FAQ - Course selection

Question: I do not have access to make course selection on universityadmissions.se. What should I do?

Answer: If you cannot log in with your Chalmers ID (CID), try logging in with your universityadmissions.se account. If you still cannot make a course selection. Contact your Student Guidance Counsellor for an individual study plan or to find out if you are in the wrong semester in our systems.

Question: I have previously studied at Chalmers, but I do not have an active CID- account. How should I make a course choice?

Answer: You can use your login credentials from your universityadmissions.se-account to access both universityadmissions.se and LADOK in order to do your course selection and register for your courses. Once registered your CID will be reactivated. 

Question: How many credits will I be able to be admitted to in the course selection?

Answer: You will be admitted to the number of credits stated in your curriculum. 

Question: What happens if I miss making a course selection in time?

Answer: You will be able to make a late application for the course according to the schedule available on the Student Portal's page about course selection. However, some courses might be unavailable to choose.

Question: Will I be able to prioritize courses?

Answer: Yes, you will be able to prioritize courses at universityadmissions.se. If you change your order of priority after the last day of the ordinary course selection period it counts as a late application.

Question: How should I prioritize my courses at universityadmissions.se?

Answer: You will be able to prioritize your courses. Read more at the Student Portal's page about course selection

Question: Will I be able to prioritize courses in a late application?

Answer: You are not able to prioritize course in a late application. 

Question: How many courses can I pick?

Answer: You can choose a maximum of nine courses. You do not have to pick reserve courses for courses with unlimited seats. You are recommended to pick reserve courses for courses with limited seats.

Question: Why do I receive two Notification of Selection Results?
Answer: After the first Notification of Selection Results, you may have been admitted to the wrong number of courses per study period. By replying to your first Notification of Selection Result, you will be able to adjust so that you are admitted to the correct number of courses per study period. 

Question: What happens if I miss replying to my offers that I received in the Notification of Selection Results?

Answer: You need to reply in order to keep the places you've been offered, or to remain on the reserve/waiting list. If you do not answer, the place on the course will go on to another student.

Question: Why have Chalmers changed course selection systems?

Answer: Chalmers chooses to replace an outgoing software in favour of a familiar national software which will facilitate the course selection for students and employees.

Question: How do I know if I should make a course selection?

Answer: You must make a course selection if your programme’s curriculum states that you have mandatory elective or elective courses in the spring semester. You will also receive course selection information by your programme. If you only have mandatory courses in the spring semester, you do not make a course selection.

Question. How do I make the course selection?

Answer: Follow the step-by-step manual in the Student Portal (link will be updated shortly) in order to get guidance on how to make your course selection.

Question: What is the Notification of Selection Results based on?

Answer: A selection is made for courses with limited seats. In the decision below, you can read in which order different selection groups are prioritized.

Question: As an advanced level student, can I apply for undergraduate courses?

Answer: Yes, but courses given in Swedish will require Swedish 3-qualification. You need to ensure that you fulfil the prerequisites and that the course can be included in your degree.

Question: I am enrolled in a discontinued programme at Chalmers. How will I get access to the right courses in the course selection?

Answer: You are connected to a matching programme at Chalmers and will be able to make a course selection. 

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 choosing the course you have to check that the course does not overlap with another course in your programme’s curriculum and that the course can be included in the degree.

Question: How should I choose courses if I am an incoming exchange student?

Answer: You should not make your selection on universityadmissions.se. You choose courses in your application to Chalmers in MoveOn. You will receive information about the application after a nomination from your home university.

Question: How should I make a course selection as a Tuition Fee-paying student?

Answer: You must make a course selection at universityadmissions.se according to the same procedure as other Chalmers programme students.

Question: How should I make a course selection as a Double Degree student?

Answer: You must make a course selection at universityadmissions.se according to the same procedure as other Chalmers programme students.

Question: Can I choose courses that extend over several study periods?

Answer: Yes, you will be able to choose courses that extend to both LP3 and LP4 in the course selection.

Question: I have been registered for a specific course before, should I choose it again in the course selection?

Answer: No, if you previously have been registered for a course, you must re-register for the course in LADOK when the registration period opens.

Question: Should I choose the mandatory courses for the programme?

Answer: No, you should not apply for mandatory courses. However, you must register for the mandatory courses in LADOK during the registration period.

Question: I did not get courses for full-time studies / I did not get all my chosen courses. What do I do?

Answer: You must reply to the offers you received. If you are placed in a reserve list for a course you want to study, it is important that you say yes to keeping your reserve place. In the late application period, you can select additional courses to add up to full-time studies.

Question: I do not see any courses on universityadmissions.se?

Answer: You must pick the correct semester and Chalmers as your university. If you still do not see any courses, contact your Director of Studies.

Question: Where do I find the curriculum for my programme?

Answer: You find it by searching for your programme in the Search Programme service

Question: I am suspended. Can I make a course selection?

Answer: Yes, you make your course selection just as usual. If you have problems making your course choice, contact your Director of Studies​.

Question: I only see courses in Swedish?

Answer: All courses on antagning.se have their Swedish name, including courses at an advanced level. At universityadmissions.se, all courses will be visible with their English name, including courses at the undergraduate level.
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Published: Wed 21 Oct 2020.