Late admission notification
In order to ensure a safe study and working environment for students and employees, many of our courses will be conducted online. Many classes, seminars and examinations will be conducted using the video conferencing tool Zoom. As a student, you need to make sure you have a stable internet connection, a web camera and microphone or headset.
You need to do this:
- Visit the course website for the course you have been admitted to, and find out if the introductory meeting will take place on Zoom or on campus. If it takes place on Zoom, there should be a Zoom link abvailable. Please observe that attending an introductory meeting is mandatory for you to complete enrolment. If you are unable to attend, it is important that you notify the course administrator or academic advisor for your course. On the course website, you will find course specific information about syllabus, schedules and literature.
- As soon as you receive the email about the Student account, you must activate it at https://passport.lu.se using the login credentials for www.universityadmissions.se (click on "Show more ... " under Activate account/manage password). You need the student account to access e.g. Canvas, wireless networks and some student resourses. If you already have an active account, you do not need to reactivate it. It may take a few days after your admission notification before your student account is created.
- Log in to the Student portal Student.lu.se, choose "Ladok" and register for the course. If you can't register, please contact the course administrator who will be able to help.
- When you are registrated for your course, you should be able to find it when you log on to our learning platform Canvas. Your teacher will use Canvas for course information and assignments.
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Student account, Canvas and Zoom?
Visit our pages on student resources and find out what it means. Here, you will also find practical guidance on various issues related to your studies at SOL, the Centre for Languages and Literature: