1. Pay Your Tuition Fee (If Applicable)
If you are a fee-paying student (non-EU/EEA student) you must pay your tutition fee by the deadline for submitting supporting documents. If you pay after this date, your application will be considered late, and this could affect your admission chances
- See more information about Fees on our webpage.
2. Apply for a Residence Permit (If Applicable)
To apply for a residence permit (which you need to do if you are a student from a non-EU/EEA country), you must submit your "Admission Decision" or "Notification of Selection Results" showing that you have been accepted to studies at Dalarna University.
- See more information about Residence Permits on our webpage.
3. Organise Your Housing
Be sure to look for housing as soon as you can and definitely before you arrive in Dalarna.
- See more information about Housing on our webpage.
4. Check Your Insurance Status
Although students receive insurance coverage from the University, you still need to check your insurance status. If you are an EU/EEA citizen, then you need to apply for a European Health Insurance Card before your departure. If you are travelling with family to Sweden from a non-EU/EEA country, then you need to get insurance coverage for them.
- See more information about Insurance on our webpage.
5. Pick-Up Service: Reserve Your Seat
International students are welcome to use the free pick-up service that we provide in the days leading up to the start of the semester. Be sure to register online to secure your seat.
- See more information about our Pick-Up Service on our webpage.
6. Register for Your Courses
Before the start of your courses, you need to register online for each one: registration opens two weeks before the start of the course.
- See more information about Registration on our webpage.
7. Pack Your Documentation
- Non-exchange students, bring your admission results (the Notification of Selection Results that you can get from your universityadmissions.se account).
- Exchange students, bring your Letter of Acceptance (sent to you by Dalarna University.
8. Find Out About Introduction Week Activities
The first day of the semester is called Introduction Day and involves a Welcome Ceremony and introductory meetings. During these, you will receive important information. You also need to attend to ensure your place in a course - this is known as Compulsory Call for Participation or Roll Call. The rest of the week involves activities organised by the Student Union.
- See more information about Introdcution Week Activities on our information about the Semester Start and Introduction Week Activities on our webpage.
9. Join the Student Union
Become a member of Dalarna's Student Union so that you can take part in events and activities throughout the semester.
- See more information on the Student Union webpage.