Education Committee

Standing up for your rights as a student.


"The Education Committee works with the core activity of LundaEkonomerna: surveillance of the education. Our mission is to educate, inform and improve all aspects of your education."

The Education Committee is the committee that represents the students at Lund University School of Economics and Management (LUSEM). The purpose of the Committee is to act as a bridge between all students and the school to make sure students have an impact on their education. There are 19 driven students in the committee and our mission is to educate, inform and improve all aspects of the education.

The committee consists of representatives for the Bachelor program, Business Administration, Economics, Statistics, Informatics, Business Law, Economic History, International Bachelor Program and International & Master. Each representative has a seat at the board of the department they represent and there they get the opportunity to discuss the perspectives of the students regarding the education. After these board meetings are held key elements of the discussions are brought up at the Education Committee’s own meetings. The purpose of the representatives is to ensure that students are a part of all important decisions that are made about their education.

Within the committee there are four project groups: Speak Up Days, UU Educates, Student Agents and Visibility. You can read more about what each project group does under the tab “Project Groups”.

Project Groups within the committee

The Education committee is working with many different things, and are therefore divided into four project groups. These are described down below.

Speak Up Days

Speak Up Days is the biggest event that the Education Committee organizes. It is a survey conducted during the fall semester every year. You will meet the Committee in school collecting answers and encouraging students to speak up about their education. The purpose of Speak Up Days is to collect students’ opinions, to learn more about what all of us have to say about our education and what can be improved. The results from the survey are then analyzed by the project group and compiled for the purpose of being presented to each department of the faculty. Last year, 1000 student voices were collected during the Speak Up Days.

The report for Speak Up Days 2016 can be found here

Visibility Group

This project group is responsible for the marketing within the Committee. They run our Facebook page, Instagram account and take care of the marketing of our events. The main task of the Visibility group is to make the Committee and our purpose known to as many students as possible. Reaching out to as many students as possible at the school is vital for the Committee in order to represent and be relevant for all students at LUSEM.

Student Agents-Group

To be a successful link between the students and LUSEM, the committee needs to know what the students think about their education and if any problems should occur. Therefore, we have Student Agents in every class that report to the committee and the institution, should anything come up during the semester. Our representatives, along with these student agents, also hold regular meetings and follow-ups with teachers and course administrators. At the end of each semester, the project group will arrange a “sittning” at Skånis to all the students, for their work to improve the surveillance of the education.

If you want to be a Student Agent or have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!

UU Educates

This project group is responsible for planning and organizing lectures in subjects that we believe are either not sufficiently covered in the courses offered by LUSEM or that give interesting insight into areas beyond general course content in business and economics. Recent lecture topics have been stress management, career boosting, and Excel skills. If you have suggestions for future topics, please let us know by contacting anyone within the Committee.


Our Mission

Gather student opinions

The Education Committee makes several efforts to ensure the opinions of the students at LUSEM are presented to the university. The primary sources of feedback are our Speak Up Days, where students are encouraged to speak up and give feedback about their education. Other sources include feedback from representatives from each course, the so called student agents. All student agents are volunteers selected in the beginning of each semester and the purpose is to keep close contact with the committee to ensure that issues from each course are followed up. If you would like to become an agent, or know someone who would be a good student agent, please contact us. You can find our contact details at the bottom of this page. Moreover, the Education Committee welcomes continuous feedback from students. This can be done in person through talking to one of the Education Committee members or by sending an email to

Representation at department and board meetings

Whenever a department or a board holds a meeting, the Education Committee sends its representative to join the meeting, raise previously agreed upon issues and report back to the Education Committee. The purpose of the student representative is to ensure that the students’ opinions are heard and taken into account when decisions concerning our education are made.


Project Groups

The Education Committee also consists of enthusiastic individuals who pursue their own projects within the framework of the committee. These projects vary in size and scope and can include everything from simple things to larger projects. You can read more about each project group under “project groups” in the menu.


If you have ANY issues regarding your education, fill in the form through LundaEkonomernas webpage and we will bring it up at our committee meetings, and forward the issue to the institutions. If you’re uncertain this is something worth bringing up or feel uncomfortable, always feel free to speak with Sandra, Project Leader or someone else in the committee. We are always on your side!

Social media and visibility

We are active on Facebook and Instagram, where we post information regarding lectures, student issues and our work. Do not forget to follow us so that you do not miss out on any important information!

