Practicalities

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  • Breathing space – a room for prayer and meditation Need to take a pause? 'Andrum', which means something like 'breathing space' in Swedish, is the name of a room for prayer and meditation, open to all at Stockholm University irrespective of religion or creed.
  • Costs and funding Information on living cost for students, grants and loans and other funding.
  • Finding accommodation in Stockholm Stockholm University helps International Exchange Students and International Masters Students who have received a scholarship via Stockholm University Scholarship Scheme with housing. All other students must find housing on their own.
  • Insurance information Students at Stockholm University are covered by different insurances, depending on their student status. Make sure you know which category you belong to and pay attention to coverage and restrictions.
  • Mobile app helps you to navigate around the campus The mobile app "Stockholm University Guide" enables you to use your phone to navigate around the campus and find services available to students.
  • Public Holidays There are no official breaks and students on certain courses will be required to submit essays or sit exams throughout the whole semester. There is usually a two week teaching break at Christmas, but we would advise you to check your department’s website for essay/exam timetables before making any travel arrangements.

Stockholm University Campus

Drönarbild över Frescati, Photo: Clément Morin

Most teaching and research activities at Stockholm University take place in the Frescati area just north of Stockholm city. It is located in the middle of the world’s first national city park, and the area is characterised by beautiful nature, interesting architecture and modern art.