Engineering and technology
Lund University offers ten international Master's programmes within engineering and technology. Click on the name in the list below to get to the programme webpage where you can read more about the specific programme, find information about the entry requirements, tuition fees and step-by-step instructions on how to apply. You can also download a programme fact sheet directly, using the links below.
Master's programmes in engineering and technology
Biotechnology, fact sheet (PDF 562 kB)
- Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaption
Disaster Risk Management fact sheet (PDF 1,18 MB)
- Embedded Electronics Engineering
Embedded Electronics Engineering fact sheet (PDF 542 kB)
- Energy-Efficient and Environmental Building Design
Energy-Efficient and Environmental Building Design fact sheet (PDF 764 kB)
- Food Innovation and Product Design (Erasmus Mundus Joint Degree Programme - link to external programme web)
Food Innovation and Product Design fact sheet (PDF 671 kB)
- Food Technology and Nutrition
Food Technology and Nutrition (PDF 567 kB)
- Fire Safety Technology (Erasmus Mundus Joint Degree Programme – link to external programme web)
Fire Safety Technology (PDF 527 kB)
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Management (PDF 299 kB)
- Water Resources Engineering
Water Resources Engineering (PDF 608 kB)
- Wireless Communication
Wireless Communication fact sheet (PDF 573 kB)
Master's programmes in other subjects which may interest you
- Physics, Biological Physics and Computational Biology
- Physics, General
- Physics, Material Science
- Physics, Nanoscience
- Physics, Particle Physics
- Physics, Photonics
- Physics, Theoretical Physics
- Synchrotron Radiation-Based Science
Bachelor's programmes in engineering and technology
There are no Bachelor’s programmes offered in English within this subject area.
Studying at the Faculty of Engineering
Knowledge lights up our lives. Those who gain new insights and skills have the world at their feet.
The Faculty of Engineering (LTH) at Lund University opens many doors to new opportunities. Our graduates go on to play important roles in industry, government and not-for-profit organisations, all over the world.
Our teachers and researchers have strong links to society and industry, both locally and internationally. Many of our courses feature guest lecturers and opportunities to visit local businesses in conjunction with course work projects.
The area around Lund and Copenhagen is one of the most expansive regions in Europe, especially within the hightech sectors covered by the Faculty of Engineering. In addition, Lund University will soon be situated next door to two of Europe’s largest research centres, MAX IV and ESS.
As a student you will benefit from highly knowledgeable teachers who are actively involved with the latest developments in their field. You will work with your teachers and fellow students in an informal environment, have access to modern study and laboratory facilities, as well as the opportunity to follow unique research projects at close quarters.
With the Faculty’s more than 50-year long history of research and education excellence, we are well equipped to meet the increasing global demand for more sustainable, connected and user-driven technologies, and to provide our students with the knowledge and skills they need in order to succeed within their chosen field.
An engineering Master’s degree from Lund offers you a competitive advantage on the global job market. Whether you are interested in working within industry, or continuing on with doctoral studies, your time in Lund will prepare you well for the future.