The information on this page will be continually updated.
Tracks is a new educational format open for students at Chalmers and alumni. The aim is to create inter-disciplinary courses where the participants learn by exploring societal and scientific challenges together.
How to apply for courses
1. Read more about the courses, posters are linked in the table below
2. Courses may be used as electives or extra curricula – think about what suits you the best
3. If you have questions, contact the examiner of the course, the names are linked in the contact column
4. To apply for Tracks courses, contact the examiner who is responsible for admission and registration. Please contact the examiner in the course you are interested in for more information about the application, start and end times and other questions that are course-specific
5. Decide which course you would like to apply for and send in your application to the examiner before deadline. Include the necessary documents asked for by the examiner. Your personal number and your CID are needed for registration and should be included in all applications.
6. If admitted, you will be able to influence the schedule when you come to the first class – scheduling is done together with the participants of the course
All courses are open to all students at Chalmers in year 2-5 and alumni. Course-specific prerequisites for each course (basic: level: TRA100 and advanced level: TRA105, TRA125) are described in the syllabus that is found in the Study portal.
All courses are presented below and as a student you may also read more about the courses on the Page "Tracks for students" in Canvas.
Apply as an alumni
The application procedure for you who are an alumni is the same as for Chalmers students, as described above.
It can be good to know that the schedules are determined at the beginning of each course in a dialogue between participants and teachers. In the table below you will find more information about courses and application dates.
The themes for courses during the round of 21/22 are Emerging technologies - from science to innovation, Sustainable transport, Health and sports technology, Sustainable cities, and Sustainable production.
All courses below may be used as elective courses. There are four deadlines per year for applications to the courses - two weeks before every study period starts. See specific details for the courses in the table below.
courses are given three times as long as at least five students have
been given a place in the course. If there are no applicants for a
course, it will be closed. The courses are evaluated on an ongoing basis
and can be given an additional three times if the interest is large.
There will be a maximum of six courses under each theme (not including
summer courses). Tracks courses can be used as elective courses or