There are several different Swedish public agencies that provide information to international students. Please see the following list to find out more about who you should contact with specific types of questions.
University Admissions in Sweden
Run by the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR), University Admissions is often the first place students should turn to when they have questions. We are responsible for most aspects of the admissions process, as well as this website, and are here to help you.
If you have a question, you should:
Click on Do you have a question at the top of the page. We have gathered a large list of the questions that are most often asked regarding the admissions process in Sweden. We hope you can find your answer there!
If you can't find an answer to your question, you can contact us. The easiest way is to go to 'Do you have a question' and then click on 'Ask a question'. Your question will be sent to us via email, and a member of our admissions staff will send you a reply to your email address.
You can also contact us by telephone. Our telephone number can also be found in the questions section.
Here at University Admissions, we can answer questions regarding your account, the progress of your application, replying to your Notification of Selection Results, and other questions related to your application here at Universityadmissions.se.
Sometimes, you may have a question that is best answered by an admissions counselor at the university you're applying to. We have a list of contact information to Sweden's universities here. They are able to answer your questions regarding:
specific courses and programmes – what they're like, what is required
specific questions about the university
why you weren't accepted to a course or programme
specific entry requirements
- housing, registration, required meetings, etc.
Studyinsweden.se offers information and tools specifically for international students. There, you can find all kinds of information about what's it's like to study here. Topics such as housing, books, living in Sweden – things that aren't directly related to admission and your studies – are all covered at Studyinsweden.se. They also have extensive information regarding universities in Sweden and their courses and programmes.
Studyinsweden.se also has information about scholarship programmes offered by the Swedish Institute. See their website for further information, or contact them directly with your scholarship questions.
Studyinsweden.se is managed by the Swedish Institute.
Swedish Migration Board
Students with citizenship from a country outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland must apply for a residence permit for studies in Sweden. Questions regarding a residence permit should be directed to the Swedish Migration Board, the agency responsible for the residence permit process.
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