Take an Open Course
You can take one of the courses that are listed in our catalogue, but first you need to enroll and register.
that if you already have a Dalarna University Account, simply sign in directly from the log in page and click on "du.se Account".
Enroll and Register
- Click on the link "catalog.du.se" to go to the Dalarna University Catalogue.
- Choose a course.
- Click on "Enroll" to sign up for one of the self-paced courses.
- If this is your first time taking an open course with us, register with your name and email address, and click on “Register new account”.
- If you have previously registered, you can simply log in with your existing username and password.
- You will receive an email from Canvas Catalog with a “Complete Registration” link that you will need to click on.
- Create a new password for your account and click on “Register”. This will take you to a new page where you click on “Begin Course” to complete your registration.
- Click on the link "catalog.du.se/login" to go to Dalarna University's Catalogue.
- Click on "Other user" or "du.se Account".
- Fill in your email address and password, and then click on “Log In”.
You will now be able to access your current course and, on completion of the course, your certification on the Student Dashboard: simply click on your name at the top right and then on Student Dashboard.
Will I receive university credit?
You will not receive university credit upon completion of an open course at Dalarna University. What you will receive is a form of confirmation recognising your participation. For example, Dalarna University awards a certificate to students in the course "The Midwifery Profession and Its Scope of Practice in Bangladesh" (see below) after they complete the course and pass an online test.
Example of a Successful Dalarna University Open Course
The Midwifery Profession and Its Scope of Practice in Bangladesh
In 2018, Dalarna University received funding from the United Nations Population Fund to undertake a project to train midwifery teachers in Bangladesh. The project is extremely important, with a high number of students taking the online course.