Access your student account
All students need a student user account. The student account is your key to “My Page”, your student mail and home directory, student computers, the wireless net and other services throughout your studies.
Remember that activating and accessing your account means that your are obligated to adhere to the university’s regulations for the use of computers and computer networks.
As a foreign student you might also need additional accounts and login details to access the communication platforms It’s learning or FirstClass.
Exchange students and master students
Exchange students and master students access their student accounts through a visit to the IT support service. Bring your ID!
Non-exchange/free mover students
Non-exchange students access their accounts via www.universityadmissions.se. Students who lack a user account at studera.nu activate their student account by personally visiting the IT support service at Karlstad University. Bring your ID!
Accessing via studera.nu
Students who applied and were admitted to Karlstad University can access their accounts via studera.nu if they are verified users at studera.nu. Read more about the procedure at studera.nu.
What to do: Go to kau.se/hamtakonto and follow the instructions. You will be redirected to studera.nu. When you have logged in at studera.nu you will be returned to kau.se and allowed access to your user account. The reason for the roundabout route via studera.nu is our need to make sure that the right person activates the account.
Students who have a user account but lost their NetIDs or passwords
If you are a student and need to access your account details, visit or send an e-mail to the IT support service: email@example.com
Log in to itslearning
Some students, especially those involved in distance education, need additional accounts and login details to access our net-based platform its learning . At present, the user account cannot perform this service. Information about how to log in to the platforms is available at the itslearning
Author: Maria Nilsson
The page was updated on 2013-04-02 11:58