Registration spring 2024
Registration in Ladok or through a roll call?
Please note that not all our courses have registration through Ladok.
Here you can find the courses with a different kind of registration
Ancient Greek and Byzantine Fiction (registration at first class)
Ancient Greek and Byzantine Poetry (registration at first class)
Applied Hindi (contact Heinz-Werner Wessler)
Chinese D1 (registration at first class)
Chinese D3 (contact Joakim Enwall)
Comparative Indo-European Linguistics B (registration at first class)
Comparative Indo-European Linguistics D (registration at first class)
Current trends in Greek philology (contact David Westberg)
Current trends in Linguistics (registration at first class)
Greek and Byzantine Studies: Degree Project (contact your supervisor)
History of the Greek Language (registration at first class)
Independent Study in Turkic Linguistics and Philology (contact László Károly)
Indology: Degree Project (contact your supervisor)
Indology D (registration at first class)
Internship in Greek (contact David Westberg)
Internship in Turkic Languages (contact László Károly)
Latin Epigraphy (contact Christer Henriksén)
Latin, all other Master's level courses (contact Gerd Haverling)
Linguistic Fieldwork (contact Michael Dunn)
Master's Thesis in Chinese (registration at first class)
Middle Turkic Philology (registration at first class)
Modern Turkic Languages (registration at first class)
Persian Literature (registration at first class)
Sanskrit B (registration at first class)
Thesis project in Turkic languages (contact László Károly or Birsel Karakoc)
Turkic Literatures (registration at first class)
Turkic Languages 4 (contact László Károly or Birsel Karakoc)
Typology of the Turkic languages (registration at first class)
Uzbekh (registration at first class)
If the course starts at the beginning of the semester and has registration in Ladok you have to register on January 14 at the latest to be sure keep your spot on the course.
If the course is one where registration takes place at the first class you have to attend that class, or contact the main techer before the course starts to be sure to keep your spot in the course. You can find the teacher's name and email on the course page in Studium.
If you are placed on a waiting list you can not register to the course, neither in Ladok nor in the classroom. You need to first wait to receive an email from us confirming your acceptance and stipulating the mode of registration.
Please observe that not all who are placed on a waiting list will be accepted. We accept students in placement order until the course is full and it is too late to begin your studies.
If you already have been registered to a course (and not withdrawn within three weeks of starting) you can no be accepted to that same course again. You can, however, be re-registered as long as there are spots available. That means that if a course is close to being full, we have to prioritise newly accepted students, including those on the waiting list, before we can re-register you.
Our policy is to, when possible, offer one (1) chance at re-registering. Further re-registrations will only be possible if a student has special reasons.
Apply for re-registration on this form
You turn in the form either to the Student Office or to your teacher.