Rights and responsibilities
Student rights can be about student influence, the students' work environment and much more. This also applies to your examination, which you can read more about in section 5 of the List of Rights.
The Student Unions together with the University have written Lund University Student’s Rights and Responsibilities. In the document you find further information about the regulations that are applicable to how examination ought to be carried out (section 5). Please note that there can be exemptions from these rules at the Faculty level.
Complaints about studies or discrimination
If you are dissatisfied with something related to your studies, you should in the first instance turn directly to the person or persons concerned and in the second instance to the head of the department. At the link below, you can read more about where you can turn if you need support and help with study-related problems.
Discrimination and harassment
Lund University does not accept harassment and sexual harassment. Here is information on what you can do if you as a student were exposed to, or see something that you perceive as, harassment or sexual harassment.
The Student Ombudsman
You can always turn to your student union when you have encountered a study-related problem.