Under the heading "Course information" above, you will find the section "Search course"
Start by choosing the current academic year. Then you can use different
search criteria, such as department and language of instructions. You
can also type in key words in the "course name" section.
Most of the courses are open for exchange students but not all. You
can tick the box saying "This course is open for exchange students" to
Some courses are not available for non-degree students and some courses have a limited number of places.
Also, you can narrow your selection to certain study period ( quarter 1,2,3 or 4).
Important- prerequisites and timetable
When you select courses for your individual study plan you have to
consider the prerequisites and the timetable. The prerequisites are
stated under each course and they should be respected.
Also, plan your studies so that you take 15 credits each study
period. Normally that should be two courses. Each course belongs to a
"block", A, B, C or D. Choose courses from different blocks to avoid
that the timetables collide.
View the schedule here
Choose within your field of study
The prerequisites state what previous knowledge you need to have to
be able to start the course. Also, you need to stick to your field of
study. Most courses that are open for exchange students are on advanced
level and they require three years of previous studies in that certain
field. So for instance, a student in electrical engineering will not be
allowed to take an advanced course in architecture.
Courses may be added to your study plan the first week of each study period. Read all information about the course and check prerequisites before requesting a registration.
Contact your coordinator if you want to add courses. Check your current registrations by logging in to the student portal.
You are not allowed to be registered for courses which you don't intend to finish.
Contact your coordinator if you want to drop courses. No registrations can be removed after three weeks in to each study period.