Equal opportunities for students
Lund University and LTH has a zero tolerance approach to discrimination, harassment and victimisation. Diversity, equal opportunities and gender equality among students contribute to a positive work environment and high quality in all activities. The Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, LTH, is responsible for compliance with gender equality, equal opportunities and diversity measures. The Subject Area Managers and Heads of Department have the operational responsibility for an environment free from harassment and discrimination.
The Student Welfare Council is a preparatory body for the Management Group for Undergraduate Education, who works proactively to ensure that all students studying at the faculty of Engineering feel included and have the same rights, obligations and opportunities in their studies. The Student Welfare Council works systematically by conducting a psychosocial work and study environment survey every second year, which is sent via e-mail to all students at the faculty. The responses we receive are analyzed, an action plan is drawn up and the work that follows helps us in our work on preventive measures.
In the brochure LTH – A Place for Everyone, you will find information, guidance and support in case you find yourself in a situation where you feel victimised or harassed.
Lund University and LTH have zero tolerance for discrimination and harassment. If you have been subjected to discrimination or harassment, an incident report must be completed and submitted to the Coordinator for students' work environment and equal opportunites.
If you have questions or concerns regarding work environment or equal opportunities, you can always turn to the Coordinator for students' work environment and equal opportunities, who has professional secrecy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact information for Subject Area Managers
Marcus Thern, email@example.com
I, KID, M, MTD, MHET, MID, MLOG, MPRR
Klas Ernald Borges, firstname.lastname@example.org
A, Bi, IBYA, IBYI, IBYV, L, Livs, Rh, TFHS, V, MFIPDES, IMFES, MARK, MEMB, MKAT, MSUD
Carl Grey, email@example.com
B, K, W, MBIO, MLAK, MLIV, MWLU
Björn Landfeldt, firstname.lastname@example.org
BME, C, D, E, IDA, IEA, MSOC, MVAR, MWIR
Carina Fasth, email@example.com
F, N, Pi, TNB, MFOT, MMSR, MNAV, Independent courses, Commissioned training
The Head of Social Affairs at Teknologkåren works on educational policy issues and improving the social environment for students.
The Student Ombudsman offers advice and support when you encounter problems related to your studies.
Visiting address: Sandgatan 2 (AF-borgen), floor 4
In Sweden, there is an authority called the Equality Ombudsman (DO). DO works against discrimination and for everyone's equal rights and opportunities. The authority does this mainly by ensuring that the Discrimination Act is complied with. DO's work applies to all grounds of discrimination. If you have made a report but believe that the university has not done enough, you can get help from the DO to take the matter further. The DO's website contains information and advice on discrimination.
There are several student associations at both LTH and Lund University to get involved in, and get support and advice from.
Some of the associations:
- Projekt sex (P6): promotes sexual health on a physical, emotional and social level.
- FemiLund: a safe place for all Lund students.
- Tamam - friendship without borders: diversity, anti-racism and youth community involvement.