Study at Örebro University

Are you newly arrived, interested in academic studies and would like to know what it is required in terms of diplomas, background knowledge, the application process and how you can validate your degrees and diplomas?

Recognition of foreign qualifications

The Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) evaluates foreign qualifications in order to provide support for people looking for work in Sweden, people who wish to continue studying, or for employers who wish to employ someone with foreign qualifications.

Click here to go to The Swedish Council for Higher Education's site on recognition of foreign qualifications.

Study advising

A study advisor (or guidance counselor) helps you to get an overview of your past experiences in studies and professional experience to see how you can move forward in the Swedish education system. A study advisor can also answer questions about what is needed to study at a Swedish university, how to apply to Örebro University and questions about credit transfers.

Click here to go to the site for Study advising.

Public lectures

During the academic year, Örebro University arranges public lectures that are open for everyone. You can use them for skills development, inspiration or to make new contacts. The lectures are mostly given in Swedish, but there are lectures in English as well.

Click here for the dates of the public lectures (Swedish site).