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Information for those on the waiting list

A number of courses at the Faculty of Technology and Society have a slight over intake, with a few more admissions after the second selection than the planned number of places. If there are fewer than planned who take their place at roll call, we do a review and decide as soon as possible how many reserves to call. This is mainly done by telephone and secondarily by email or letter, via Technology and Society's administration. There is no reserve admission at the roll call, and we therefore call no reserves to the roll call.

We are often asked about how likely it is to get in as a reserve. Unfortunately, it is impossible for us to make educated guesses.

When we call reserves, we take into consideration the admitted students who have declined their places and replace them proportionally with reserves from the same selection groups as those who declined their places. Sometimes, this can mean that those on the waiting list move up in a selection group if many decline, for example, because they already started another education and choose to remain there. At the same time, another selection group basically can stand still. It also means that there are several with the same number on the waiting list, for example, waiting list applicant 1 in the selection group for the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test and waiting list applicant 1 for grade group BI or BII.

Unfortunately, the only thing you can do if you are on the waiting list is to wait. We get your phone number, email address, and address through the admissions system, so please check that you have entered this information on www.antagning.se. We try to call waiting list applicants as soon as we can after the roll call, and admission from the waiting list should be completed within approximately two weeks after the start of the programme or the course.

Reminder to waiting list applicants:
– You should not come to the roll call.
– Make sure you have the correct contact information on antagning.se so that we can reach you if you are considered for a place.
– We will contact you within two weeks of the regular roll call.

We are unable to respond to what place you have on the waiting list—it depends on how many of those admitted take their place.

Information for those on the waiting list

 

A number of courses at the Faculty of Technology and Society have a slight over intake, with a few more admissions after the second selection than the planned number of places. If there are fewer than planned who take their place at roll call, we do a review and decide as soon as possible how many reserves to call. This is mainly done by telephone and secondarily by email or letter, via Technology and Society's administration. There is no reserve admission at the roll call, and we therefore call no reserves to the roll call.

 

We are often asked about how likely it is to get in as a reserve. Unfortunately, it is impossible for us to make educated guesses.

 

When we call reserves, we take into consideration the admitted students who have declined their places and replace them proportionally with reserves from the same selection groups as those who declined their places. Sometimes, this can mean that those on the waiting list move up in a selection group if many decline, for example, because they already started another education and choose to remain there. At the same time, another selection group basically can stand still. It also means that there are several with the same number on the waiting list, for example, waiting list applicant 1 in the selection group for the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test and waiting list applicant 1 for grade group BI or BII.

 

Unfortunately, the only thing you can do if you are on the waiting list is to wait. We get your phone number, email address, and address through the admissions system, so please check that you have entered this information on www.antagning.se. We try to call waiting list applicants as soon as we can after the roll call, and admission from the waiting list should be completed within approximately two weeks after the start of the programme or the course.

 

 

 

Reminder to waiting list applicants:

 

– You should not come to the roll call.

 

– Make sure you have the correct contact information on antagning.se so that we can reach you if you are considered for a place.

 

– We will contact you within two weeks of the regular roll call.

 

We are unable to respond to what place you have on the waiting list—it depends on how many of those admitted take their place.

Last updated by Sara Appelquist