Departmental agreements

(Erasmus, Departmental non-European bilateral agreements, Nordplus and Linneaus-Palme).

The different departments at Stockholm University have signed exchange agreements in specific academic subject areas with specific institutions of higher education throughout the world. You are generally only eligible to study at Stockholm University as an exchange student if you are studying the relevant subject at one of these partner institutions.

The exchanges have been set up for specific number of students who will initially be selected by the home institution. You have to go through a selection process at your home university before submitting an application to the coordinator at your department at Stockholm University.

Academic requirements for the courses you are interested in applying to can be found under each course in the course catalogue.

Central university-wide agreements

(Central non-European bilateral agreements, Nordlys and North2north)
Stockholm University has signed exchange agreements with specific institutions of higher education throughout the world and you are only eligible to study at Stockholm University as an exchange student if you are a student at one of these partner institutions.

The exchanges have been set up for specific number of students who will initially be selected by the home institution. You have to go through a selection process at your home university before submitting an application to the Stockholm University.

Exchange students coming through a Central non-European university-wide bilateral agreement or within the Nordlys network are not registered with a specific department at Stockholm University and can take courses from a number of departments. However, in some cases the exchange agreements have been set up in specific academic areas only.

Academic requirements for the courses you are interested in applying to can be found under each course in the course catalogue.