If you cannot register yourself
(Note: exchange students do not need to register in Ladok; they are admitted through an agreement between the two universities involved.)
In a few cases, you cannot register yourself; you have been conditionally admitted, or you have been admitted lately, or you have applied for a course that has for different reasons been excepted from the normal way to register.
- Admitted with conditions
If you are conditionally admitted, you need to contact the study counsellor (if programme) or course director (if course) as soon as possible. Contact information to the study counsellors can be found here, and the course directors can be found on the course page in Studium.
- Late applications
If you have applied so late that the deadline for registration has passed, you cannot register yourself. You need to contact the course administration as soon as possible, in order to keep your spot and be registered for the course. Here you will find contact information for the course administration.
If you have applied for one of these courses:
1) If you are not a programme student, but have been admitted to the course as a freestanding course, you cannot register yourself. In order to keep your spot and be registered for the course, you need to contact the course administration no later than 15 August, email@example.com.
1GV014 Dynamics of Earth Systems: Global Change, 10 credits
1GV015 Analytical Methods in Earth Science, 10 cr.
1HY111 Hydrochemistry, 5 cr.
1ME404 Climate Variations, 5 cr.
1GV006 Presentation and Publication, 5 cr.
1GV054 Exploration and Environmental Geophysics, 15 cr.
1HY013 Statistics and Data Analysis Methods, 5 cr.
1GE039 Applied Geoinformatics for Earth Sciences, 5 cr.
2) For some Degree Projects, Project Works etc., you can apply and be admitted, but will not be registered before you have a project plan accepted by the department.