Exemptions from entry requirements

If you are already a student and want to continue your studies without having completed the required credits from previous levels, you may be granted an exemption.

For admission to the next level (intermediate course, advanced course, Master's course, certain courses in the programmes) it is sometimes required that you have completed all the credits from previous levels.

However, under certain conditions, you may be able to continue your education even if you do not meet the entry requirements.

Conditional admission

Conditional admission means that you can participate in seminars and other course activities normally, but you will not be registered in the student registry (LADOK) until the entry requirements are met. You will have a limited time after the beginning of the course to obtain the required credits from previous levels.

Approved exemption from entry requirements

If you are not able to obtain the credits that you need in order to meet the entry requirements within the specified time, you need to apply for an exemption from the entry requirements. The head of the Student and Education Department and the director of studies will then assess if you will be able to benefit from the studies even though you do not meet the entry requirements.

If your application is approved, you will be registered on the course and can continue your studies normally, but remember that you have to complete the studies from previous levels before applying for a degree certificate.