Lund University is a prestigious Swedish university. One of northern Europe's oldest universities, it consistently ranks among the world's best. Lund has a rich history of outstanding contributions to society, particularly in the areas of science and technology.
The university was responsible for the creation of the first implantable pacemaker, the development of echocardiography, Bluetooth technology and the invention of the modern-day medical ventilator. Lund was also a pioneer in researching diagnostic ultrasound, which now facilitates countless important medical examinations around the world.
In partnership with Alison, Lund has developed a free Swedish language course. Swedish is spoken by over 10 million people in Sweden and is widely understood in neighbouring countries such as Finland, Norway and Denmark. Sweden has a proud literary tradition and learning Swedish will give you access to a thriving modern economy with important trade links throughout Europe.