We currently have about 950 members. The members are talented engineering students from the highly regarded programmes Engineering physics, Engineering mathematics and Engineering nanoscience.
Our students primarily gets educated in general, technical problem solving with a broad and diverse base of one or a few of the fields of physics, mathematics, electrical engineering, medicine, materials, and computer science. This gives them a huge head start to understand new problems, something that is very valuable for diverse organizations and companies who value flexible employees.
The F-guild is continuously working to create contact between our members and the industry, in order to give students the best possible opportunities both during and after their studies. We want you as a company to get the chance to meet our future engineers with superior analytical and problem solving skills.
A meeting with us is a perfect oppurtunity for You as company to hand-pick the students suitable to your company profile.
If you are intrested in more information regarding the programmes, the F-guild, and our members, we look forward to hearing from you at this link:
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Engineering physics: is the first engineering programme started at Lund University. Students traditionally undergo extensive education and receive deep theoretical and experimental knowledge in mathematics, physics and technical subjects such as mechanics, control engineering and electronics.Specializations:
Engineering mathematics: is the programme where students study more mathematics than in any other engineering programme. The programme is unique in Sweden and is characterized by the motto "Mathematics as technology." The strong mathematical foundation combined with data- and system scientific knowledge enables students at Engineering mathematics to get an incredible expertise in selected specializations.Specializations:
Engineering nanoscience. Nanotechnology is a key area for the future of Swedish industry and the students of the programme receives cross-border skills in areas such as medicine, biology, physics, chemistry, material science and electronics. Through their interdisciplinary foundation the nanoengineer can connect people with very different scientific or technical expertise.Specializations