Study administration at Campus Gotland
We help you with the practical matters
The study administration can assist you with study-related matters on Campus. Read about what we can help with and where to find us.
- Register to an examination (log on the Student Portal)
- Search course syllabus
- Get certificates of registration (log on the Student Portal)
- Order a transcript of records (former students at the University)
The study administration - a part of student services
Student services at Campus Gotland consist of all the support and service you can get outside the actual course/programme you are studying at. For example, it could be the study counselling service, the IT support, the language workshop, the student health service, or the library. In many ways, the Study administration is the hub of the student services. You will find us at the following locations at campus and at the following hours:
In the reception (inside the main entrance in the B building)
In the reception, you can find help with just about anything pertaining to your studies:
- finding the right location;
- today’s schedule;
- exam delivery;
- group room bookings;
- loading Campus cards for printing;
- view and buy official merchandise;
- order transcripts of records;
- pick up your ordered Campus card;
- IT support (Monday - Friday between 14:30–15:30).
Monday - Friday (except public holidays and bridging days): 08:00–16:30.
Second floor in the D building (in the office landscape)
On the second floor in the D building, we can usually help you with course specific questions, for example
- registration matters;
- academic leave;
- information about degree;
- transferring of credits.
Monday - Friday (except public holidays and bridging days): 10:00–11:30 and 13:00–14:30, but due to coronavirus, we can only provide support by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out which study administrator are responsible for which subject area:
|Carina Dahlström: Archaeology/Osteology, Art studies, Cultural/Architectural heritage, Literature studies/Rhetoric|
|Cecilia Howe: Ethnology, Teacher training, Bachelor programme in Game design and Game design and graphics, Master's programme in Game design, Freestanding courses in Game design|
|Josefina Ahlvin: Economic history, Business studies, Statistics, Social work|
|Katarina Werner Hallgren: Law, Swedish, the Nursing programme and the bachelor programmes in Game design and programming and project management, Quality technology/Management, Sustainable destination development|
|Maria Petersén Enström: Biology/Environmental Science, Economic history, Business studies, Statistics|
|Marie du Rietz: English, Geograpy, Teacher training, Software technology/Information Systems|
|Sara Cederlund: schedules and examination|
|Ylva Anderberg: Energy Technology (Windpower), Gender studies|
Apply for a degree
After you have completed your studies you should apply for a degree. With a degree qualification from Uppsala University you will be well-equipped for professional life on the Swedish and international arena. Read more about how to apply for your degree.
Do you need guidance?
Contact the study counsellor if you need guidance and information about courses and programmes at Campus Gotland.