Study and career counselling at Campus Gotland

Study guidance counselling is available for students who need guidance and information before embarking on future university studies or who need help planning your studies at Campus Gotland.

The study counsellors can provide you with information about university courses and offer counselling about studies, work and the labour market. If you have questions about university rules, admission requirements or graduation rules, do not hesitate to ask.

Based on your specific situation, the counsellor can help you sort through your concerns and see the different options available. Whether you have specific questions about specific courses, or questions of a more general nature, the counsellor is a professional who will help you get further.

Contact our international officers

If you have any general questions about Master's, Bachelor's or exchange studies at Uppsala University, you are always welcome to get in touch. You can contact our international officers by sending an email.

Higher education in Sweden

Higher education in Sweden is divided into three levels, or cycles – first cycle (Bachelor's level), second cycle (Master's level) and third cycle (doctoral level). All higher education at Uppsala University is offered in the form of courses. Read more on higher education in Sweden. is a comprehensive, official resource on studying in Sweden for prospective and current international students. Here you’ll find everything you need to know on the Swedish higher education system, finding and applying for a programme, searching for scholarships, living as an international student in Sweden and learning Swedish. is built and maintained by the Swedish Institute, a public agency tasked with promoting Sweden abroad.

Drop-in - Book an appointment

Book an appointment with the study guidance counsellors at Campus Gotland

Book an appointment with us: please choose ”Studievägledning - Maria” or ”Studievägledning - Sara” in the booking system.

Book an appointment

Drop-in: The study guidance counsellors are available for drop-in Mondays 15:00 - 16:30 and Thursdays 13:00 - 14:00  on the ground floor in Building D. NB: last drop-in this semester is 16 May (and starts again 9 September).

Phone: +46498-108245 (Maria) or +46498-108216 (Sara)