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Make contacts and learn all about young leadership, entrepreneurship and business spirit at the same time. You can also be involved in organizing activities for Lund's exchange students, or take part in these activities if you are on an exchange semester yourself. Read more about your networking opportunities here.


Recognized Committees

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With over 100 000 members in 126 countries and territories, AIESEC is the world’s largest student run non-profit organization. The “Future Leaders” on-campus program offers students to a model to develop their leadership potential by engaging in projects and real life workplace experiences. In addition to this, the "Global Volunteer program" provides opportunities to work on an international project aligned with the UN’s sustainable development goals.



ESN Lund is a non-profit student organization which aims at making the experiences of international students in Lund the best possible by organizing fun events (e.g. trips to Stockholm, Lapland, Sea Battle, cottage weekend or sport activities) and helping students with any problems an international student might have.


LUPEF, Lund’s Political and Economic Association

An association that is primarily for students studying pol.mag and pol.kand with the fundamental aim of creating a network of contacts; to encourage political and economic debate as well as monitor the pol.mag and pol.kand students interests.


Personalvetare i Lund

Personalvetare i Lund (PiL) is the association for students in Lund who study the PA program or courses with a focus on Human Resources at Lund University. PiL engages hundreds of members, all of whom are passionate about human resource issues and university life, but primarily they want to function as a meeting place for their members.


Samhällsplanerare i Lund

Samhällsplanerare i Lund (SPiL) is the association for students at the bachelor's program in infrastructure planning at Lund University. Their activities are also aimed at people with an interest in urban and community planning issues. SPiL organizes lectures with different themes, as well as social activities in the form of pubs and sittings.



SjöLund is naval academic association, founded in 1964, striving to be a relaxing escape from work and studies, gathering members around the academic and örlogsmässiga traditions, asserting naval interests, to maintain communication with the active comrades of the fleet and to promote the cohesion between members and the fleet.