All students, also programme students, must apply to all courses, even to required courses within programmes. You must also respond to your letter of acceptance. More information.
It may be possible to apply to courses even after the deadline. Late applicants are admitted if there are places left after the regular admission is completed. Late admission is done in order of application time. Late application is done via the instructions under the heading How to apply.
Please note, that in all e-mail contact with us, state your name, person number and the course it concerns.
We use web registration via the Student Portal for all our courses.
Web registration can be done between certain dates which you see once you have logged in to the Student portal. You can also find the dates on your letter of admission (the second one).
After that, we register you formally in Uppdok. This is done on three occasions - just before the course starts, one week into the course and after the registration deadline, approximately 2 weeks into the course. Ergo - if you have web registered early, you will be formally registered before the course starts.
If you are admitted with a condition, the student counsellors will check your background. If it's ok you will be registered, if it's not ok, the counsellor will contact you.
As a student here you need a student account (UpUnet-S-konto), apply for it when you register in the Student Portal if you have a pin code. More info about UpUnet-S. If you have been admitted late and don't have a pin code, please use the form that you can find at the Student Portal.
If you want to deregister you must report to the Student Office IMMEDIATELY!.
As important as it is to register to courses you take, as important is it to ask us to remove your registration, if you change your mind about taking the course.
If you terminate your studies within three weeks after the course has started, we will remove your registration and you will be able to apply to the course again.
If you terminate your studies after three weeks after the course started, we will make a note of termination for that course in Uppdok (the student register at Uppsala university). This means that you cannot get any results reported for the course and you cannot apply to the course again. If you want to take the course later on, you can talk to a student counsellor about it. In case the class isn't full, it is possible to remove the note and you can re-register for the course.