Student Services has the university's overall responsibility for admission, degrees and transfer of credits. We offer study guidance for all students, and everyone else interested in studies. The Student Health Service and the University's coordination of support for students with disabilities are situated at Student Services. We also have management responsibility for the student administration systems Selma, Ladok and Web-ISP.
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We verify eligibility and selection for admission to first- and second-cycle degree programmes and courses.
At the Admissions Office, we also review applications for recognition of prior learning and make decisions regarding exemptions for eligibility requirements. Our responsibilities also include making decisions about deferment of studies, and statements in appeal cases concerning admission to education.
We are responsible for the processes and regulations regarding degree certificates and transfer of credits.
The Degree Evaluation Office is the decision-making and administrative authority regarding degree certificate matters at first, second and third cycles for all faculties. We handle the applications and make decisions regarding transfer of credits at first and second cycle.
We provide information on which degrees are issued at Umeå University, which regulations that apply for degrees and transfer of credits, as well as about the student's application process.
The Student Records Office is responsible for the system administration of the Ladok system, the database for courses and education named Selma, and the Web-ISP system (individual study plan for doctoral students).
Included in the responsibilities for system administration is planning, maintenance, quality assurance, and informing about, supporting and training in the systems. Furthermore, we provide both internal and external parties with information from the databases, for example data to the university's annual report.
The Student Health Service has the commission to work with health promotion and prevention. We provide support to students in matters relating to their physical, mental or psychosocial health situation.
At the Student Health Service we have social counsellors, nurses, physiotherapists and a public health workers. We are available to all students at Umeå University, regardless of their place of study or residence. We are also available for students at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Umeå.
Read more about the Student Health Services support for students.
We provide study guidance and information on university studies. We also hold the coordinating responsibility for the university's support for students with disabilities.
In collaboration with the departments, we are working to enable for all students to be successful in their studies. We organize meetings and short courses for employees within the framework of a student support network. Our field of work also includes student law issues.
Read more about support for students with disabilities on the student website.
The director and the communications officer at Student Services have the overall responsibility for management and communication, respectively.
The executive leadership at Student Services is carried out by the directorate, which is built up by the director for Student Services, together with the executives for the five areas of activity and the communications officer.