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Malmö University Arrival Form

Malmö University welcomes all exchange students to join the Introduction Programme the 10-14 January 2018. Sign up and help us prepare for your arrival by filling out the form below.

You should have completed this form by Sunday 3rd December 2017.

Please note that some boxes are compulsory.

When you have completed the form you will see a 'Thank you page'. If this page does not appear, you have not answered all the questions. Please go back to the arrival form, check that you have answered all the questions and try again.

First name
Private mobile phone
Email address
First language
Home University
 The official Arrival Day is 10 January, 2018, between 09.00-17.00. If you are arriving after Arrival Day, please contact housing@mah.se in order to make special arrangements! Please note that university housing is NOT available before 10 January.
Date of Arrival (YYYY/MM/DD)
Have you applied for student accommodation and need to pick up your keys?

Please describe how you will get to Malmö city (by airplane, bus, train, car etc).
If arriving by plane - to which airport? (name of airport). Please note that the closest airport is Kastrup/Copenhagen, Denmark.
Approximate arrival time at airport
Airline + flight number
Approximate time of arrival in Malmö city
Will you participate in the Introduction programme for exchange students the 10-14 January? See: www.mah.se/student/exchange/introduction

Dietary requirements? Vegetarian, lactose intolerant, etc.
 Note. The Swedish Course is for exchange students ONLY.
Do you want to take part in the Swedish Language Course?

Swedish language level?

Have you studied any foreign language before (except English)?
Would you like a Malmö University student -a Student Buddy- to introduce you to the life in Malmö? If so, that person will contact you via email before your arrival in Malmö.

To send this form click 'Send'. You should then be guided to a thank you-page. It could take a little while so be patient. 

Last updated by Sabine Petersson