Study administration systems
Lubas is the database for education at Lund University. It contains information on all of the courses and programmes offered at the University. This information is used in the admissions system NyA, as well as in presentations of courses and programmes at Lund University’s websites, antagning.se and universityadmissions.se. Lubas also contains a support system for establishing and revising course and programme syllabi.
NyA and the NyA web
NyA is the national admissions system that Swedish higher education institutions use to manage a round of admissions. There is also the NyA web – a web tool available to departmental staff. Through the NyA web you can, among other things, find information about a person’s applications, qualifications and submitted documents.
Ladok is the University student registry, containing personal information on all first, second and third cycle students. Ladok contains information about admission, registration, results and degrees. All employees at Lund University can easily access parts of the content in Ladok through the Ladok portal for staff.
Live @Lund is an online study portal offering course and programme management for students and staff of Lund University. The portal offers the opportunity to communicate, discuss and manage one’s courses, such as written assignments, blogs and groups. Live @Lund integrates with a number of other systems, including Ladok, Lucat/StiL, Urkund, and TimeEdit3.
Link is a system that includes several different processes at Lund University, such as Alumni, Fundraising, and the management of incoming and outgoing exchange students. In Link, you can create a call for applications, handle student applications and mobility agreements.
For login details to Link, contact Link Mobility Support, External Relations, at linkmobilitysupport [at] er.lu.se or +46 46 222 40 25 / +46 46 222 17 61.
Student account and the Student Portal
The student account is a system for managing student identities. Every registered student receives a student account.
In the Student Portal, the student will have access to a number of services, such as an email account and the opportunity to store files, register, retrieve their official transcripts, and to apply for a degree.
Sunet Survey is a programme for conducting online surveys, such as course evaluations. Through the programme you can easily create questionnaires and distribute surveys via link or email.
Contact information available on the respective systems’ webpages.