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Chemistry student in laboratory. Photo: Kennet Ruona.

Apply for your degree certificate

When you have completed your studies at Lund University and meet the degree requirements, you can apply for your degree certificate.

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Register with the University's career portal

All students at Lund University can register with the Careers Service's career portal, Career Hub. Here you can find everything from jobs and internships to career events in Sweden and around Europe.

Get career inspiration or take one of several quizzes to find out what motivates you and what you need to thrive in a future workplace.

Membership of Career Hub is free.

Sign up for a Career Hub membership

Join the alumni network

The Alumni Network is a free professional and social network for all those who have studied or worked at Lund University. It is a great resource for you in your career and it helps you to stay in touch with Lund University, while also making new contacts. Currently, about 46,000 members around the world are a part of our Alumni Network. We encourage you to join, too!

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Starting your own business

Do you have a good idea you want to work on putting into practice? In that case, you may want to invest in starting your own company. As a student at Lund University, you can get help from VentureLab to make your idea into a reality.

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Write a good CV

A well-composed CV is a good and important basis in looking for a job. Start working on your CV while you are still studying, by finding a good CV template and adding content to it as you go along. By working on your CV, you practise describing your expertise and seeing which of your experiences to highlight when applying for different jobs.

Describe your expertise and experiences

In your CV, it is important that you clearly highlight your expertise and tell potential employers what you can contribute. Why should they employ you, in particular? What experiences do you have that are relevant to the position? In addition to your subject knowledge, you may have several generic skills that employers value highly. These skills could be managing projects, organising events, collaborating with others or presenting results. Highlight the expertise that is relevant to the position you are applying for. If you also have relevant professional experience, you should highlight it at the top of your CV.

Describe your education

Once you have listed your qualifications and how you can help your potential employer, you should describe your education. There are studies showing that the significance of the applicant’s degree only makes up a small part of the employer’s total assessment when employing someone. At the same time, a degree may be a requirement to be considered for many positions. It is therefore a good idea for you to obtain your degree certificate and mention it in your CV.

Get input on your CV

When you have completed your CV and your personal cover letter, it can be a good idea to ask for input from people in professional life. They can help you to see your CV from the perspective of an employer.