If you are a new student
Study mentors help you with study techniques and academic aspects. They can assist you in everything from discussions about scientific concepts to tips about how to prepare for an exam. Mentor meetings are complementary activities to your ordinary programme studies. The meetings are led by a "mentor", an experienced student who has successfully finished the relevant course. Please note that mentors cannot and are not supposed to take the role of teachers. Dates and times for mentor meetings are usually published through LiveatLund.
Mentor meetings are volunteer, informal and promoting an atmosphere where there is no such thing as "stupid questions". You can influence the content of those meetings. If you take part in mentor meetings regularly, you get a better chance of successfully finishing your studies and receiving high grades. Another advantage is that you will meet your classmates more often, learn new study techniques, master group work, and develop critical thinking.
There are no limits or requirements to become a mentee - everyone is welcome!
There are currently no active mentor groups. If you would like to become a mentee or a mentor, please contact your Student Advisor.
General Study Guidance Service
The Study Guidance Service offers guidance and information prior to making educational and professional choices.
The Academic Support Centre
The Academic Support Centre (ASC) aims to foster and promote good communication and study practices among students across Lund University.