application and admission

Exchange students should contact our Exchange Co-ordinator.

Incoming exchange students

We only have national admission to our courses and our master programme. Please note that all applications are made in Swedish through the Swedish online application system: www.antagning.se.

After the application deadlines the application to Uppsala University’s courses closes. If there are spaces left in the courses and programmes, they will open for late application in mid-July and mid-December respectively, after the first notification of admission. Late applications are handled by the university in the order they are submitted, and as time permits.

Once your receive your first Notification of Selection Results you must reply to your offer to keep your place on the course. This also applies if you are admitted with condition.

Students that are conditionally admitted - see information below.

Registration and re-registration

Admitted students must register online in the Student Portal. If you do not register in time you will loose your place on the course. Information about dates can be found in the Student Portal.

Students that are conditionally admitted with other conditions than fee conditions, cannot register but will be registered by the department if the conditions are fulfilled by the time the course starts. If you are a fee-paying student, you will receive information from the university on how to pay your fees after the final selection.

  • Inform the Course Administrator no later than the deadline for registration if you intend to take the course.
  • Provide the Course Administrator with documentation that you fulfill the requirements no later than the course start.

Re-registration on a course is subject to availability when then course start and done by contacting the Course Administrator.

termination of studies

If you decide to discontinue on a course within three weeks after the course starts you can apply for the course again in the future. If you terminate your studies three weeks or more after the course you cannot apply to the course again. However, if you want to take the course another semester it is possible to re-register for the course, subject to availability. You can register your discontinuation in My Ladok via the Student Portal.

examinations

An examination is an oral or written test that you take during or at the end of a course to demonstrate the knowledge you have acquired in the subject. If you fail to pass an exam you are able to try again at a later date by sitting a retake exam.

Written examinations

You must always register through the Student Portal no later than 12 days before the date of examination. When registered, you will receive a code that you use instead of your name as the examinations are marked anonymously by the teachers. You must bring a valid form of identification to the exam hall.

Please read about of the University's general information and guidelines on examinations and exam halls.

Arrangements can be made at the exam for students with disabilities and who have received a written approval letter with recommendations from the University's co-ordinator. It is important to contact the department with the approval letter at the start of the course.

degree

Once you have completed your studies relevant for a degree you can apply for a degree certificate. Students graduating in the spring can join the Diploma Ceremony which is held every year in November. The Ceremony is for students at to the Faculty of Social Sciences and arranged by the Department of Business Studies.

Contact Course Administrator

Central university information