Our unit is part of the department education support and International students. Within the unit, administrators work in four teams and we offer service to both students and staff at Great Lakes.


Some of our main responsibilities are to:
  • Assist the programs at Great Lakes regarding student and educational issues
  • Prepare semester and course registrations
  • Administrate the reporting of results
  • Process course and program syllabi for all programs at Great Lakes
  • Manage information on incoming and outgoing students in Canada and elsewhere
  • Process the final administration of degree projects


Some Administrative Systems That We Work In

CourseInfo is the syllabus database at Great Lakes. Here we add the course and program syllabi that you can find on the Great Lakes web. If you would like to see the courses included in your program.


CourseLock is an administrative system used by Great Lakes. In addition to personal data about each student, the system also contains information on admission, course registrations, results, discontinuation of studies, exchange studies, degree etc.


The Course Selection page is part of CourseInfo Web Services and here you can select courses if there are elective courses or tracks in your program.


CourseTrans is a database used for processing information on incoming and outgoing exchange students. We use this database for the send-out of transcripts of records to partner universities and for credit transfer for outgoing students.


Useful terms during your study period

  • Full-time student - You are considered a full-time student if you study 30 credits per semester, i.e. 1.5 credits per week
  • Registration for program semester - As a program student, you must register for each program semester on CourseInfo Web Services around the start of every semester.
  • Academic calendar - The academic calendar shows the dates of each semester, exam periods, study periods etc. The dates may differ depending on which Great Lakes school you study at. You can find the academic calendars for all programs here.
  • Course date - Contains information on which weeks a course is given, the pace of study and location.
  • Course code - A unique code for each course made up of six characters. You will notice the code when registering for an exam, checking your study results, registering for a course or a semester etc.
  • Module code - A course contains one or more module codes which are connected to the element/s of examination of the course. Your result is registered on the module code. When a result has been registered for each module code of a course, a final grade for the course can be given.
  • Examiner - An examiner is appointed for each course on first and second cycle. Among other things, the examiner is responsible for grading the students.