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Here's how much time Lund University students spend studying

The main university building at Lund. Photo: Emil Langvad/TT

Published: 23.Jan.2019 11:35 hrs

Nearly a third of full-time students at Lund University spend ten hours or less a week on independent study, a new study has revealed.

The results come from the Student Baromenter, the first survey carried out into the health, wellbeing and academic conditions across the university since 2000. 
 
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