Have you been admitted to studies at Halmstad University? Congratulations! On this page we have collected all the information you need to be able to proceed on your journey to becoming a student with us.
Learn how to get access to your admission letter (notification of selection results) and when you need to use it.
If you are a student from a non-EU/EEA country, you have to apply for a residence permit.
Tution fee payment
All international students from non-EU/EEA countries are required to pay tutition fee. Special regulations apply for exchange students.
Having a health insurance is very important when arriving in Sweden. Learn more about which insurance you need depending on where you are from and for how long you are studying.
Travel and accommodation
Find out more about when how and when you need to arrive in Halmstad and what options of student accommodation are available.
Registration and study start
In order to start your studies with us, you need to register as a student. Please note that the registration only opens a few weeks before the semester starts.
Online or campus studies
Some of our Master's programmes are available for online studies during the first 5 or 10 weeks.
Getting settled in Sweden
In order to get settled, there are a few practical things that you might want to look into, such as opening a bank account and applying for a personal ID number.
Erasmus student information
While on exchange within the Erasmus programme, it is important that you know what being an Erasmus student entails.
About the COVID-19 pandemic
Halmstad University is following Swedish authority’s recommendations regarding corona virus.