It is not always simple to find somewhere to live in Lund, so you might have to be active and look for yourself in Lund and closeby communities. Don't give up - most of the time it will sort it self out when all the queues have been dealt with.
Here are some advices and links:
AFB - student housing in Lund
AFB (Akademiska föreningens bostäder) is the main provider of student dorms and apartments.
> link to AFB
Bopoolen (Housing pool)
Bopoolen is run by students and is usually a good complement to AFB.
> link to Bopoolen
A third alternative is to sign up at studentlya.nu
> link to studentlya
Student housing via the "nations"
The nations are student association which do rent out apartments and rooms.
> link to nations (list in Swedish)
LU Accommodation is part of Student Services at Lund University and offers housing for international students. This is primarily for exchange students but all international students can apply.
> link to LU Acommodation
Other possible providers of housing
There are other "private" or public providers of housing. Many live outside Lund, since the commuting distances are short (Malmö - 15 minutes, Kävlinge - 10 minutes, Landskrona - 20 minutes and so on).
> link to list of other providers
NOTE: Do ask earlier exchange students who have been in Lund for advice - there are usually a number of "underground" ways of finding housing. Ask your coordinator at your home university for contact information to earlier students.
NOTE 2: Do arrive early to the welcome day and put your name down for housing that are or will become available during the day.
On the behalf of Lund University and county I would like to apologize for the inconvenience this housing situation might cause you!