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Applying after the deadline

Kindly note that it is still possible to submit a late application to some of our courses and programs at universityadmissions.se

How to submit a late application

You can easily find out whether or not a course/programme is still open for a late application by the Add-button next to it showing its current status.

If you are an international student outside EU/EEA/Switzerland please keep in mind that it is extremely important for you to submit a complete application in time. This since visa processing times are quite long at present. Moreover you are required to pay a tuition fee and you might be looking forward to get an answer for a scholarship.

Selection process for late applicants

Late applications are processed once the second selection round is completed.

Key dates

Please review the programme entrance requirements and then apply at the national website.

International students without EU/EEA citizenship
Application: closed 
Application will open: October 2018
Apply at www.universityadmissions.se
Program code: GU-63999

EU/EEA freemover /non-Partner students and Swedish students
Open for late application
Apply either at www.universityadmissions.se or at www.antagning.se
Program code: GU-15898


No fees for EU/EAA citizens.

If you have a citizenship in a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) country, or Switzerland, you are not required to pay application or tuition fees.

Tuition and applications fees.

For students outside EU/EEA, please review the application and tuition fees statement on the University of Gothenburg's programme web page.

Applying to individual courses

Admissons also open for other students not on the programme, as long as the course entrance requirements are met. Please review

regular programme courses, and

elective courses offered by the programme


(For eligibility, see Entrance Requirements. Note especially that students with an undergraduate degree in linguistics, cognitive science, languages, philosophy, software engineering, information technology or mathematics need to show a background in either programming or formal linguistics corresponding to 30 hec, half a year full-time study.)

Selection among eligible students is based on

  • grades obtained in previous courses
  • the appropriateness of previous courses for studies in language technology
  • a personal statement

The personal statement should explain clearly the motivation for choosing this programme, your relevant academic background, and what you hope to do after taking our programme.

Other documents in support of the application may also be submitted, particularly written work such as project work or papers/theses that you have written for courses. For work not written in English or Swedish please submit in the original language with a summary in English.

Contact Information

MLT study adviser, programme coordinator and education coordinator


Visiting Address:
Olof Wijksgatan 6

Admissions open for late applications

Apply now at:

For students from EU/EEA countries and others not in need of a resident permit.

No fees for EU/EAA citizens.

If you have citizenship in a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) country, or Switzerland, you are not required to pay application or tuition fees.

Page Manager: Monica Havström|Last update: 5/2/2017

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