Novice Committee

During our events you will have the opportunity to make friends for life.


"We make sure that the new students at LUSEM get the best welcome to Lund they could possibly get. With one of the most intense weeks you will experience in Lund, we provide everyone participating with an unforgettable time during which you get to know your future classmates."

What is the Novice Committee?

The Novice Committee consists of 12 members that work throughout the year to plan and form the Novice Week that starts both of the semesters at LUSEM. The Novice Committee are also the ones in charge during the week. You can spot us by looking for the bright shade of blue shirts.

Who do we work with?

The Novice Committee could not operate without its very important mentors, so called “Faddrar”. The Faddrar are in charge of the new students on a more personal level. A novice group usually consists of about 20 novices, and 4 faddrar. The recruitment of faddrar usually takes place in the middle of the semester, and it is a great way of making new friends.

During the Novice Week, there are plenty of activities and events where you could help out by being a “staffare”. Staffing for the Novice Week lets you participate in the week in a smaller scale, and is perfect for anyone who does not have the time to commit to being a fadder or being part of the committee.

The Corporate Relations Coordinators role

The Corporate Relations role in the Novice Committee is about the communication with our sponsors. It involves discussing existing deals with our sponsors, finding new sponsors, and of course – making sure that their participation during the week works well for both parts.

The Marketing Coordinators role

As Marketing Coordinator you will be in charge of creating posters, films to promote activities, and capturing different events on camera. They are also in charge of the exposure of the Novice Committee on social media. This role involves a tight cooperation with The Marketing Group.

The Social Activities Coordinators role

The Novice Week would be nothing without the games and activities during the days. As Social Activities Coordinator you work closely with staffers, other committees and companies to make sure that games and competitions work smoothly.

The Events Coordinator role

The Novice Week ends with a bang. The last night of the Novice Week is when the magic Gala happens. There is nothing more iconic to the student life in Lund than a well planned and executed sitting. As Events Coordinator you will be in charge of the Gala – a three course dinner with an incredible follow-up party.
The Novice Party following a few weeks later to round up the entire Novice Period is when Novices become true LundaEkonomer. All members of LundaEkonomerna are invited to this magical night at the end of the Novice Period.

The Internal Relations Coordinators role

As Internal Relations Coordinator, your job is to handle communication with faddrar, planning internal events throughout the semester and making sure that the administrive parts function well.

LE Party - This is us

"The magical night where the novices will become true LundaEkonomer"



We have all been Novices. A lot of us came from somewhere else and had no idea of what a sittning or eftersläpp was. Isn’t the ceiling at Skånis always covered with aluminum? What is a committee, really? How do I speak up? What is the difference between CC and CRC? I have heard something about going on a tandem from Gothenburg all the way back to Lund, is that even possible? A case, what is that? But most import: can I hang at skånis even though I’m not an active member?

The questions are many and the Novice week of VT18 is approaching, this means we will soon have new confused novices running around in school. We want to give them the answers and paint them the right picture of our union.

During a year with our union we experience career fairs, listening to inspiring speakers, solving cases, playing soccer and dress up with our finest clothing for a sittning. We have the privilege to do this with all fellow lundaekonomer. It is all of us together as individuals that makes LundaEkonomerna as great as we are. We are more than just a union.

The 2nd of February is the night that all the novices will become a true Lundaekonom and be a part of us. The setup of this night will be something different, the involvement of the ones attending will be something new. This event will be a sittning like never before, belive us!

Tickets are out now and can be found HERE!

Attend the event on facebook for more info CLICK HERE TO GET THERE! 

Whom?: All LundaEkonomer
Where?: Grand Hall AF-Borgen

Dinner with alcohol 395:-
Dinner without alcohol 325:-


If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us:

"Do you want to be a part of The Novice Week and give our new LUSEM students the best start possible in Lund? Then you should apply for Fadder!"

To be a Fadder

To be a Fadder is a great responsibility but also great fun! You are the first students at LUSEM that the Novices meet and their first face of LundaEkonomerna. You get to be a role model and show them around Lund, how great our student life is and tell them what they need to know before school starts.

As a fadder you will make sure that about 20 new students get a novice week that they will never forget and that they feel like they belong in Lund and in LundaEkonomerna.



Everyone who applies to become Fadder will get to meet the Novice Committee at an audition. You need to prepare a performance (SPEX) or a movie to show us why you should get the chance to become FADDRAR. The movie needs to be finished and prepared to show us at the audition. You will have 5 to 1o minutes to show us this and afterwards we will ask you some interview questions.

Apply to be a fadder
The application to be a fadder for the Novice Week HT18 will open up in April 2018.


