Disciplinary Board

According to the Higher Education Ordinance, chapter 10, cases involving disciplinary measures shall be dealt with by a disciplinary board. Every higher education institution shall have a board of this kind.
Disciplinary measures may be invoked against students who:
  • use prohibited aids or other methods to attempt to deceive during examinations or other forms of assessment of study performance
  • disrupt or obstruct teaching, tests or other activities within the framework of courses and study programmes at the higher education institution
  • disrupt activities in the library of the higher education institution or other separate establishments at the institution
  • subject another student or member of the staff of the higher education institution to harassment or sexual harassment of the kind laid down in Section 4 of Chapter 1 of the Discrimination Act (2008:567).

Disciplinary measures may not be invoked more than two years after the offence has been committed. Ordinance (2008:944).

All about the disciplinary boards composition, rules of procedure and miscellaneous provisions can be found in the Higher Education Ordinance, chapter 10.


Maj-Britt Johansson, president, chairman
Erland Hesslow
Annika Hessel
Mårten Eriksson
Johan Liljestrand

Student members:

Linda Igglund
Emma Thiede


Mikael Krigh

Meeting times


16 February
26 April
14 June
27 September
18 October 
5 December