Summer Research: Lund University

Located in southern Sweden, just 40 minutes from Copenhagen, Lund University gives international exchange and study abroad students the chance to experience an education from one of Scandinavia’s largest and oldest universities, a style of teaching that facilitates independent thinking, research and group work, and a study destination without the language barrier, as English is widely spoken here. The research placements are open to engineering students and students of Pharmacology and Toxicology.

Engineering students can participate in projects in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Material Engineering, Structural Engineering, Engineering Science, Chemical Engineering. Some projects may be open to students in environmental sciences, biology, microbiology and computer science.

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Pre-approved credits: PCL397Y0

Departmental approved pathways: Engineering placements not-for-credit (You do not pay U of T tuition).

Research projects:

Engineering students: Faculty of Engineering, program dates May 5 – June 30, 2021

PCL students: Faculty of Medicine

Funding: PCL students can apply for Globalink Research Award. Successful GRA applicants will not be considered for $3000 CIE funding and IE Award because the GRA amount is greater of the two.

  • Subjects Available at Host: Applied Science and Engineering, Arts and Science
  • Program Type: Research
  • Accepting Applications: No
  • Application Deadline: December 3, 2020
  • Timeline: 8-12 weeks, May - August
  • Country: Sweden
  • City: Lund
  • Institution: University
  • Language of Study: English
  • Level of Study: Undergrad
  • Credit: Varies
  • Open to Programs at UofT: Applied Science and Engineering, Arts and Science (St. George), Arts and Science (UTM), Arts and Science (UTSC)
  • Tuition & Incidentals: Paid to UofT
  • Program Fees: No fees
  • Funding: $3000 + Possibility of IE Award OR Globalink Research Award
  • Eligibility Requirements: Minimum cGPA 2.5 and 2+ years of study completed