You can contact the study guidance services for questions about university studies or specific programmes. You can also meet someone to discuss your plans, goals, and future career. This website contains contact information for programme specific questions, and opening hours for telephone, chat, and drop-in.

Chat with a Study and careers adviser

You can chat with a Study and careers adviser if you:

  • have general questions about the University.
  • are unsure if you are eligible or need to find out more about how to apply.
  • have general questions about our programmes.

Chat hours

The chat will be visible on this page every Wednesday and Friday, 13.00–15.00. (Chat will be canceled 5 January)

Book a study counselling session

Book your appointment (60 minutes) by calling us (see times below) or by chatting with us. You can also use our online booking, where some of our time slots are offered. If you cannot find a time that suits you, you are welcome to call or chat with us.

Please, describe what you would like to talk about when booking the appointment.

Are you a student at Malmö University? If so, please contact the counselling service at your faculty

Booking via TimeCenter

The study and career advisers at Malmö University provide professional secrecy in accordance with The Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act, chap. 23:5§.

Call, email or visit us

Student Service Centre, Neptuniplan 7/Matrosgatan 1 studievagledning@mau.se +46 40 665 75 10 Monday and Wednesday 10–12, Tuesday and Thursday 14–16 (Phone hours cancelled 12 and 14 March)

Programme specific questions

If you have questions about specific programmes, you should contact the study and career adviser at the faculty where the programme is offered. You can find the department or school within which your education is offered on the programme page under 'Contact'.

Email: lsvagledning@mau.se

Phone: +46 40 665 70 75

Phone hours:

  • Monday and Wednesday: 10.00–12.00
  • Thursday: 14.00–16.00 

Email: hsvagledning@mau.se

Phone: +46 40 665 77 97

Phone hours:

  • Field of criminology, biomedicine and nursing: Tuesday and Thursday 08.30–09.30.
  • Field of social work: Monday and Wednesday 08.30–09.30

For guidance and questions about courses and programmes in the field of police work: Karin Lundell