Letter of admission
Exchange students will receive a letter of admission by e-mail or by regular mail. Exchange students do not have to confirm their place.
The letters of admission are sent continuously during the admission process, with priority given to applicants in need of a student residence permit and in consideration of the arrival date of the application.
Courses as well as programmes have a limited number of places and selection is usually based on your grade point average from upper secondary school or the number of credit points from previous university studies, or both. Letters of recommendation are not considered. Exchange students are given priority to the courses.
Students will receive a letter of acceptance where preliminary registration on the courses they have been admitted to is indicated. However, for administrative reasons final registration of international students is made by the respective departments at the start of each course. Course introduction is therefore mandatory. Information about the start of your course/s will be sent to your address in Karlstad by the administrator of your course/subject or by e-mail.
Author: Kina Nilsson
The page was updated on 2011-02-03 19:53