Why work at LUSEM?

Lund University School of Economics and Management

There are few workplaces that are as stimulating as Lund University School of Economics and Management. Working at the School, you are in constant contact with knowledge, new findings, and new generations of students at the beginning of their careers.

Professional development

It is important for us at the School of Economics and Management to be able to offer our employees relevant personal development and career development. We provide our employees with opportunities to extend both their knowledge and skills. Most of the courses we have to offer are free of charge, as it is of course in our interest that you thrive at Lund University.

Research orientation

The School of Economics and Management has a strong research orientation. The research base provides breadth and depth, and is the foundation for the School's teaching and learning, as well as a driving force for the development of the community.

Global Cooperation

Internationalisation is one of Lund University's strategies to achieve the vision of standing among the very best European universities. Lund University cooperates with universities all over the world through bilateral agreements, educational and research programmes, networks and research collaboration. Lund University has over 680 partner universities in over 50 countries and we welcome over 3000 international Bachelor's, Master's and exchange students to Lund every year.

We view internationalisation as an intertwined part of all activities. The breadth and depth of our MSc programmes is unique and more than half of the enrolled students at the MSc programmes are international. Over the past five years, we have moved forward in our international research projects and we currently focus our international regional activities in Africa and East and Southeast Asia, in addition to our historical strengths in Scandinavia and within the rest of Europe.

Saonee Sarker works as a Professor in Informatics at LUSEM.