During the last few years...

The Education Committee works continuously to support students with different issues related to their education. Here, we list three examples of general and specific issues that we have had an impact on:

- We have, on multiple occasions, been able to move dates for exams when problems with the schedule, for instance, have occurred.
- We were able to grant access for students to the LUSEM facilities around the clock, seven days a week, during the spring and fall semester of 2016.
- We were able to change the procedure for those students at the Bachelor’s program, so that the requirements of applying at for each semester were replaced with a simple confirmation of participating at liveatlund.

How are you?

Take the Survey!

Student Rights at Lund University

Lund University has a list of student rights that all personel working at Lund University needs to follow, including teachers, people working with administration and other staff members. These rights are attached below.

Frequently asked questions

Question: How long do I have to wait for the result for on an exam?
Answer: According to the List of Rights page 7, grades on examinations shall be published at the latest 15 working days after the examination, and no later than two weeks before the re-sit.

Question: What do I do if I am displeased with a group member in a school project?
Answer: Talk to the person responsible for the course as soon as possible, the sooner you react the better the chances to handle the issue. In scenarios where the member does not take the critique seriously, the member can actually risk to be rejected from the group.

Question: When should I receive the schedule for the courses that I will take the upcoming semester?
Answer: According to the List of Rights page 5, you have the right to receive the schedule for the whole semester at least one month before the courses starts

Question: I am not pleased with the course, how can I report this?
Answer: According to the List of Rights page 8, the school need to provide a course evaluation for all students participating in the course. This needs to be carried out in a way that encourages the students to answer the evaluation.

Otherwise, if the course is not at all satisfying, you can always turn to 1) the course responsible at your department or 2) to us in the education committee and we will try to help you the best way possible.

If you have any questions, please contact us

List of rights

As a student at Lund University you have different rights. This is gathered in a document signed by the Vice-Chancellor, that applies to all programmes and courses at the University. This list of rights contains:

• Study environment
• Registration of course participation and exam results
• Course planning and timetabling
• Compulsory course components
• Examination
• Degree projects
• Course evaluation
• Responsibility

Rättighetslistan-1  List of rights-1


We want to help you

More questions?

If you have any further questions about the Education Committee or if you feel that there is anything in your education that you think needs to change, or is particularly good, please do not hesitate to contact us through the webform or through email.

If you have any questions regarding our projects, please contact the responsible project leaders.

Best regards,
The Education Committe – On your side!

A word from our Project Leaders

Isak and Molly are the project leaders of the Education Committee. Together with the 17 representatives they keep a close relation with the students and act as the linking body between them and the University.

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Why Education Committee?

We are proud of the fact that our committee have members that all strive for a better education. We work closely together and use the input from all students of LUSEM to communicate with teachers, professors and the institutions’ boards. With this close relationship that has been built throughout the years, most of the problems that a student will face, can easily be solved. Our aim is to continuously strengthen the relationship between the school and the students.

Our positions are extremely educational and interesting, and we both believe in having an easy going approach, in order to achieve a fun yet serious atmosphere with consistently high motivation.


What can the Education Committee do for you?

Our representatives are here to represent you as a student in all the different departments at the faculty. The Education committee is LundaEkonomerna’s biggest committee with 19 truly talented individuals who all do everything in their power to improve your education here at Lund University School of Economics and Management.

Please, do not hesitate to contact any of us with your questions regarding your education, or, you can of course apply to join this amazing committee!



You can always come talk to us regarding questions or anything about your education. We are here for you!

Isak Edvardsson
Project Leader


Molly Backman
Vice Project Leader


Johanna Marcusson
Head Representative Business Law


Ebba Pettersson
Head Representative Business Administration

Hanna Hultemark
Representative Business Administration


Viktor Bergström
Representative Business Administration


Elin Stakeberg
Head Represenative International Business

Céline Pattyranie
Representative International Business

Herman Kuntscher
Head Representative Statistics

Amanda Magnusson
Head Representative Economics

Linnea Lundmark
Representative Economics

Emma Warnerman
Head Representative Bachelor Programme

Emma Lundblad
Representative Bachelor Programme

Tove Ljungberg
Representative Bachelor Programme

Fabian Gutjahr
Head Representative International & Master

Jana Lange
Representative International & Master

Olivia Hill
Head Representative Economic History

Nicole Engberg
Head Representative Informatics

Samer Abdulreda
Representative Informatics