Distance learning programmes
Follow the links below to reach more about each programme.
- Master's in Geographical Information Systems programme - this two-year degree programme is taught entirely online and can be studied at either a 100%, 50% or 25% pace of study.
- Master's in Environmental Management and Policy - only the first block of this two-year degree programme is available as a distance learning option, before students must come to the Lund campus to complete the programme. The entire programme, including the first block, can also be studied at the Lund campus. The pace of study is 100%.
- Master's in Religious Roots of Europe - parts of this two-year degree programme are taught through distance learning, however the programme requires campus time and is a joint programme between the Nordic universities of Aarhus, Bergen, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo and Lund. The pace of study is 100%.
Distance learning stand-alone courses
Applying for distance learning studies
The above distance learning degree programmes and stand-alone courses have formal admission requirements (refer to the specific programme or course links for details). Students who wish to apply must follow the formal application process for Bachelor's and Master's studies - you must apply online using the University Admissions in Sweden website (universityadmissions.se) during the national application periods.