Practical Information

Below you will find some important information that will help you make the most of your studies with us.


For vocational programs and special programs and courses organized by Sankt Ignatios Folkhögskola you must be present at the registration on the first day of the semester (August 17, 2020). If you cannot be present you must notify the school administration before the registration, and be physically present no later than three weeks after this time in order to keep your place.

For programs and courses at Stockholm School of Theology (University College Stockholm) please follow this link

Link to registration page


Programs and courses organized by Sankt Ignatios Folkhögskola: Students can find more information about course schedule on Canvas (see below).

Programs and courses at Stockholm School of Theology: The schedule for the spring semester 2020 will be published here ( There you can search for your course schedule by entering the course title and choosing a text or a graphic schedule. You can also subscribe to the schedule and download it to your own digital calendar.


Many of courses use the digital platform Canvas which provides information about classes and assignments. You can find information about how to register on Canvas here.

All Tewahedo programs and courses taught in Tigrigna and Amharic use the online platform moodle. Students will receive an invitation to their email address

Please note that in order to join these platforms you will need to obtain an eduID password. This can take a few days so please register as soon as possible. You can find information about how to register on eduID here.

If you do not have a Swedish personal identity number you will be unable to register with eduID. Please contact the course administrator for help in this case.

For Stockholm School of Theology programs and courses, information about grades and results is provided on a different platform called Ladok. You can find information about how to register on Ladok here.

Contact Details

Contact with students is made primarily through email. It is essential that you keep your contact details up to date. If your email or telephone number has changed since your initial application please make sure you inform the course administrator

Your studies

Your teachers are responsible for your education in their classes. If you have any problems with your studies, you should in the first instance contact the teacher concerned. If this is unsatisfactory you should contact the dean of College.

Pastoral and Mental Health Support

Sankt Ignatios takes the well-being of our students very seriously and all our students have access to the services of a priest, who serves as chaplain to the college, and a professional psychologist.

Special Needs

If you have special needs please let us know as soon as possible before your course starts. It may be possible to offer support and help (for example extra time, audiovisual assistance) if we are aware of your needs in good time. There may also be educational support through NAIS. There is a link to their website here

It is important that you are able to provide official confirmation of your needs to receive help.

Changes in Circumstances

If your circumstances change so that you are unable to begin or to continue your studies it is important that you let us know as soon as possible.

Personal data Processing

Sankt Ignatios processes students’ personal information in accordance with Swedish Law. This law gives you the right to know what information we keep about you. Contact the director of studies

for further information.