to enroll in the national application round for autumn 2017 studies. When the application closed, approximately 66,500 people had applied for courses or programmes at Lund University. More than 29,000 of these had Lund University as their number one choice.

18 April was the last day to enroll in the national application round for autumn 2017 studies. When the application closed, approximately 66,500 people had applied for courses or programmes at Lund University. More than 29,000 of these had Lund University as their number one choice.

All universities and colleges in Sweden received 367 515 applications in total, a decrease of more than two percent compared to last year. Lund University follows the nationwide trend of reduced application numbers.

Read more at Lund University's Swedish website

Ekonomie kandidatprogrammet

Ekonomie kandidatprogrammet remains a top-choice among the business and economics programmes in Sweden. The five most popular programmes have the following numbers of first-hand applicants:

  • Stockholm School of Economics, Kandidatprogrammet i Business and Economics (1591 first-hand applicants)
  • Lund University School of Economics and Management, Ekonomie kandidatprogram (1218 first-hand applicants to approximately 320 study seats)
  • Uppsala University, Ekonomie kandidatprogram (994 first-hand applicants)
  • University of Gävle, Ekonomprogrammet (on-line education, 791 first-hand applicants)
  • Stockholm University, Kandidatprogram i företagsekonomi (765 first-hand applicants)

Kandidatprogrammet i International Business

The School’s new BSc programme in International Business has 452 first-hand applicants in the national application round (16 March–18 April). A total of 1308 students have chosen the programme as their number one choice, as 856 students applied in the international application round (17 october–16 january). This is LUSEM’s first Bachelor’s programme taught fully in English, and will start with a small class of 35–40 students.

Systemvetenskapliga kandidatprogrammet

The number of first-hand applicants to Systemvetenskapliga kandidatprogrammet is up 16% compared to last year. 239 students are hoping to get one of the approximately 115 study seats.

More statistics?

More statistics are available at uhr.se, the agency website for Universitets- och högskolerådet.

Go to statistik.uhr.se