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Bachelors degree programme in sciences – instructions for HT2021

Please note that all those who are admitted to the Bachelor’s degree programme at the Faculty of Science must sign up for courses before the start of each semester, and you apply at Antagning.se. Always register for a few alternative course options as it is hard to get a place on some courses. Opportunities for late registration are also limited. Don’t forget to confirm attendance when you get your notification of admission!

Please start by reading the general instructions for applying to courses within a study programme down below.

Guaranteed place to compulsory courses 

On the Bachelor’s degree programme in Science, you have a guaranteed place on the compulsory courses within the specialisation to which you have been admitted, on condition that you meet the entry requirements, that you have registered on the course within the programme specialisation for the relevant semester and that you reply to the notification of admission confirming attendance. You will find the compulsory courses on your department’s website. 

Once they have completed the block of basic courses, programme students are guaranteed places on one of the courses within the programme on condition that they have registered on the course within the programme specialisation for the relevant semester and that they have replied to the notification of admission confirming attendance.

Signing up for courses 

If a course can be applied for either within your programme or as a free-standing course, you must actively choose one of the alternatives. As a student on a degree programme, you are to prioritise your registration options within the programme at the top of the list. That way, you don’t risk having unnecessary gaps in your degree programme studies. 

If you can’t find courses you should to be able to apply for within your programme or having problem getting courses spread over both study periods, please contact your study advisor for help (well before the deadline).

Conditional admission offer

You may receive a conditional admission offer for a course for which you are not eligible when applying. At the latest by the start of the course, you must then be able to show that you meet the entry requirements. If you are uncertain if you are eligible for a course you would like to take, please contact the relevant study advisor (well before the deadline), to find out if you meet the specific requirements for the course.

Maximum 180 credits within the programme

You can sign up for courses within the programme as long as you have been registered for less than the programme’s scope in credits (180 credits for a Bachelor’s degree). So, what is essential is not how many credits you have earned, but how many credits you have been registered for within the programme. If you apply for courses within the programme, and you are already registered for 180 credits (i.e. the full scope of the programme), these courses will be transferred to free-standing courses, if possible.

Maximum 45 credits/semester

Regardless of whether you are applying for courses within a programme or as freestanding courses, you cannot be admitted to more than 45 credits in total. Before selection, you can delete registration options, but you cannot add to or change the order of the courses.

Selection

Selection for a course within the programme is based on the number of academic credits earned within the programme. For information on the selection for courses taken as freestanding courses, see the application information on Antagning.se or Universityadmissions.se.

Approved leave

If you wish to obtain approved leave or to withdraw from your studies, you are to apply for permission through your study advisor.

General instructions for applying to courses within a study programme autumn term 2021

Last day for application

Last application date for an autumn semester is April 15, and October 15 for a spring semester. The application period normally opens one month before the last application date. Since it usually is a lot of people applying for courses on the last application date, you should try and apply before that.

Application

For the next coming semester you either apply on Antagning.se, sign up for your courses on “Studentportalen” or get the courses automatically. What applies for your programme is described in the instructions above.

Applying at www.antagning.se

To find courses at Antagning.se you can apply for within your study programme you first need to log in: Go to “Logga in” and choose “Lunds Universitet” in the scroll list under “Logga in via studentportalen”. Use your student account user ID to log in. That means you must have access to your student account and password. 

If you lost your user ID or password, you can create a new using passport.lu.se where you log in with your personal ID and password from antagning.se. You can also go to a student desk at the university and get a one-time code that you can use to set a new password. You may contact LU Service Desk at tel 046-222 90 00 weekdays between 08 and 17. 

Read more on LU Service Desk webpage.

If you need a new password for antagning.se please contact antagning.se for this. Note that LU Service Desk cannot answer admissions questions.

Course application

If a course can be applied for either within your programme or as a free-standing course, you must actively choose one of the alternatives. As a student on a study programme you should put your alternatives within the program at the top of your application to minimize the risk of getting unnecessary gaps in your programme studies.

You cannot register for more credits within your programme than your programme comprises. So, if you apply to courses within your programme and it turns out that you are already registered for the maximum credits, your application for those courses that exceed the maximum credit limit will be converted to (freestanding) single subject courses, if possible. Otherwise the courses will be deleted.

NB! Even if you apply to both courses within your programme and (freestanding) single subject courses, you cannot be admitted to more than 45 credits in all.

Any problems?

If you fail with applying to your programme courses, please contact your department well before the last day for application.

Appendicies

Normally, no appendices need to be enclosed; however, please see enclosed instructions for your programme. 

Selection results

The Notification of Selection Results is sent out the second week of July for the autumn semester and the second week of December for the spring semester. 

If you have applied via Antagning.se you will get an e-mail, to the e-mail address you have stated in your user account, with information that your selection result is available on Universityadmissions.se / Antagning.se

Reply to your offer

Any student admitted or placed on a waiting list must respond. It is necessary to respond to the admissions decision no later than the date specified in the admissions decision; otherwise, you will lose your place.

You are obliged to ensure that the decision reaches you. If you have not received the admissions decision 4 days before the last day to reply to your offer (see antagning.se for specific date), please contact us at 0771-550720, so you have time to reply in time.