Plan your studies

Have you made up your mind? Great! Here you'll find all the information you need to make it happen.

Admission timeline for autumn semester

Most of our programmes and courses start in the autumn semester.

Admission timeline for spring semester

Admission closes in:









Admission open

  • Now it is time to apply to the programme you like
15 January
  • Last day to apply!
  • Your last chance to submit your application
1 february

Pay application fee

  • Deadline to send in receipt showing that you have paid the application fee
1 february
  • Supporting documents
  • Deadline to upload supporting documents
21 March & 11 april

?Did you get in

  • Notification of selection results


We may have something for you. Every year, we provide scholarships to our most outstanding applicants. The scholarships cover up to 100 % of the tuition fee and living costs.

How to apply for a scholarship.


All universities in Sweden use the same application website. That means one page, one application deadline and one application fee. Pretty smooth huh?! In order to apply, you need to have the right documents all set, such as proof of English proficiency and transcript of records. Click on the links below for more information on how to apply and to go to the application website.

Apply at

Career support

Tuition fees

Application and tuition fees for international students who are not citizens of the EU, EEA or Switzerland or exchange students…
Career support

Entry requirements

Useful information about how to apply for courses and programmes…
Career support


Once you have completed your studies you can apply for your degree certificate…

Academic calendar

Semester dates 2023/2024

  • Autumn 2023: 28 August–14 January
  • Spring 2024: 15 January–2 June

Semester dates 2024/2025

  • Autumn 2024: 2 September–19 January
  • Spring 2025: 20 January–8 June

Semester dates 2025/2026

  • Autumn 2025: 1 September–18 January
  • Spring 2026: 19 January–7 June

To do before your move

Moving to another country involves a lot of planning. Finding accommodation, obtaining a residence permit, learning about insurance, paying tuition fees… sorry did we loose you? Focus on the first step: applying. Then you can figure out the rest, step by step. We have gathered all the information you need about how to prepare for your stay.

And hey, we’re here for you! Just let us know if you need any help, ok?

We are here to support you during your studies!

Career support

Career support

The career counselling service supports you regarding questions about job and career, both during and after your studies. We are available for all students, alumni and PhD.
Career support

Disability support

If you are a student and have a disability, it is possible for you to get pedagogical support during your studies.
Student Welfare Office

Student Welfare Office

We work to promote physical and mental health for our students. We offer free individual counselling to aid you with any problem that may make your studying or student life difficult.
Linnaeus Union

Linnaeus union

Linnaeus union represents all students at Linnaeus University and work to make their studies and study time as good as possible. They are the students’ voice in both the university management and towards society.

Academic support

The Academic Support Centre offers advice on academic writing, oral presentations and study skills. We are a free service for all students at Linnaeus University.
Student counselling

Student Counselling

If you have any general questions concerning studies and career choice, you are welcome to contact the student counsellors at Linnaeus University!