Checklist - To keep in mind for the autumn semester 2021

Checklist for new students - autumn 2019

We have put together a checklist for you, which we hope will be helpful to remember everything that needs to be arranged for the autumn semester of 2021.

Regarding COVID-19

All teaching and assessment at Uppsala University is delivered remotely wherever possible until 30 June 2021. More information is found at the University's page 'Recommendations on coronavirus'.

We are continuously monitoring the situation and make decisions according to the current conditions and the responsible authorities’ recommendations. Check the Q&A regarding COVID-19 regularly to keep yourself updated with the latest decisions.

Important dates

  • 9 April: Notification of selection results for Master's applicants published at your account at
  • 16 April: Notification of selection results for Bachelor's applicants published at your account at
  • 1 June: Deadline for paying the first tuition fee instalment for fee-paying students. The tuition fee invoices are sent to citizens of a country outside of the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland in late-April (Master's applicants) or mid-May (Bachelor's applicants). More about tuition fees.
  • From 30 July: Swedish students and current international students may register for their courses in the Student Portal. New international students may also register for their courses from 1 August; please read more about activation of your student account and registration as a new student without a Swedish personal identity number.
  • 25-27 August: Recommended arrival days for new international students.
  • 27 August: Welcome reception for new international students.
  • 28 August: guided walking tours around medieval Visby.
  • 29 August: guided walking tour around medieval Visby.
  • 29 August: brief lecture on Gotland history.
  • 30 August: the autumn semester starts.
  • First weeks of September: Gotland’s student union Rindi, invites new students to this (corona adapted) year’s welcoming events, the so called 'Lamning'.
  • First week of September: Guided trip with the sightseeing road train.

Important things to keep in mind

Last modified: 2021-04-14