Degree certificates are issued by the Division of Admissions and Degrees at Mälardalen University.
When you have finished your studies and you fulfil a degree requirement you can apply for a degree certificate.
The degree certificate includes only completed courses, the number of credits, grade, grading scale, the date for the grade and, where appropriate, other studies that have been transferred. All degree certificates are bilingual, i.e. written in Swedish and English and are issued together with a Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement contains information in English about the Swedish Higher Education system and the degree in question.
Apply for a Degree Certificate
You apply for a degree certificate in Ladok for students,
If you don't have an active student account you use eduID,or use the printable application form. Before you apply, make sure you read the instructions carefully. You are personally responsible for completing every section of the application
If you use the application form you need to print the form, fill it out and send it to Division of Admissions and Degrees. PhD students are advised to use the application form.
- You need to make sure that all your results and final grade are registered for all the courses that are to be included in the degree. If results are missing, contact the
- If you are an international student who has studied a master program at Mälardalen University you need to enclose an attested copy of your bachelor degree and a transcript of the courses included in your degree
- If you have more credits than the degree requires you need to write on the application form which course that are not to be included in the degree
Applications are processed in order, strictly according to their date of arrival. The processing time for degree certificate is currently 8-10 weeks.
The degree certificate will be sent to you by post. Make sure that you write your address legibly in capital letters.
A decision to reject an application for a degree certificate may be appealed to the Higher Education Appeals Board. Information about how to appeal will be enclosed if your application is rejected. Read more at.