As not all decisions constitute grounds for an appeal, it is important that you read through the following information before making one.

What can be appealed?

You may only appeal decisions made regarding whether you meet the general and specific entry requirements for a specific course or programme. 

Late or incomplete applications, cancelled courses or programmes or the selection result - whether or not you were offered a place - do not constitute grounds for an appeal.

Instructions for submitting an appeal

In order to speed up the process and facilitate a fair assessment, you must fill in the appeals form - you can find the link on this page. Follow these instructions:

  • Enter your data on screen then print out the form. 

  • Print out a copy of your Notification of Selection Results. 

  • Upload your appeals document and Notification here at at the 'Documents' tab when you log in to your account.

Please note the form is not designed to save your data. Print it directly after completion.

If you do not have access to a scanner, you can also submit your appeals form and notification via regular post. The address is:

FE 20104
83987 Östersund


If your appeal is for one of the following universities, your letter must be addressed to the vice-chancellor of the university: Chalmers University of Technology, Ersta Sköndal University College, Stockholm School of Economics, Jönköping University, The Red Cross University College of Nursing, Sophiahemmet University College, Johannelunds theological university college and Stockholm School of Theology. 

Refer to requirements

In your appeal, you must state which university (higher education institution) the appeal concerns, the decision you're appealing, and the reason for the appeal. In order to make a clear statement, you need to refer to the entry requirements for the bachelor's or master's course or programme in question.

Should you wish to make an appeal for more than one course or programme, you have to fill in and print a separate form for each of them.

Three weeks time limit

The appeals form must reach University Admissions in Sweden no later than three weeks after you have received your Notification of Selection Results.

Response to the appeal

The university to which you appeal will re-assess your eligibility and, if any documentation has been disregarded, a new decision will be made. If the university concerned chooses not to change its decision, your appeal will be forwarded to the appeals authority in question, which will make the final decision.

Even if the authority upholds your appeal, there is no guarantee that you will be able to begin the course or programme during the current academic year; you may be required to wait until the next time the course or programme is offered.

New documents in support of your application

As stated earlier, you can only appeal decisions that have been made regarding whether you meet the general and specific entry requirements. If you wish to submit new documents in support of your application, please do not include them with an appeals form. Instead, please submit your documents separately to University Admissions as soon as possible. 

In order for your new documents to be considered, you must reapply. Please see the following link for information regarding reapplying:

Reapplying to courses and programmes