The Regulation for claiming your study place

To claim your study place, you must be an active student from the first semester that you are admitted to a new programme at Chalmers1. You must take active measures to make sure that you do fulfill the terms and conditions listed below.

Terms and Conditions

To be an active student involves fulfilling the following terms:
1. You must comply with the terms of the offered study place, after the publication of the official Notification of Selection Result
The official Notification of Selection Result published at your account at either universityadmissions.se or antagning.se contains information adapted to your offer. The terms vary depending on whether you are admitted to a Bachelor’s (undergraduate) or a Master’s programme (advanced level) and if you are required to pay tuition fee or not. A fee-paying student must pay the tuition fee in accordance with separate terms and conditions.

If you've been offered admission but have decided not to attend, it's important that you decline your offer at your user account at universityadmissions.se, so that a student on the waiting list can be awarded a place. Your future chances of applying and being admitted to Chalmers will not be affected by you declining your offer of admission.

If you fail to comply to the conditions on time, then you will lose your study place in the programme to which you have been admitted.
2. You must register online via Chalmers Student Portal.
Follow the instructions provided for all admitted students at the Student Portal. As a new student, first semester year 1, you must register for up-coming courses in your curricula before the start of the semester. Online registration via the Student Portal is individually customized after logging in.

If you fail to comply to the conditions on time, then you will lose your study place in the programme to which you have been admitted.
3. You must conduct full time studies, during Study period 1 and 2 (the first semester, year one) of the programme to which you have been admitted.
Full time studies mean being registered in courses comprising at least 30 credits, during the first semester.
If you fail to comply to the conditions, then you will lose your study place in the programme to which you have been admitted.
4. You must complete at least 15 credits with a passing grade, during Study period 1 and 2 (the first semester, year one) within the programme to which you have been admitted.
If you are admitted to a Master’s programme, the January re-examination session will be considered part of the first semester.
If you fail to comply to the conditions, then you will lose your study place in the programme to which you have been admitted.
5. You must register online via the Student Portal for the up-coming courses in Study period 3 and 4 (semester two, year one).
You must register within the stipulated time period by Chalmers2.
If you fail to comply to the conditions on time, then you will lose your study place in the programme to which you have been admitted.
6. You must contact the student guidance counsellor, who is responsible for your programme, in case of illness or other circumstances that may affect your studies.
7. You must heed all summons, respond to questions and keep yourself updated with the information provided by programme coordinators, student guidance counsellor and Chalmers Study Administration.
This entails that you check your e-mails regularly, on a weekly basis, and that you read the information published on Chalmers Student Portal. You are responsible of choosing and keeping data regarding your current e-mail account up-to date at “My pages” in Ladok (accessed via the Student Portal).

1) In the case the terms and conditions may not be fulfilled, the student must take active measures to prevent losing the study place. Chalmers Admissions make a check of whether the student has registered for courses in the first semester year 1, and if the required number of credits has been achieved. The next check point is registration for the up-coming courses in Study period 3 and 4. An appeal may be filed against a decision concerning not fulfilling the terms and conditions. If a student guidance counsellor in agreement with a student, approves a plan for the continuation of studies, then the decision may be revoked.
 
2.    A study break can be approved at the earliest after one semester of studies, at the programme to which you have been admitted. The decision is taken by the programme’s Student guidance counsellor and to be granted an approved leave from your studies you must first have claimed your study place according to the listed conditions as stated in these regulations.


The regulation for Claiming your study place is an amendment to the Appointment regulations of education at Bachelor’s and Master’s level C 2016-0096, and will apply until further notice. The regulation also applies to any former student who starts a new education programme at Chalmers.


For further information please contact Chalmers Admissions
E-mail: admissions@chalmers.se

Published: Thu 05 May 2011. Modified: Fri 15 Jun 2018