Introduction Weeks & Insparken

At Malmö University, there are three introduction weeks: Tjuvkik, the International Introduction Week, and our very own Kick-Off Insparken.


Festmesteriet, who is one of the Student Union’s associations, throws an awesome initiation in the fall semester for all new students at Malmö University. This to give every new student a chance to meet new friends, and get to know Malmö a little bit better. Insparken is for everyone, completely voluntary and without demeaning episodes.

As a new student, this can be the first great opportunity to get to know new people! To take part of the fun and relaxed activities usually works great as an icebreaker. Insparken is for new students only and is entirely planned and executed by experienced students of Malmö University.

During the Insparken you will be sorted into teams according to your faculty and then compete but also party/socialize with the students of the whole university during these two eventful weeks in August/September. The activities are led by the fadders and captains of your team and they can answer all the questions you can think of about the Student Union, university life, Insparken and Malmö.

To keep you updated on what’s happening during Insparken, we suggest that you go to and/or follow Festmesteriet Facebook page.

It is also good to join Insparken’s official Facebook group.

Click here for the Insparken schedule! (Comes out in August)

International introduction week

The International Introduction Week is a moment organised by the University’s International Office and the Union association ESN Malmö (Erasmus Student Network). For more information, go to ESN Malmö’s Facebook.

Do you want to be a buddy or a volunteer and help out with executing the introduction week? Contact ESN Malmö:
E-post |
Webb |
Facebook | Esn Malmö

BE AWARE: all international and exchange students are of course also welcome at and encouraged to attend Insparken.


Tjuvkik, or “sneek peek”, are information moments organized by Malmö University for new students.