Welcome to the Department of Economics! Here you will find practical information to give you a smooth start with us. If you cannot find what you are looking for here or at the Stockholm University website, you are welcome to contact us. You can use the list below as a checklist.
Congratulations to your admission to a course or a programme!
In order to keep your place take the following steps:
- Accept your admission (the date of deadline will be posted in advance each term)
- Activate you university account
- Register online in Ladok for students
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Studying with a disability
You can apply for targeted study support if you have a medically documented long-term disability. You apply for support in the digital system Nais. If your application is approved you will receive a Nais certificate, which you will need to send to your course administrator as soon as possible, preferably at the beginning of the term/course.
For students with a Nais certicate recommending extended time, the Department of Economics offers 50 percent extra time at written exams and tests. At exams of five hours or longer, a break of 30 minutes, together with an invigilator, is included.
The Department of Economics is located on the Frescati campus, A House, floor 6 and 7.
By public transport
The Frescati campus is just north of central Stockholm and can be reached either by the underground (the stop is Universitetet on line 14 to Mörby Centrum), by bus (no. 50 from central Stockholm or no. 540 from north and north-western suburbs), by train (Roslagsbanan) or by car (E4/18, Norrtäljevägen northbound). From Arlanda Airport it is easiest to take the airport bus to the Central Station, a 30-minute ride, and then take the underground from there.
By car from the city centre
Take the E18 towards Norrtälje. About 2 km after the roundabout Roslagstull, you can see the light blue coloured buildings of the Södra huset, as soon as you go under the train bridge. Turn right after the petrol station, continue straight on towards the parking area.
You will get help with:
- Academic advising and labour market information
- Need of special pedagogical support
- Crediting and eligibility assessment
Last updated: May 17, 2023
Source: Department of Economics