Experimental and Industrial Biomedicine, Bachelor's programme - information for admitted students

Welcome to Linköping University’s bachelor’s programme in Experimental and Industrial Biosciences!

Please be advised that the following page will be updated after the national admissions round in June.

It is our great pleasure to congratulate you on having been accepted to the first international bachelor’s programme to be taught at Linköping University (LiU). We are looking forward to greeting you on University Hospital Campus in Linköping. 

Roll call and practical information 

On August 19th, 9.00-11:30 the programme will start with a mandatory roll-call. The roll-call will be held in Hasselquistsalen, entrance 76, Campus University Hospital, Linköping University. You will be welcomed by the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and by the programme. You will also get some useful practical information.  If you do not attend the roll-call, your admission will be cancelled and you will not be able to start your studies at this particular programme. 

As programme director, I welcome you to an exciting intellectual environment and challenging programme. Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have about the contents of the programme. For concerns on practical matters such as the welcome period, accommodation, visa and insurance issues please contact the university’s International Office. 
 

We look forward to meeting you in August!

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Webinar for newly admitted students to B.Sc Experimental and Industrial Biomedicine

Pre-departure webinar for newly admitted students to the bachelor’s programme in Experimental and Industrial Biomedicine at Linköping University starting in August/September. In this webinar two current student share their experiences of being a student at LiU while the programme director gives advice on what to expect.  

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A detailed syllabus, curriculum, and information on the courses you may take can be found in our study information database via the link below.

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