Autumn term 2019
The registration period is August 5 – 26th for undergraduate level courses
For graduate level courses and the Master’s programme, the registration period is August 5th – September 1st
Once you have received the second admission notification, you must register for the courses you have been admitted to and intend to take. You can do this as of August 5th.
Registration for those who are admitted without condition
If you don’t already have a student account at Uppsala University you first have to create one, read more about how to do this here:
Swedish page: https://www.uu.se/student/valkommen/registrering/
English page: https://www.uu.se/en/students/new-students/registration/
Once you have created a student account you can register for the courses you intend to take. Registration is done via the Student Portal (studentportalen.uu.se) and the registration period for the autumn term of 2019 is August 5-26 for the undergraduate level courses. For graduate level courses and the Master’s programme, the registration period is August 5th – September 1st. In Ladok (student.ladok.se) you will be able to see for yourself if your registration has gone through. If you have any problems with the registration, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration for those who are admitted with condition (VI, AV)
- You must register on the courses you intend to take by sending an e-mail to email@example.com no later than August 26th for undergraduate level courses. For graduate level courses and the Master’s programme the deadline is September 1st. Please include your first and last name, your Swedish personal number and which course/programme it concerns.
- In order for you to be able to keep your place, you must have fulfilled the eligibility requirements no later than September 19th. Notify firstname.lastname@example.org when you meet the eligibility requirements in order to be registered on the course. Do not forget to inform us which course it concerns.
For the Master’s programme the eligibility requirements are a bachelor’s degree and the equivalent of 60 credits (hp) in the subject of economics.