Admitted to Eastern Christian Studies

Welcome to University College Stockholm (Enskilda Högskolan Stockholm)!

You can see what courses you have been offered admission to at University College Stockholm at or

For courses starting in the Spring term 2021

Please do not forget to accept your offer of admission via or by December 16, 2020!

Course registration is open January 1-24, 2021

  • Registration means that you confirm that you have the intention to attend the course.
  • If you fail to register for the course, you will lose your place.
  • Before the registration you need to create an eduID account, see below.

Registration – step by step

University College Stockholm is connected to the national grading system LADOK where courses and grades are registered. We also use the Canvas learning platform for course homepages where you can find general information about the course, see and submit assignments and find the course literature. It is essential therefore for all students to be able to log in to both Ladok and Canvas. Unless you do so, you will not be able to participate in your course or program.

To log in to Ladok and Canvas, students with a Swedish personal identification number should first obtain an eduID. This is a digital identification system. Gaining an eduID can take one or two weeks so it is essential that you register with eduID as soon as possible after acceptance. Details of how you apply can be found below.

If you do not have a Swedish personal identification number you cannot obtain an eduID and you will need to register for Ladok  and Canvas through the course administrator which you should do as soon as possible after confirmation of your place (

How to register (for students with a Swedish personal identification number)

Create an eduID account as soon as possible. Registration can take some time.
Instructions (pdf)

Log in to LADOK – from January 1-24, 2021
To log in, please click on the link below and choose either eduID or

Log in to the course homepages in Canvas with eduID Instructions (pdf) – opens on Janyary 4, 2021

The schedule for the spring semester 2021 will be published on our webpage sometime in mid-December. You should check on the website from December 15.

When you click on this link LINK you can enter the title of your course in the search box. You will see a list of options appear below (Result box). If you find your course title there, click on it and that course title will move to the right-hand box (My Criteria box). Then if you click that title you will see your course schedule. There are different options there, including the possibility of downloading it to your own digital calendar.

You can find the calendar for the university here 

You can find the calendar for Sankt Ignatios College here

For the successful completion of your studies it is essential to have access to the course literature. You should try to obtain course literature well in advance of the start of each course. The library at University College Stockholm has course literature that can be borrowed, but only for short periods. Certain course books and papers are also made available as reference-only material which means that they can be read only in the library. Students based in Södertälje should know that on average it takes one hour fifteen minutes to travel between Södertälje Central station and Brommaplan station and that the journey by public transport will cost about 40 Swedish Kronor each way.  Many students buy their own key course literature.

Here are some helpful links:

Course descriptions and literature lists for courses: Course catalogue

Information about the library: Library

Due to the ongoing pandemic and increased numbers of Covid cases in the Stockholm region, all teaching is conducted online until further notice. The attendance requirement of 80% applies, the student should be digitally connected with a video camera with audio and video. If the digital connection does not work, it counts as absence regardless of the cause.

Students on distance courses must complete at least 80 % of the assignments on Canvas/Moodle and on-site meetings.

If you register for a course, but are unable to start or complete the course, it is important that this is reported to as soon as possible.

If you have a documented long-term disability that affects your studies, you can apply for special learning support. The application should be made in a system called NAIS. It is important that you upload necessary documentation supporting your disability with your digital application. All documentation is kept confidential. Here is a link to the website: NAIS 

Please also contact the coordinator for study support at University College Stockholm: Henrik Hannfors,, 08-564 357 25

The Student Union participates actively in the educational development at University College Stockholm. Membership in the student union is mandatory. The membership fee (SEK 125 per semester) is paid a few weeks after the start of the semester when an invoice is sent by e-mail to all students. More information about this can be found here (in Swedish): Student union membership

On behalf of the Student Union we also send a record of all registered students to Studentkortet, who provides all students with a student card that gives access to a wide range of special offers and discounts for students.

The university uses e-mail to send information to you. We send to the email address you have entered on and therefore it is important that you keep your contact information on updated there.

University College Stockholm is located on Åkeshovsvägen 29 in Bromma. The nearest subway station is Brommaplan. From the station it takes approx. 10 minutes to walk to the Campus. Map  

Sankt Ignatios College (Campus Södertälje) is located in Nyköpingsvägen 20, in Södertälje (in Sankta Maria Church, Antiochan Church in Sweden; former Baptist Church). The nearest commuter train (SL pendeltåg) station is Södertälje Centrum. From the station it takes approximately 1 minute to walk to Sankt Ignatios College. Map

Sankt Ignatios College is a collaboration between Sankt Ignatios Folkhögskola and the Stockholm School of Theology (University College Stockholm) and is responsible for all theological programs organised by the Department of Eastern Christian Studies at the Stockholm School of Theology (University College Stockholm).

University College Stockholm processes personal data in accordance with Swedish law. Here you can read the regulations concerning the management of your personal data

More information is available here 

In Swedish: Ny student
In English: New students

Welcome to University College Stockholm!