In order to keep your study place in the course/programme you need to follow two steps:
- Activate your student account, at the Student Portal
- Register on the course/programme you have been admitted to, through the Student Portal (Studentportalen). Log in to Studentportalen using your student account. Go to Course registration (My Studies) and follow the instructions.
Web-registration period for autumn semester 2020: 4-16 August.
Registration for master and exchange students
The registration process is different for students admitted to Master's programmes in English and for exchange students.
Registration information for each category
Registration - Master students (campus learning programmes in English)
If you have been admitted to a master programme in English the registration is done in two steps:
- Activate your student account
- Registration for students who reside or have arrived to Sweden is to be done during the Introduction Programme on one of the following occasions:
- Tuesday August 25, Zoom at 09:30 – 12:30, more information will be sent by email
- Thursday August 27, Zoom at 11:30 – 12:00, more information will be sent by email
- Monday August 31 at Student Affairs Office (Studentservice)
The information is also available in the Introduction Programme Schedule. You need to be prepared to identify yourself.
Students arriving late must register to the courses no later than 14 September at 10 am.
Registration – Master students (distance learning programmes in English)
If you have been admitted to a master distance learning programme in English the registration is done in two steps:
- Activate your student account
- Send an email to email@example.com, put "REGISTRATION" in the subject line, attach a copy of your passport and state your application number.
The registration for the autumn semester 2020 starts August 4 and ends August 16. The admission office must receive your email no later than August 16.
Registration - exchange students
Registration will take place at the University of Skövde.
The International introduction Programme will introduce you to the university, its facilities and services, and inform you about courses, exams, and academic procedures.
You will be advised about your study plan and given the schedules for all your courses. You will also be guided through practical things such as registration, residence permits, computer and library access etc. Your presence is extremely important, as you will be enrolled at the University during this week.
Conditionally admitted students
Conditionally admitted means that you have on-going university studies and will probably fulfill the eligibility requirements by the start of the course/programme. You must present the appropriate documents to prove your eligibility in order to be able to register to course/programme you have been admitted to.
Final-year student are required to present complete documentation of their bachelor's studies, i.e. original complete academic transcript and official degree certificate(s)/diplomas(s) and translations if this applies by the start of the programme in Sweden.
If you are an international student, please upload or send your documents to UniversityAdmissions.se/Antagning.se as soon as you get them, so that they are registered in the national admissions system when you arrive in Sweden. Also notify firstname.lastname@example.org that there are new uploaded documents to be checked.
Students who have completed bachelor's studies at Swedish universities just need to notify email@example.com when results have been published or degree certificate has been awarded.
First programme meeting
Participate in the first programme meeting with the programme director at the beginning of the semester. This meeting is mandatory. If you cannot come to the first programme meeting, please contact the programme director for another arrangement; otherwise you risk losing your place. Information about the exact date and venue is available in the Introduction Programme schedule.
Admitted students to distance learning programmes participate in an online meeting. Information about the exact date and meeting link is available in the Introduction Programme schedule.