Change of password
In the welcome letter that you received in the beginning of your study, your password is stated. This can be difficult to remember, so we recommend that you change it to something that is easier for you to remember. You can always change this password, and should you forget it, you can always reset it to the original one from the welcome letter. Therefore, we recommend saving the letter for this potential occasion.
Down below you can see an example of your welcome letter that you have recieved at the beginning of your studies.
We advice you to save your welcome letter because this password you see on it, is what Study Service can reset it to, in case your forget it.
Here is an example of a welcome letter.
We recommend that you save the letter. If you choose to make your own password and later forgets it, StudieService (Student Service) are able to reset the password to the origional one from the welcome letter.
Open a web browser (e.g. Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer)
Go to the address: http://selvbetjening.pha.dk you will find a page where you can change your password. Choose english version by clicking the flag in the lower right corner.
Type your username (Absalon mail address)
- Type your password (the one from the welcome letter)
- Click on Log in
Type your informations
- Type your password again
- Type the new password
- Repeat the new password
- Click on Confirm
Your password is now changed!
Please notice that you will need to use the same password for all the services provided by Absalon. As soon as you have changed the password, the change will apply to all services.
You can change your password as often as you like.
Did you forget the original password?
If you forgot your password, please click here.
You can reset your password via your mobile phone
- Type your mobile phone number
- Click Reset
Please notice! This will only work if we have your mobile phone number in our system. If we do not have the correct number, you will have to contact Studieservice (Student Service), they can help you reset the code to the original one from your welcome letter.