The application deadline has now passed, and many future students have questions about their application. Here you will find the answers to some common questions.
Actions and qualifications that are submitted after the supplement deadline count as late supplementary qualifications. If there are vacancies after the selection process, late supplementary qualifications may be included.
Supplementary qualifications are sent to:
University Admissions in Sweden
106 53 Stockholm
The qualifications are reviewed and registered by the date that they came in to the University Admissions. When the application is reviewed, you will get a message per e-mail or regular mail where you are urged to check your application details carefully. When your qualifications or supplementary qualifications have been registered, they appear on "My pages" (Universityadmissions.se) .
On the portal of the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education, Universityadmissons.se, you will find current information on how admission works, further information about entry requirements and selection and the answers to the most common questions about the application.
If it says in your preliminary assessment or under "My pages" on Universityadmissons.se that you are unqualified to one or several courses/programmes you have applied for, it can be due to one of the following:
If it says ÖS 999 as tariff in your admission decision it means that you are qualified but lack qualifications that give you a meritvärde* in one of the other selection groups. You are therefore placed in the selection group Other Applicants (ÖS).
This applies e g for applicants that whose final school grades from the upper secondary school are not registered on "Your pages" at Studera.nu but are still qualified e g through earlier academic studies.
All applicants in the selection group ÖS get the tariff ÖS 999. Applicants in ÖS are ranked by the drawing of lots and are admitted if there are places left after all qualified applicants with a registered final grade from upper secondary school, adult or folk high school or the results from the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test and submitted their application before the application deadline have been admitted.
Current information about selection rules and procedures and how you can acquire a tariff can be found under "Platsfördelning och urval" ("Assignment and selection") at Antagning.se
*) If you have the prior knowledge that is required (are qualified) your qualifications will be evaluated before the admission process (the selection). This means that an average value is calculated using your final grade from upper secondary school or adult or folk high school as basis. The tariff can also be your results from the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test or your earlier academic HE credits. Your tariff is used to compete with other applicants in the selection process.
If it says EB by an option in your admission decision, your application has not been treated. It can be due to that you have submitted a late application after application deadline. Late applications are treated before selection 2.
That depends on which course/programme you have applied for and which place you have on the waiting list.
It is not possible to answer whether a waiting list placement after the first selection will lead to that you are admitted in the second selection. Neither is it possible to answer to if you can be admitted if you are placed on the waiting list after the other selection..
If you have forgotten to accept your admission and the deadline has passed, your application will be deleted. You have thereby lost your admission. If you were qualified for your application option, you can log in and reapply via Antagning.se and My pages. Follow the instructions on universityadmissions.se and reapply .
Contact Centre answers general questions about application, admission or entry requirements.
Telephone: 0771-550 720
Telephone hours: weekdays 09.00 am-16.00 pm
If you have questions about your application you may also find answers in "Common Questions".
The Admissions Office answers specific questions about your application to the University of Gävle.
Tuesday and Friday 09.00-10.00