The school is part of Lund University and the Faculty of Engineering. It's located in A-huset (the A-building) at LTH-campus in the north-east part of central Lund.
We offer three education programmes:
- A five-year programme in Architecture, 300 hp (ECTS Credits), open for Swedish and Nordic students, leading to a Master in Architecture (in Swedish Arkitektexamen).
- A two-year Master programme in Architecture, 120 hp (ECTS Credits), open for Swedish, Nordic and international students with a Bachelor Degree in Architecture, leading to a Master in Architecture with a Specialisation in either Advanced Architectural Design, or Spatial Experiments, or Human Shelter/Urban Space.
- A two-year Master programme in Sustainable Urban Design, 120 hp (ECTS Credits), open for Swedish, Nordic and international students with a Bachelor Degree in Architecture, or Landscape Architecture, or Physical Planning, or Urban Design, leading to a Master in Architecture with a specialisation in Sustainable Urban Design.
There are about 400 students at the school every year. All students are offered good working facilities an adjustable working space of their own. There are three fully equipped computers in every studio (12-15 students). The school has a well-equipped wood workshop, a digital fabrication lab and a Library for Architecture and Design with a large collection of books and magazines.
Most of the courses in our programmes are given by the staff of the Department of Architecture and Built Environment, where about 100 persons are doing education and research. There are also other departments teaching in our courses. Tutorials are also frequently given by practising architects.
Exchange students are most welcome to Lund School of Architecture. All courses at the master level are given in English. Exchange students must observe the academic requirements and verify that they are qualified for a course with supporting documents. All students are expected to have a full time study plan of 30 ECTS Credits each semester during their study period at Lund University. Exchange students can choose freely among courses, but the number of places in courses can be limited.