Applied Ethics, Master's programme - Information for admitted students

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Once again, congratulations on being offered a place on the master’s programme in Applied Ethics at Linköping University (LiU).

Prior to your arrival, there are a few important activities and dates to keep in mind:

Roll call and programme start

The programme starts at 10.15 23 August in room Comenius, Key Building, unless circumstances force us to go digital, with a mandatory roll call and an introductory week. If you are unable to attend 23 August, please contact the programme director Lars Lindblom. During this week, you will receive information about the programme and about studying at Linköping University.

Conditionally admitted students
If you are conditionally admitted you must upload your degree certificate and transcript of your last semester(s) both in original language and with an English translation to your Universityadmissions.se account by 1 November 2021.

Introduction week schedule

Introduction Week Preliminary Schedule 21-22 

If you want to decline your offer

While we really want all of our admitted students to choose Linköping University, it can happen that you decide to attend elsewhere. If this is the case it is very important that you let us know you won’t be attending the programme as soon as possible, by declining your offer at universityadmissions.se. You do this by logging into your account and following the instructions under the 'Applications' tab. This might free up your place to someone on the waiting list.

Residing in Sweden

Students who are not citizens from Sweden or the EU/EEA are required to pay their tuition fees by 1 June 2021 to commence studies at LiU. This is also the recommended deadline for applying for a resident permit from the Swedish Migration Agency (Migrationsverket). Until you are sure you can reside and study in Sweden, we advise students not to book any non-refundable travel.

Questions?

LiU will be sending out an email series to all students admitted to an international programme at LiU in the lead up to the autumn semester with details about accommodation, tuition fees, scholarships, residence permits and other important steps to consider if you are an international student. The Admitted students page is also a hub of information. Swedish students may find Antagen more relevant.

For questions regarding the programme contents, please contact the programme director Lars Lindblom. For concerns on practical matters such as the welcome period, accommodation, visa and insurance issues please contact LiU's International Office.

We look forward to meeting you in August!

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