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Late Registration for Courses and Study Programmes Will Open 15 July

Swedish students and students from EU/EEA/Switzerland only

If you missed the regular application deadline, and do not need a resident permit, you can still apply to some of our courses/programmes on 15 July and during the following weeks at universityadmissions.se or at antagning.se.

International students without EU/EEA citizenship

Application for autumn 2019 is closed if you are an international student outside EU/EEA/Switzerland.

If you are interested in applying for 2020 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. 

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 (at universityadmissions.se or antagning.se)

Please keep in mind to regularly check the email you reported when submitting your application, even your trash bin, to be sure not to miss any notification from us.

What happens next?

Late applicants will be notified by us by email after the second selection round in the middle of August.

Prior to the start of the autumn semester

Those of you who applied to one of our programs in English will receive a welcome message from us during the second week of August containing all information you need about registration, introduction date to your programme, schedule and literature.

Check your spam folder

Important e-mails from the university have been placed in the junk mail folder. Check your spam/junk mail folder so you don't miss welcome letters and information from your courses and programmes! Read more

Page Manager: Monica Havström|Last update: 6/24/2019
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