Incoming Exchange Students: Application and Nomination Process for Studies

Dalarna University offers its incoming exchange students via Erasmus+, Nordplus and bilateral agreements, a true taste of Swedish life and culture. Open your horizons and embark on exchange studies with us, a small and dynamic university located in the very heart of Sweden.

Who can be an exchange student?

For you to come to Dalarna University as an exchange student, your home university must have signed an exchange agreement with Dalarna University. Contact the coordinator at your home university to find out if such an agreement exists and if you can be nominated as an exchange student.

How To Be Nominated and How To Apply

The coordinator at your home university must first nominate you for exchange studies at Dalarna University. The nomination should be sent via e-mail to

You are also requested to upload the nomination letter in your course application.

Incoming Exchange Students: Apply for Courses

Recommended Application Dates

You can submit course applications on a continuous basis even after the deadlines, we will not close the application. 

For the autumn semester: March 15 - April 15
For the spring semester: September 15 - October 15

Language requirements

Minimum English CEFR level B2. The sending university assesses the English language proficiency level, we do not require test results.

Student Housing (Accommodation)

As soon as you are nominated for an exchange, register for accommodation, see Apply for Housing (Accommodation).

Practical Information

Learning Agreements

Dalarna University uses Online LA. In case you need to send us documents, e-mail to

User Account

At the start of your studies, when you have received your Letter of Admission at, you need to create a user account: this is also called an electronic identity. You will use this to access a wide range of information about your studies and courses as well as our network services, such as the printers and the library.

Go to : first choose "English" (top right-hand corner); next, under the heading "Help & Support", click on the words in blue "this form".

Registration, Roll-Call and Decline Place in Course

Registration and Roll-Call

To register as a student and then in your courses, see the information on Registration and Roll-Call (webpage).

Decline Place in Course

If you do not want to retain your place in a course and have not yet registered for it, decline the place in your account on

If you have registered for a course but no longer want to take it, decline the place on

Newly Admitted Student - What You Need To Know

Now that you have your place at Dalarna University, you will want to know what happens upon your arrival and what sorts of things you need to consider before you leave your country.

We have developed a series of pages that will help you plan: begin by visiting our webpage entitled Newly Admitted Student?

There you will find information about everything from our pick-up service to accommodation and insurance - as well as what will be happening the first week you are here.

We look forward to welcoming you at the start of the semester!

After Your Exchange

Upon completion of your exchange at Dalarna University, you will get a

  • transcript of records (this is certified using a webstamp" and can be verified with a webcode, which replaces a signature)
  • certificate of registration

from the Ladok Student Interface.

i. Click on "Select higher education to login"
ii. Click on "Get Certificate" in the top horizontal menu
iii. Choose the required certificate

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