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Ladok for students

Ladok is a system for student records where you can administrate your studies. Among other things, you can see your results on courses, register for courses, register for exams, print certificates and apply for a degree certificate. Here you will find information about Ladok's various services.

Access Ladok

You can access Ladok via the link below or in the personal menu under the heading "Services".

Log in to Ladok

Other related services such as viewing your scanned written exams  can also be found in the personal menu under the heading "Services".

Confirm the identity on your KTH account

As of 10 December 2023, all students with a Swedish personal identity number must have at least assurance level AL2 on their KTH account in order to be able to login to Ladok. If you haven’t already, you need to raise your assurance level as soon as possible.

Read more on Confirm the identity on your KTH account

Update your e-mail

Make sure that you have specified the correct e-mail address in the personal menu and Ladok. E-mails concerning study results are sent to the e-mail address entered in Ladok, e-mails from KTH such as reminders about exam registration and room placement for exams are sent to the e-mail address you have entered in the personal menu or via this link: Manage e-mail

Student records and services for students

Here you can read about what you can do in Ladok and what information is registered and how it is processed in Ladok. You can also read about how Ladok complies with the law on accessibility.

Student records and services for students

Certificates via Ladok

You can download different types of certificates via Ladok. A control code on the certificate proves its authenticity, so no signature from KTH is needed. Here you can read about certificates in Ladok.

Certificates of academic results

Questions and answers about Ladok (FAQ)

Here you will find tips and answers to common questions about Ladok, such as how to find study results or update contact information.

FAQ Ladok

The principle of public access

Your information in Ladok is processed according to the same rules that apply to other public documents kept by authorities. KTH is an authority and is subject to the principle of public access. Here you can read about the principle of public access and how your information in Ladok is affected.

Ladok and the principle of public access

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Last changed: Sep 28, 2023