First and second cycle education
In this section you can find guidelines, steering documents and regulations that apply to first and second cycle education at the Faculty of Social Sciences. You also read about different sorts of support for educational development.
Steering documents and regulations
All documents open in a new taab.
The faculty’s procedures for course and programme syllabi can be found via the link below.
When establishing new course syllabi, use the templates below.
The faculty’s Course Syllabus Committee is also available to provide support for work on course syllabi. For example, you can turn to the Course Syllabus Committee to get feedback on a course syllabus.
- Regulations for first and second cycle course evaluations and course evaluation reports (PDF 256 kB)
- Guidelines for credit transfer from previous first and second cycle studies (PDF 518 kB)
- Guidelines for the processing of personal data in degree projects at the Faculty of Social Sciences (PDF 235 kB)
- Information on grade review (PDF 103 kB)
- Processing of complaints from students concerning first and second cycle education (PDF 2 MB)
More documents in Swedish
With this call for applications the faculty wishes to encourage projects and ideas for development activities that promote education in a broad sense.
Apply to have your teaching qualifications assessed and be admitted to the faculty’s Teaching Academy as a Qualified Teaching Practitioner (QTP) or Excellent Teaching Practitioner (ETP).
To promote educational development, the faculty has produced information material that describes various ways to highlight generic skills in your teaching.
Teaching and learning in a digital world
Lund University provides support for different digital tools used for teaching. On the website education.lu.se you will find information and instructions for digital tools as well as courses and workshops where you can learn more and get tips on how to develop your teaching. You can also subscribe to the Unit for Educational Services' newsletter to stay up to date.
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