Newly admitted students
Newly admitted students
We are excited to welcome you to your desired education – a new journey with unique experiences of living and studying abroad is going to start for you.
On this page, we would like to support and help you with your next steps and provide you with useful and practical information. The BTH Guidance Programme aimed at programme students includes virtual open house webinars tailormade for each step and we will invite you to join different live sessions to get detailed information and direct contact with our experts and programme managers. We also offer chats with our student ambassadors and newly graduated alumni, as well as chats and virtual meetings with our International Office.
Congratulations on your study place at Blekinge Institute of Technology. I’m honoured that you have chosen BTH for your education. I hope you will find your time here rewarding both for your studies and for your personal well-being.
Vice-Chancellor, Mats Viberg
Information for on-campus programmes
Spring term 2022
The teaching of study period 4 (weeks 13–22) will take place according to regular planning, i.e. campus for campus-based programmes and courses. International students are given the opportunity for digital teaching when it is not possible to follow teaching on campus.
Autumn term 2022
For study period 1 (week 35 – 43) and period 2 (week 44 – 02), teaching will take place on campus for campus-based programmes and courses. We recommend paying the tuition fees and applying for the residence permit as soon as possible.
Registration and information
Important next steps to keep your place on the education
1. Tuition fee
Non-EU/EEA students are required to pay tuition fee for the studies. Visit our tuition fee page for terms and conditions for fee-paying students.
2. Activate student account
You can activate your student account when you receive an e-mail from BTH regarding student account. Information and link to activation is available in the Student Portal. If you have not received an e-mail regarding student account one week before the registration period closes, please contact the IT Helpdesk.
3. Register for the courses
You must register for the courses to keep your place on the education. Register in Ladok for students, instructions are in the Student portal. You can find the registration periods here. If you cannot carry out the registration yourself, contact email@example.com.
4. Log in to learning platform Canvas
BTH’s digital learning platform is called Canvas and you log in to Canvas with your student account. In Canvas, you can find pages for individual courses with information from the course manager and teachers. There is also a page for each programme with information from the programme manager. Log in to Canvas here.
5. Course schedule
You can search for course schedule here, use the course code in the search field. The schedule is available a few weeks before the course start.
6. Student on a programme or course package?
Read your welcome letter! You will find the welcome letter for programmes here and for course packages here. If you have specific questions, please contact the programme manager or course package manager.
7. Student on freestanding courses?
You will find information on the course Canvas page. If you have specific questions, please contact the course manager.
8. Participate in the roll call
If you do not participate in the roll call, or report planned absence to the programme- or course manager, you may lose your place on the education.
Welcome to BTH
Join our virtual open house webinars to get detailed information on your Master's programme and direct contact to your programme manager, students and experts in tuition fees and housing.
Congratulations to our students selected for a BTH Scholarship reducing the tuition fee! Take a look at our special welcome webinar for scholarship students.
We would like you to feel safe to start your desired Master’s programme and are providing information about the situation in Sweden and at BTH.
The academic year consists of two semesters and each is divided into two study periods.
In order to find accommodation, you have to make an online application or send an email to the housing companies.