Study and career counselling
The study counsellors can provide you with information about university courses and offer counselling about studies, work and the labour market. If you have questions about university rules, admission requirements or graduation rules, do not hesitate to ask.
Based on your specific situation, the counsellor can help you sort through your concerns and see the different options available. Whether you have specific questions about specific courses, or questions of a more general nature, the counsellor is a professional who will help you get further.
A counselling session may touch on many areas of life. Therefore, it is important to know that the counsellor is bound to professional secrecy with regard to your personal circumstances.
Your way into work
Are you nearing the end of your studies and want feedback on your CV and covering letter, or maybe tips for a job interview? Do you need someone to bounce ideas off or help getting started with your application? The study and career counsellors help and support undergraduate and graduate students on their way into work.
Study counsellors for courses and programmes
Each department has a study counsellor whose task is to answer questions related to specific courses or programmes of study given by their department. They can even set up an individual study plan in cases needed. You can find the study counsellor of the department at the webpage for each Bachelor’s programme, Master’s programme or freestanding course.
General study and career counsellors
If you have questions and concerns regarding your studies and career in general, you can turn to the general study and career counsellors at the university. You can visit them during drop-in hours or book an appointment. You can also book an appointment that is held via Zoom, on the phone or during a “walk and talk”. A walk and talk conversation is a conversation that takes place during a walk in central Uppsala.
Due to the corona virus, all meetings are currently taking place online via the e-meeting tool Zoom, via email, video link or telephone.
Book an appointment
You can currently only book digital meetings (telephone or e-meetings). Available appointments are published every day, Monday-Friday, and one week ahead. If you are unable to book, please try again later.
We offer online drop-in hours via Zoom. When you enter the Zoom meeting you will be placed in a waiting room until it is your turn. The meeting is kept short and is best suited for limited questions.
For opening hours and booking an appointment, se the study counsellors at Campus Gotland.
Closed all holidays and bridging days.