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Information for Spring Semester 2018

The first day of the course package will be February 1: you must attend this meeting as you will get important information that will help you for the rest of the semester.

We look forward to meeting you then!

Course Package Introduction

  • February 1, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Somebody will meet you at the reception desk at 9.50 a.m.
  • If you come late, please go to E153 Lecture Hall 3 (ask at the reception desk)

We will offer you sandwiches and coffee/tea (no cost) during the morning part of the introduction. A lunchbreak will be scheduled between 12 noon and 1 p.m.

There will also be opportunity to buy course literature at the introduction meeting, often at a discounted price. Please bring cash if you are interested (small notes and change please). Note there is a limited number of books, so first-come, first-served will be in place.

Spring Semester Dates

  • February 1, 2018 - June 3, 2018

You will receive your timetable at the Course Package Introduction; seminars are scheduled for Mondays and Thursdays after the initial February 1 meeting.


You can do this online: see Registration and Roll-Call (webpage).

You can also register in person: we can help you with this at the Course Package Introduction.

Accommodation and Practical Issues

Contact Lukas Zika (see contact details below).

Description of Course Package

The course package comprises four courses and will begin in the spring semester 2018 in February.

The four courses in the package are as follows:

Together, these provide a basis for you to develop the four core language skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing. You will learn how to integrate into a foreign university classroom that brings together students and teachers with a variety of cultural backgrounds, thus interculturalism is a key component of the courses.

You will gain confidence through group work and individual work that serve to help you improve your English language skills in a variety of contexts. The friendly and personable environment that characterizes the courses is key to the success of the student group, as demonstrated by former students.

Meet some of our former students of English for Academic Purposes (webpage)

Application Information

At present, this course package is open to international fee-paying students only, both undergraduate and graduate students. You can submit an online application here.

We encourage ALL international students to apply to these earlier rounds as the application deadlines and decisions come several months before the semester starts. This allows you to apply for and receive your resident permit (if needed), arrange for housing and have plenty of time to plan for your time in Sweden. In addition, you can find out much earlier whether you have been offered a place in a course or programme in Sweden, thereby making it easier for you to prepare and plan for your studies. universityadmissions.se.

Meet Our Staff

All of us in the EAP Department at Dalarna University look forward to wishing you a warm welcome.

With general enquiries, email eap-english@du.se.

Administrative Staff

Lukas Zika

International Student Recruitment
Application Enquiries

Teaching Staff

David Gray

I have been teaching English at Dalarna University since 2014. My specialisation is in English literature, and I teach English courses at all levels, from undergraduate to advanced.

Konstantin (Kostia) Andreev


I have been teaching English at Dalarna University since 2007, my main subjects being English grammar, pronunciation and writing proficiency.

Anita Purcell Sjölund


I am currently both Lecturer and Director of Studies in the English Department, and have taught a range of courses in English in my years at Dalarna University.

Fredrik Land


I have taught English since the year 2000, both in Sweden and abroad. Currently, I teach courses in literature and cultural texts, including literature courses in the University's teacher-training programme.

Mandy Bengts


A qualified teacher of English and English as a Second Language, I have been working at Dalarna University since 2008 where I work as translator and as teacher in the EAP Course Package.

Course Package Fee

The fee for the course package (all four courses) is 43 500 sek.

Activities for Students / Travel to and In Dalarna

We have a webpage that lists a number of events and activities in the local region by season and month. It also provides links of where to find more information about activities for people who are new to the region. For a small fee, you can join the Student Union and take part in their various clubs and scheduled events.

See Events and Activities (webpage).

Find information about travel to and in Dalarna on our website: Travel To and In Dalarna


For more information about applications and fees, please contact:

Lukas Zika

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