All international students are encouraged to apply in the first admission round. This round takes place many months before the start of the semester and gives students the time they need to prepare. The deadline for the first admission round was January 15.
Missed the deadline and really want to study at the University?
If you missed that deadline, you can apply in the second admissions round, if the course or programme is open for application. However, there are important things to consider:
- The admissions result for the second admission round are published in July, which means that students who require a residence permit for studies in Sweden (non-EU/EEA citizens) will not have enough time to have their residence permit application processed and approved, before the start of the semester.
- The deadlines for scholarship applications for fee-paying students have passed.
- You will have a shorter amount of time to arrange with practicalities, such as insurances, finding housing and planning your travels, before the start of the semester.
The application period is 15 March - 15 April.