Swedish for International Students

Swedish for International Students
Swedish for international students

Swedish for International Students

International students may apply for Swedish language training on condition that you are admitted to studies at Stockholm University through an exchange programme or an equivalent agreement (scholarship, doctoral candidate, visiting reseacher).

 Literature and general information, Swedish for international students spring 2017 (98 Kb)

 

Schedules, Course descriptions, Literature, Registration

Course Requirements, Application, Introduction & Placement test

Two students looking at a folder.

Orientation Day

Orientation Day is an information packed day during the Orientation Week where newly arrived international students will receive information about practical matters such as banking, health care, computer accounts, student life, Swedish language courses.

Rules and regulations

Rules for Exams at Stockholm University and Regulations for Examination at Stockholm University. About cheating and harassments a.o.

student office/student counsellor

Jennica Andersson, Ellen Freider, Sofia Johansson

Jennica Andersson, Ellen Freider, Sofia Johansson Foto: Johan Asplund, 2xPia Nordin

E-mail: studexp.int.svefler@su.se

Tel: +46 8 16 34 74
Phone hours
Monday 10–11
Tuesday 10–11 and 15–16
Thursday 10–11

Room: D 624
Visiting hours
Monday 12.30–13.30
Tuesday 12.30–13.30
Thursday 12.30–13.00

Visiting address
Building D, floor 6
Universitetsvägen 10 D
Södra huset
Frescati

Postal address
Dept of Swedish Language and Multilingualism
Swedish for int. students (or employees)
Stockholm University
SE-106 91 Stockholm
Sweden

Fax: +46 8 15 85 33

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