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Open admission courses

Individuals sponsored by their company or organisation can enhance their skills and knowledge through our open admission courses.

Students in an open admission course in eye-tracking at the Humanities Lab
From the course 'A Practical Introduction to Eye Tracking'. Photo: Håkan Röjder.

Our open admission courses are already packaged courses available on-demand, open for registration, or open for application of interest. Prospective participants apply through their employer, who is responsible for financing participation.

Assessment, certificates and academic credits

Many of our open admission courses lead to academic credits if passed. The course description will indicate if this is the case. The assessment on these courses is as demanding as on other university courses and your course certificate and credits have the same status as they would on an ordinary university course.

No formal admission requirements

Your experience is valuable and you therefore do not need to show any school certificates or other qualifications to be admitted to a commissioned course. This applies even if the course is worth academic credits.

Courses offered

See the current course offering in the course catalogue (select the "In English" topic to narrow the list to courses delivered in English)