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Linnaeus University is a state university in Smaland region. The university has been named in honour of the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus.
They have a Business Process Control and Supply Chain Management, Master Programme. The programme focuses on logistics and management accounting. The course makes you understand the end consumer, and it takes into account the cooperation and integration need within the organization and with partner companies. After graduating you can find work as Supply Planner, Business Controller, Management Consultant, Business Development Planner, After Sales Logistics Planner or pursue a research career. Language is English and with students from all over the world
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Law courses at LUS. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at Linnaeus University Sweden in Indian Rupees is INR 0 as of 1 Jan 1970.
The Linnaeus University is in Smaland, it is located in two different cities- Kalmar and Vaxjo. In Kalmar there are plenty of beautiful architecture. There is Kalmar castle, cathedral and the museum. So it has some great historical places. There are 4 Swedish football clubs in Kalmar.
Vaxjo on the other hand does not seem to have any interesting locations. There is very little things to do in the city itself. There are a few nightclubs in these cities.
So let us go over the amenities available.
Student Welfare Office:
So their student welfare office takes care of physical and mental health. There is free counselling available for students that are having problems. The common problems they are stress, sleeping difficulties, relationship problems, loss of energy, anxiety, homesickness, etc.
Support for Disability students
They offer help like sign language interpreters, extended time at examinations, help taking notes, etcs. They have adapted alternative examinations for students. Some of the options are using a computer to answer a question or to give the examination in private. There is also a mentor available to support your studies. He gives inspirations and will discuss matters with you. There is also braille available for your studies.
Now let us look at the library. It has 3 study zones and a zone for taking breaks. There are silent zones for individual studies. There are quiet zone available for quiet conversation and there is a social zone for group work and collaboration. The library has student kitchenettes available so you can self-cater your own meals. There are storage lockers available for you to store your belongings. You can book a group room where you can work with your team.
All exchange students are guaranteed accommodation. The Linnaeus University arranges accommodation for exchange students. Aside from this there are no other help provided to regular international students. That is a big problem, as you will have to find your own housing options.
The climate in the area has an oceanic climate. The average temperature is 21 Celsius. There is a slightly colder nights averaging at -5 Celsius .
The University faculty and pedagogy tries to maintain a good relationship with the students. Despite everything, some of the students stated that they were unhappy with quality of the university. There seems to be more focus on the academic side rather than the practical side of your future work. There were also some complains about the teachers not being competent enough and there does not seem to be special facilities.
Each year Linnaeus University offers scholarships to outstanding students from countries that are outside the EU/EEA. You can get up to 100% reduction to your tuition fees.
There is partnership with Erasmus. This programme gives a traineeship scholarship for a period of 2 to 12 months. This will definitely help you find work and look great on your CV.
There is an event called Café Career. Here career counsellors invite different companies to café career. You can make contacts with various types of companies and public administration. This will help you network and build your career. There are also career courses for local students. They offer help interview training and arranged by our professional HR students. The university also helps students start and run business. The university offers cost free guidance, training and inspiration. The university provides you a platform where you can develop a business idea or to develop your personal entrepreneurial drive.
There are many extra-curricular activities. Students organize parties, concerts, trips and fun filled competitions. There are 70 student associations where you can participate in sport events, join in a student orchestra, have a movie session. You can find people with your interests in these groups. There is the Erasmus student network where events are organized for international students. International students also have access to the budy program, where you can ask day to day questions about Swedish culture or get tips and helps about the city you are staying at.
There is a friend family co-ordinator program for international students. They connect you to local families, where you can experience the every day life of regular Swedish people. You can cook together, walk together and go for local sightseeing.
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