Welcome to DSV!
Information regarding how COVID-19 is affecting your studies during autumn 2021.
Studying at DSV autumn 2021
It is important that you decline your offer as soon as you know you will not attend. Please decline your place at universityadmissions.se. Log on to your account and follow the instructions. Please do not contact the Department in this matter.
Enrolment for the 1st semester
Your place will automatically be confirmed when you enrol. It is not possible to accept your place in any other way than via enrolment between the dates below.
New student (starting a new programme or a new course)
- To be able to enrol in our administrative system Daisy and start your studies at DSV, you need to activate your University Account.
Use the one-time code you will receive via email in August. Note! The code is only valid one week from when you received the email!
Note! When you get "Congratulations" at your University Account: Do not continue to web registration! Go back to this list and continue with point 2 below.
- Now you are ready to enrol in Daisy here
- To be able to access the premises in the Nod Building, you need to have an access card. It will take a few days to make the card. Please start the process directly when you have enrolled in Daisy. Read how to get an access card under "Access card" below.
If you start the 2nd or 3rd semester of a master’s programme register direct in Daisy here
Introductory information sessions
When you start a new programme at DSV, the programme coordinators will welcome you to an introduction day at Campus Kista. If your programme is a distance programme, the introduction sessions will be held online.
Timetable for the information sessions
You will need to obtain an access card to be able to enter DSV's facilities. The card give you access to the student floor (2nd), computer rooms and group rooms. The access card is mandatory and must always be worn when you are in the Nod Building. Remember that you have to be enrolled before you can get an access card. Distance students can get an access card in some cases.
Order your access card
In the beginning of August, you will find information here about how to order your access card.
Rules for use of the access card
The card must be handled as a document of value:
- It is not permitted to lend someone else your card.
- It is not allowed to let others who do not have cards enter the premises.
- Wait until the door is closed behind you to prevent unauthorized entry.
Anyone without an access card will be ejected from the premises by security guards.
Problems with your access card
Send an error report to email@example.com
Provide this information in your email:
- Access card number (located on the back of the card)
- Error description - which door you tried to open and when you tried to open the door.
Lost access card
If you lose your access card, the cost will be 120SEK to get a new card. If your card is broken, you will get a new one without paying the card fee.
Order a new access card:
- First, pay 120SEK at Kårexpeditionen on floor 2
- To order a new card: Email your digital receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state your SU-username in the email.
Study platform iLearn
The study platform will open the week of the semester start. The date of the week when your courses open depends on the courses’ start date.
FAQ semester start
I am accepted with a condition. What's the next step?
If you are accepted with a condition, you cannot enrol online. An eligibility check has to take place first.
Be sure to finish your Bachelor’s degree if you are admitted with condition
You have to show proof that the condition has been fulfilled no later than the last enrolment day.
Please submit via email, or bring, the original document as well as a complete transcript of courses.
- You must always submit your certificate/diploma in the official language of the country where you have studied. If this language is not Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, English, French or German, you must also provide an official translation of the certificate/diploma. The translation should be in Swedish or English.
- If you haven’t obtained you degree yet, you must bring an official document stating that all credits in your transcript meet the requirements and that you will obtain the degree later.
Contact: Student counsellors email@example.com
Where do I find my timetable?
When you are enrolled, you will find your timetable in Daisy under "Timetable"
Before you are enrolled, you can find timetables for all courses here
Note that the timetables may change until the course starts.
Where do I find information about my courses?
I am on the reserve list. What happens next?
The Department practices excess admission, which means that normally we do not call for reserves. If places are available, the Department will contact the student, via email, in numerical order according to the reserve list.
Study with a disability
Stockholm University welcomes students with any disability. The aim is to give students at Stockholm University equal rights and opportunities regardless of disability.
Here below you can read about how to proceed in order to get support and adaptations when studying with us.
Here you will find information about disability support at Stockholm University
Campus Kista - facilities in the Nod Building
DSV is located in the Nod Building - a Campus with specially designed premises, a modern study environment, several IT-labs and large lecture halls with the very latest technology.
Opening hours and access to the premises in Nod
You will need an access card to access the student floor. Read instructions above.
Student floor 2 is open for students 7:00 – 21:00 (7 am - 9 pm).
All entrances of the house are open 7:30 – 17:30 (7.30 am - 5.30 pm). During this time, you can access the student floor 2 from elevator E, A, C and D, see map.
After 17:30 (5.30 pm) and on weekends
Shared Space, the large open area on the entrance floor, closes at 17:30 (5.30 pm). Please be aware of the closing time and leave Shared Space well in advance.
After the building entrances are closed, you can access the student floor via elevator C, Borgarfjordsgatan 6C and D, Kista Gårdsväg 1. The street number is visible on the wall of the entrance.
DSV’s card readers are marked "Axlås".
Orientation maps of the premises
Student Floor, 2 (1895 Kb)
Lecture halls and students group rooms
Find information about your lecture rooms in your schedule in Daisy.
Information screens with current schedule are situated outside of each room.
When there are lectures with large groups of students, the rooms might be linked. When this is the case, the lecture has more than one room listed in the schedule. The teacher will be in one room and the other rooms are connected via link. You can choose to sit in any room.
Evacuation and fire protection measures
Here you will find important information on what to keep in mind in the event of an evacuation of the Nod Building. Please take all alarms seriously and evacuate immediately even if you do not perceive any danger in the vicinity.
The Department is actively working to reduce our environmental footprint. We are working on areas like usage of energy, waste management, travel and transports. We have the possibility to make a difference through our major areas: research, education and cooperation with society around us.
Environmental plan of action at DSV: Miljöhandlingsplan 2021 (70 Kb) (in Swedish)
If you have questions, thoughts and suggestions about the environmental work at DSV, please contact the environmental group!
You will receive important information from the student counsellors and student affairs office via email. Please make sure that your email client approves of emails from Stockholm University and DSV (dsv.su.se). And check your spam-box regularly.
Questions regarding enrolment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone hours and reception hours for the student affairs office
Questions regarding your studies and conditional acceptance: email@example.com
Phone hours and reception hours for the master student counsellors
Last updated: April 20, 2021
Source: Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, DSV