Lund's City Council

Lund's City Council

By Julia Finestone, an American exchange student in Hu2 SpykenSpring, 2015. Countries, cities, and towns need legislative bodies to keep order among citizens and create a functional society. Lund is no exception; its governing body is comprised of the City Council, multiple council committees, and boards. In Lund Municipality there are 16 boards, which include amenities such as education, waste management, culture and leisure services, and environmental health...

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Deputy Vice-Chancellor Eva Wiberg

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Eva Wiberg

Professor Eva Wiberg is Deputy Vice- Chancellor at Lund University and has special responsibility for first-, second- and third-cycle education and associated quality assurance. She is also responsible for international affairs. The University Board appoints the Deputy Vice-Chancellor for a maximum term of six years. Professor Wiberg is a professor of Italian. Her research concerns second language acquisition and bilingualism, with a focus on Italian. Eva Wiberg has long experience of teaching and supervision. She is a Dame of the...

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Human Rights

Why We Publish in English

Though Swedish is clearly the first language of Lund (after all, we are in Sweden), English has always been the lingua franca of the non-Swedish academic community. This is why The English International Association of Lund publishes this newsletter with tips and information for readers in English. Readers, probona article and opinions are welcome. Send an inquiry to We publish articles in Swedish or English and have a website: Volunteers Welcome.

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