If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us:


The registration for the Novice Week of HT18 will open in May.

Have you been accepted to Lund University School of Economics and Management this spring? Congratulations! Make sure to register for The Novice Week to start off your time in Lund the best way possible!

Have you been accepted to Lund University School of Economics and Management?

Congratulations to you who just received a spot at Lund University School of Economics and Management! We guarantee that you have an amazing time ahead of you at one of Swedens best schools of economics and management, with its well known student life!
To kick start your time as a student in Lund the Novice Committee invites you to The Novice Week.

The Novice Week Fall 2018

The Novice Week takes place in Lund between Monday, 27th of August until Saturday the 1st of September. It is an intensive week with a great variety of activites, all of them focusing on you getting to know as many of your new class mates as possible, and of course having a whole lot of fun!

More than 300 students participate in the week where you will be divided into groups of approximately 20 people each. There are experienced students acting as mentors (faddrar) during the week, and they will show you all the best sides of the ”Lunda-life”.

To read more about the activities and what you can expect from being a Novice at LUSEM, please read The Novice Guide for the Novice Week VT18 by clicking on the picture below.

We really look forward to see you Monday the 27th of August!

Main Sponsors of the Novice Week


What is included in the Novice Week?

  • 6 Days of activities
  • 4 Nights out at different nations in Lund
  • 4 Legendary afterparties at Skånis
  • A fabulous three course sittning
  • Outfit composed by your fadders
  • Breakfast every morning of the week
  • BBQ on Saturday
  • Lunch on Thursday


  • 950kr (Alcohol on the sittning + Welcome Pub)
  • 900kr (Without alcohol on the sittning + Welcome pub)
  • 850kr (Alcohol on the sittning – Welcome Pub)
  • 800kr (Without alcohol on the sittning – Welcome Pub

More info about Welcome Pub here.

Please note: This event is not for master students.


To be able to attend the Novice Week you have to be a member of Studentlund before the week starts. Studentlund gives you everything the student life in Lund has to offer combined in one membership. Studentlund consists of all student unions, ”nations” and Akademiska Föreningen in Lund.

How to become a member of Studentlund
  • Go to and register. You should automatically belong to LundaEkonomerna since you are studying at LUSEM.
  • Pay your members fee. The payment needs to be done before the Novice Week starts.
  • Print your payment certificate that you can find at “mitt medlemskap”. You have to bring this to all of our activities during the Novice Week!
  • Download the app “Studentkortet” and register. You now have your student card digitally!
  • Whenever you are ready to choose “nation” in Lund, you go there to get registered. They will order your physical student card to your chosen address.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact

PS. Do you want to get in the Novice-week-mode right here, right now? Then make sure to watch the Aftermovie from the HT17 Novice Week!


A word from our General

Erik Söderqvist has participated in all Novice Weeks possible since he started his studies here at LUSEM. He has been a Novice and a part of the Novice Committee for three semesters.

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”The Novice Week gave me a great start to my studies here in Lund, the week made me comfortable that I made the right decision moving away to study, and most of all it gave loads of new friends! Being a part of the Novice Committee is the best decision I have made during my time in Lund, it is amazing to give other new students the opportunity to start their studies the best way possible, just like I had.”
I urge everyone to in one way or another get engaged in our student union. There are so many different committees and activities to get involved in, and in return you receive so much positive energy, knowledge, experience and most of all friends for life!”

Who should consider applying for the Novice Committee?
Anyone who feels like they have something they want to give to the new students. Anyone who wants to be part of an amazing experience where you learn not only to be more confident but also what it is like to befriend hundreds of new students each semester. We are recruiting twice a year and then looking for anyone who who feels alright with being inviting and fun when needed, responsible when necessary, and has an open mind to ideas.



Committee members

For any further questions about the committee or the different roles, don’t hesitate to contact us!

Erik Söderqvist
Project Leader - Collegial

+46 702971629

Rickard Stenswed
Vice Project Leader - Collegial

+46 762413880

Karin Olofsson
Internal Relations Coordinator

+46 709841563

Joel Samuelsson
Events Coordinator

+46 730837220

Louise Jungberg
Events Coordinator

+46 738403322

Hanna Hultemark
Marketing Coordinator

+46 768125990

Johanna Lager
Marketing Coordinator

+46 736504858

Kristoffer Edin
Social Activities Coordinator

+46 760952823

Henrik Hultquist
Social Activities Coordinator

+46 763924956

Johan Gustafsson
Social Activities Coordinator

+46 702572472

Tyra Küller
Corporate Relations Coordinator

+46 762465654

Oliver Cahlin
Corporate Relations Coordinator

+46 707506272