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Welcome to Linnaeus University!

Linnaeus University has a long tradition of welcoming students from all over the world to study at both undergraduate and graduate level.

Checklist for new students

Here we have listed the most important information you need as a new student at Linnaeus University.

Obtaining a student account
As a student admitted to Linnaeus University you will need a student account to be able to log in to; register your participation on courses and programmes; log in to computers; and access course materials, email, and other IT services at Linnaeus University. Tuition fee-paying students are asked to create their student account before they order their invoice, information will be sent out automatically, if you have not received an email, contact
Obtain a student account

Please note that you can only obtain your student account from a certain date and this is dependent on to which admission round you have been admitted. Dates on which you can obtain your student account at the earliest.

You must be registered for the programme/course you are about to start. You register on and go to "My Ladok". When you log in with your student account you will be able to see your personal registration period. If you are studying an on-campus course we strongly urge you not to register for the course until you have arrived in Växjö/Kalmar/Ljungby. If you have registered, it's not possible to get a reimbursement of the tuition fee (only relevant for tuition fee paying students).

Please note that you can register for a course starting one week before the start of the course and during the week of the start of the course (that is to say, not earlier).

Course/programme start and information from your course coordinator

In most cases, attendance at the course/programme introduction is mandatory in order to be accepted as a student at Linnaeus University. If you are ill or have some other reason for absence, you must inform your school/department about this prior to the obligatory meeting, otherwise your place will go to someone else.

Note that if you are studying a course as a distance course, some of these courses do not have a mandatory introduction, follow the instructions that you have received from your course coordinator, if you are uncertain contact your course coordinator for more information.

You will find course/programme start and information from your course coordinator on your degree programme's website. Please note that information from your course coordinator is not available for all courses and programmes.

Syllabus and course literature

The syllabus describes how the programme/course will run and what it contains. It also describes what litterature is needed. You can find the syllabus on each course/programme's respective page. Use the link above to search for your course or programme.

Practical information

In addition to the information above, there is also some practical information that can be good to be familiar with before the start of the semester.


In order to see your personal timetable you need to log in to, after that your timetable will be presented directly. If you are not able to see your timetable when you are logged in you can search it out.
Log in to
Search timetable manually in TimeEdit

Student web

At the Student web you get comprehensive information about what is happening at Linnaeus University such as disruptions, news, events and job opportunities from MyCareer. Via the Student web you will also find a link to "My page". There you will find important personal information that gives an overall picture of your studies. To log in you need a student account. On "My page" you will also find your personal schedule.

Borrowing at the University Library

Linnaeus University students have access to both digital and printed resources such as course literature and other books, databases and encyclopedias. These resources are reached through the library website where you log in with your Lnu account. In order to borrow at the library you need to apply for a library account.


Printing, copying ang scanning

To be able to print, copy, and scan at Linnaeus University, you need to deposit money to your student account via Pcounter EasyPay. Get started with Pcounter EasyPay for printing and copying. More information can be found in

Download free program software

Linnaeus University provides free program software that you as a student have access to during your studies, for instance, Office 365 and SPSS. Learn more on Serviceportalen on how you get access to Office 365 and other applications.

Get connected to WiFi

As a student at Linnaeus University, you can connect to our wireless network called eduroam (educational roaming), which is an encrypted and secure network. Here you can find information about how to set it up.

App for Android och iPhone

By using our app you can get notifications in your cell phone, as a complement to the student web. The app will also help you find your way around our facilities, and if you wish to get in touch with a member of staff it is easy to perform a search in the app.

Swipe card

Pick-up service and orientation days

Pick-up service during the official arrival day

During the official arrival days, the International Office provides pick-up service upon your arrival in Kalmar or Växjö. A student will meet you at the airport or the train station in Växjö or Kalmar, provided that you have informed the International Office of your time of arrival by the date listed in your acceptance pack. You will be asked to fill in an arrival form (The link to the form will release a couple of weeks before the semester starts). When you arrive at the university you will also be handed an information pack. Linnaeus University will be present at Copenhagen Airport during the official arrival days to help you buy tickets and guide you to the right train, look for the Linnaeus University yellow roll up.

Should you arrive after the official arrival days, you have to contact us. When you arrive you need to find your own way to the university to retrieve your information pack. More information will be sent out at a later stage. All students should check in at the university even if you do not arrive during the arrival days. If you are studying a course as a distance course it's not mandatory to check in at the university.


To help you settle in at Linnaeus University, a mandatory orientation weekend will be held at the beginning of the semester. During the orientation you will receive both practical and academic information.The event is mandatory. The schedule of the orienation days will be sent out at a later stage. If you are studying a course as a distance course it's not mandatory to attend the orientation weekend.