Support and Services for Students
Do you have questions about studying? Contact the Student Services.
If you are a student at Uppsala University there are different kinds of support and service offered.
The Student Services Office will help you with questions about admissions, registration and degrees. Adjacent to the Student Services Office there are study and career counsellors who will support you in questions about your study and career choices. There is also coordinators for students with disabilities. At the Student Services Office you can apply for degree certificates, as well as get a signed official transcript of records.
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Questions about your studies and career?
Turn to your department if you have questions regarding registration, schedules, examination and other practical issues concerning your course or programme. You'll find contact information in the Student Portal.
If you have more overall questions about your studies and future career you can turn to the study and career counsellors att the Student Sevice Office.
IT Service Desk handles all types of questions regarding central IT at Uppsala University, for example student accounts and campus cards. They respond directly to your question or guide you to the right place.
018-471 44 00, email@example.com
Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Weekends 2:00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
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The Uppsala University Library consists of eleven unit libraries located across the university's campuses, including Almedalsbiblioteket, the library in Visby, Gotland. For students, the library offers books, journals, online resources, study areas and other forms of retrieval and literacy support. The physical and digital libraries exist in parallel. In addition to the Uppsala University Library there are nation libraries that belong to the student nations in Uppsala. The nation libraries specialise in specific subject areas.
All students at Uppsala University are covered by accident insurance while on the university premises and on their direct way to and from school. Other international student groups may be covered by additional insurance. It is important for all students to find out what kind of coverage they will receive or need to organise privately before arriving in Sweden.