What have the Lund students looked like throughout history?

During the jubilee, there will be a travelling exhibition on what Lund students have looked like and what they have studied throughout history. They are fictional but largely represent the students who have attended Lund University.

If you would like to see the travelling exhibition of students, please see the below locations and dates for when it will be on display:

  • University Museum (Kulturen): 13 January–31 December
  • Juridicum: 13 January–28 February
  • Eden: 13 January–1 March and 1 September–1 November
  • LTH students’ union building (Kårhuset): 13 January–13 March
  • Mathematics building: 1 February–31 March
  • Ingvar Kamprad Design Centre (IKDC): 1 February–31 March
  • University Library: 16 February–18 April
  • Biology building: 28 February–28 April
  • M- building: 1 March–28 April
  • Malmö Theatre Academy and Art Academy: 27 March–22 May
  • Geocentrum: 31 March–22 June
  • LTH Study Centre: 31 March–31 May
  • LUX: 18 April–22 June
  • Clinical Research Centre (CRC) in Malmö: 28 April–22 June
  • V building: 28 April–22 June
  • A building: 1 September–23 October
  • School of Economics and Management: 1 September–1 November
  • Biomedical Centre (BMC): 1 September–1 November
  • Health Sciences Centre (HSC): 1 September–2 October
  • Campus Helsingborg: 2 October–30 November
  • Kemicentrum: 23 October–22 December
  • Fysicum: 1 November–22 December
  • Centre for Languages and Literature (SOL): 1 November–22 December
  • Ecology building: 1 November–22 December
  • Malmö Academy of Music: 1 November–22 December

 

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