Have you been admitted to a course or programme at the Department of Public Health Sciences? Her you may find some useful links and information about things that are good to know for new students at Stockholm University.
Due to the current situation with the corona pandemic, all teaching at the Department of Public Health Sciences will be held online during the first period of the spring term 2021, from January 17 until March 22, 2021. Decision regarding the teaching structure during the second half of the spring term will be taken later, depending on the status and development of the corona pandemic.
Q&A on the coronavirus for newly admitted students
Information for international students who have applied to Stockholm University through Universityadmissions.se and have been admitted for studies commencing in autumn 2020. The FAQ will be updated when there are new regulations and directives from the Swedish Government and when new decisions are taken by the University, so please check back regularly for updates. Please note that not all questions can be answered at this time.
New student at Stockholm University?
To be at student means so much more than just studies. There are some practical things to consider around student life. Follow the links below for a compiled information that is good to know as a new student at Stockholm University.
Admission, residence permits and tuition fees
Before the term starts
Before you start, there are several things that you need to know:
To keep your place in the course or programme, you need to register online. You do this through Ladok for students.
To be able to login at Ladok for students, you need to activate your student account.
Literature lists, course structures and schedules are available for each course in the Stockholm University Course Catalogue
Athena is Stockholm University’s learning platform. Here you will find all the information you need about your course. You log in to Athena by using your Stockholm University student account.
You are welcome to contact the study counsellor at our department if you are interested in studying with us, or if you are a student at our department and have questions and concerns regarding your education or study situation.
The study counsellor is also our department’s contact person for students with disabilities.
Please contact our study councellor by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours by appointment.
Last updated: January 13, 2021
Source: Department of Public Health Sciences