Q&A | English-taught degree programmes
Welcome to join Lund University staff from the Fine and Performing Arts subject area for a Q&A about our English-taught degree programmes.
You will have the opportunity to hear from several staff members who can share info about their programmes, the faculty, academic life, and other opportunities available to you as a Fine and Performing Arts student. You will also have the chance to ask any questions you might have in an open Q&A format.
International Marketing and Recruitment @the International Marketing and Recruitment team at Lund University
Cicilia will be moderating this live Q&A session. She has been working with international marketing and student recruitment since 2016 and has since then helped students from all over the world though the application process. Cicilia is a Lund University graduate.
Programme coordinator at the Performance, Composition and Church music department @Malmö Academy of Music at the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts.
Administration and Exhibition coordinator @Malmö Art Academy at the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts
Evalena works with student administration and gallery coordination at Malmö Art Academy, Lund University. Her background is working in art galleries in the Skåne region for many years and studies in art theory and communications.
Rector and Lecturer @Malmö Art Academy at the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts
Maj Hasager is Rector of Malmö Art Academy. Maj Hasager is also a Danish artist based in Copenhagen. She studied photography and fine arts in Denmark, Sweden, and the UK, earning an MFA from Malmö Art Academy. Hasager’s artistic approach is research and dialogically based, and she works predominantly with text, sound, video, and photography.
Lecturer @Malmö Art Academy at the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts
Youngjae Lih is a Korean Artist and Engineer living and working in Sweden. He holds a Master's degree of Fine Art from Malmö Art Academy and Bachelor of Fine Art from Korea National University of Arts. Previously, he had a career as a Research and Developer engineer in the Semiconductor industry.