Due to some problems experienced by Swedish universities last autumn, they have recommend that students attend the mandatory students registration meeting this academic year. Individual Universities have a last date to register programmes/courses and after the deadline they will not be allowed to register, no matter what the reason may be. The dates and related information will be available on the websites of the universities.
As there is a noted increase in the number of married students, most of whom are female, only student accommodation for the admitted student is provided. According to the rules, family members are not allowed to stay in the student accommodation. Furthermore, children are not allowed to attend classes according to the Regulations. Students have to seek out daycare for the children before they start their program
If the admitted student is married, they recommend that the student arrives, register and start their program. Once the admitted student has arranged accommodation and daycare for the children, the husband/wife and/or children can arrive.
The Universities have an introduction week for all international students. The week is organized to help international students and will comprise academic activities (information about studies, courses in study technique, academic writing, and programming) and also provide practical information about living in Sweden.