For students who have been admitted to courses in Psychology taught in English, autumn semester 2021. This information applies for both Master students and students taking freestanding courses.
Welcome to the Department of Psychology!
You have been admitted to a course in Psychology taught in English. Note that the majority of the courses in Psychology will be carried out digitally. The University is partially open for campus-based teaching but with retained restrictions. Find general information here:
Step 1 Course registration
You need to register to your course on the Student Portal, under the tab Ladok, in order to keep your place. Log in to the Student Portal with your student-id and password. The registration opens on 23rd of August and closes on the 30th of August at 24.00. Please note that you can loose your place if you don´t register in time.
Do you have problems wtih the registration?
- For technical problems please contact servicedesk [at] lu [dot] se
- If you are conditionally admitted you will not be able to register. Please contact master [at] psy [dot] lu [dot] se if you have questions about your admission.
Step 2 Find course information
Under the link below you will find course syllabys, reading list and schedule. Please look closely at the schedule and find out when your digital introduction is held. All introduction meetings will be held on-line and you will get an e-mail with the link to your digital introduction meeting the week before your course starts. All lectures without a designated room in the schedule will be held on-line.
Step 3 Log in to your course platform Canvas and get to know Zoom
You will get access to you course in Canvas on Friday 27th of August. Note that you won´t get access to your course page until you are registrered. In Canvas you will also find a guide to the video conference tool Zoom that we use at the department. Please take some time to get to know Canvas and Zoom before your course introduction.
Step 4 Support for students with disabilities
If you have a disability, for example, dyslexia, a visual impairment, or ADHD, Lund University can provide you with support during your studies. Please read more in the link:
There will be an information meeting for students with permanent disabilities before autumn term starts, on Friday the 27th of August at 1pm-2pm. Please see invitation and how to join in the link below:
If you have any questions regarding the information mentioned above, please contact
master [at] psy [dot] lu [dot] se
Welcome Meeting for new students!
On the 6th of September at 4 pm, there will be a digital welcome meeting for all new students studying courses in Psychology taught in English. A link to the digital meeting will be sent out before the meeting.