Question: How many courses should I select?
Answer: Select the number of elective courses stade in your programme curriculum. You are also recommended to select one, preferably two, reserve courses for each seat limited course.
Question: How many courses can I select?
Answer: In the course selection for study period 1 or study period 2 you can select a maximum of eight courses. In the course selection for study periods 3-4 you can select a maximum of nine courses. You are recommended to select at least one reserve courses for each course with limited seats. You do not have to select reserve courses for courses with unlimited seats. If you fill the maximum number of courses, you will not be able to add more courses in the late application period. Use this contact form
if you have filled the maximum number of courses.
Question: I have previously been registered on a specific course, should I select it again in the course selection?
Answer: No, if you previously have been registered on a course, you must re-register on the course in Ladok during the registration period. Note that an early withdrawal from course is the same as withdrawal from registration, so if you have an early withdrawal you need to select the course again.
Question: Do I have access to all courses at Chalmers at universityadmissions.se?
Answer: Not all courses are available. Some courses are restricted to specific programmes. When selecting a course, you must check that the course does not overlap with another course in your study programme and that the course can be included in your degree.
Question: Will I be able to prioritize courses?
Answer: Yes, you will be able to prioritize courses at universityadmissions.se. Note! If you change your order of priority after the last day of the regular course selection period it counts as a late application.
Question: How should I prioritize my courses at universityadmissions.se?
Answer: Place the course/courses that you prefer firsthand at the top of the list, and place reserve courses after that. On the Student Portal pages about course selection for the current study period there are some examples about how to prioritize courses.
Question: Will I be able to re-prioritize courses in a late application?
Answer: You are not able to re-prioritize course in a late application, it is only possible to add courses.
Question: Where do I find my study programme (programme plan)?
Answer: You find it by searching for your programme in the Search Programme service.
Question: Can I select courses that extend over several study periods?
Answer: Yes. You select these courses in the course selection round for the study period when the course starts.
Question: Can I select a course when the course syllabus states "Only students with the course round in the programme plan"?
Answer: Courses with this marking can only be selected by students in programmes that have the course in the study programme.
Question: I am enrolled in a master’s programme and selecting courses that are going to be included as elective courses in my master’s degree. Which courses can I select?
Answers: Courses that are going to be included as elective courses in the master’s degree:
- Must be courses at university level (but may be first cycle/bachelor level courses)
- May be in another main field of study than the master’s programme
- Must not overlap in terms of content with other courses that are to be included in your Master’s degree or with courses that are included in your Bachelor’s degree
- Must not have been grounds for admission to the maste’sr programme (or overlap with courses that were)
Note! Other rules apply for elective courses in first cycle programmes.
If you are unsure if a course can be part of your master’s degree, contact the director of studies for your master’s programme.
Answer: Yes, but courses given in Swedish will require Swedish 3-qualification. You also need to ensure that you fulfil the prerequisites and that the course can be included in your degree before selecting the course.