The application for exchange studies spring semester 2014 is closed. The application for autumn 2014 will open on February 10.
For inquiries regarding submitting a late application for spring 2014, please contact Erasmus Coordinator email@example.com.
Students who are interested in studying at Mid Sweden University as exchange students need to contact the international office at their home university. The home university will assist students in completing the application, as a signature and stamp from the home university is required on the application.
1. Choose courses
Choose courses and fill out the attached form Exchange students may apply to study part of a Bachelor or Master’s programme, or apply for single courses. A complete, full time semester includes a total of 30 credits, built up either by single courses of 7.5–15 credits or one course of 30 credits. The university does not recommend students to choose a workload exceeding 30 credits per semester, with the exception of Swedish Language which may taken be on top of an otherwise full course load.
The single courses are divided into the undergraduate and the graduate level. On the undergraduate level, most courses are labeled A, B or C. A corresponds to basic level courses, B to continuing courses and C to advanced courses.
PLEASE NOTE: When applying for courses, it is important to choose courses that start at different times during the semester so that the student do not end up with several courses that run at the same time. Courses are usually taken one after the other (consecutive scheduling) or, if the courses are part time, two courses may be taken during the same time period. The courses are scheduled by week numbers. The spring semester 2014 begins week 4 (the week of 20-26 January) and ends week 23 (the week of 2-8 June, 2014).
Please view course descriptions and the time period the courses are offered by clicking on "Courses" in the top left menu. Contact us with any questions.
2. Online application
The online application for the spring 2014 semester is closed. The application for autumn 2014 will open on
When filling out the application form, please make sure that all fields are filled in correctly and that all necessary data is entered.
After the data has been submitted successfully , the application form will be made available as a PDF document. Please print this document, sign it, and have your international office sign and stamp the “Confirmation of Coordinator” portion. It is possible to save the PDF document and print it later.
3. Send the application by e-mail or mail
To complete the application process, please email or mail in the documents mentioned below to Mid Sweden University. Applications without the correct documentation will not be processed. Required documents:
- The printed, signed online application, including Confirmation of Coordinator.
- The completed course application form "Course application exchange studies 2013/2014".
- Transcript of records showing the applicant’s university studies so far, including current courses. The transcript must be in English.
- Swedish language proficiency test, if you would like to study courses in Swedish.
Send the application and documents scanned into one single file to:
Or by regular mail:
Mid Sweden University
Kunskapens väg 8, Building G
SE- 831 25 Östersund