New Students

Don´t forget to register

If you have been admitted to Uppsala University, you are probably eager to get started with your studies. But before you get started you need to do one important thing: you must register for the course or programme you are going to attend. Otherwise, you may lose your place in the course or programme. As a new student, in order to register the first step is to get a student account. 
Read more about how to get a Student account.

For most of the courses at the Department of Earth Sciences you must register yourself in the IT system "Ladok for students"  but there are some exceptions, see below.

The registration period for your specific courses is specified in Ladok. Note! If you do not register in time, you will lose your place and your place will be offered to someone on the reserves list.
Log into Ladok for students.

Exceptions to the rule of registering yourself
If you´re not a master´s degree programme student, but will take one of the following courses as a freestanding course, and want to be registered for it, then please write a message as soon as possible to the course administrator,

1GV014 Dynamics of Earth Systems - Global Change, 10 credits
1GV015 Analytical Methods in Earth Science, 10 credits
1HY111 Hydrochemistry, 5 credits
1ME404 Climate Variations, 5 credits
1GV006 Presentation and Publication, 5 credits
1GV054 Exploration and Environmental Geophysics, 15 credits
1HY013 Statistics and Data Analysis Methods, 5 credits
1GE039 Applied Geoinformatics for Earth Sciences, 5 credits

Admitted with conditions
If you are conditionally admitted, you need to contact the course director for evaluation as soon as possible. Contact information to the course coordinators can be found on the course page in Studium.

Late applications
When the deadline for registration has passed, you cannot register yourself. You need to contact the course administration as soon as possible, in order to keep your spot and be registered for the course. Here you will find contact information for the course administration.

If it turns out that you can be offered a spot on the course, you will be contacted by the Department by e-mail. Unfortunately, we are not able to answer any questions about the possibilities of this. Check your e-mail regularly, also the spam!

A preliminary schedule will be published no later than five weeks before the course start on the course page in Studium.

International students
Follow the instructions on If you still have problems with registration or specific questions regarding your courses, we will help you out in August before the courses start.

Decline your place
If you do not want your place you must decline on Doing this will open up for reserve students to gain access to the programme or course.

Student service; contacts and opening hours

If you have any questions, contact the Department's Student Service.

Last modified: 2021-08-12