Incoming exchange students

The basic requirement for entering Stockholm University as an exchange student is that you have been accepted as an exchange student through a formal exchange programme or similar agreement between your university and Stockholm University.

 

Students on a view mountain with a beautiful view of Stockholm.
Students with a view of Riddarfjärden and the City Hall in Stockholm. Photo: Niklas Björling/Stockholm University.

In the first instance, you as prospective exchange student should approach the relevant international exchange co-ordinator in your home institution.

Learn about course selection, application process and other practicalities that specifically apply to exchange students. Find information in the link below.

General information for exchange students


 

Exchange agreements at the department

The Department of Child and Youth Studies has Erasmus agreements with a number of universities in Europe and North America. If your home university has an agreement with our department you can be nominated to come as an exchange student.

Our Exchange Agreement and partner universitys


 

Exchange agreements at Stockholm University

Stockholm University has serveral central agreements, and other departments also have agreements.

More information at Study with Us


 

Visiting students

You are welcome to apply as a visiting student, also called "free-mover" or "Independent student" (i.e. outside an exchange agreement between universities). The language of instruction in our educations at the department is normally Swedish, but we have four of undergraduate courses taught in English.

Courses and programmes att the Department of Child and Youth Studies


 

Buddy program for incoming exchange students

The Departments involved in teacher education at Stockholm University offers you as an incoming exchange student within teacher education/educational sciences to join our buddy program.

It´s an opportunity for you to get to know local teacher education studentens and join some fun activities during your studie time.

Buddy program for incoming exchange students


 

Meet our exchange students

What I really liked about Stockholm University was the welcome activities and the buddy program.

Deborah Suter, utbytesstudent från Schweiz sitter på en brygga med vass bakom sig.

Read the travel report by the exchange student Deborah Suter from Switzerland. It is about her experience studying two courses whitin the subject field Early Childhood Education at the Department of Child and Youth Studies, Stockholm University.

Exchange student Deborah Suter from Switzerland

 

Stockholm University is very supportive to students. They listen to students’ voices.

Nagomi Sugiyama
Nagomi Sugiyama

Read the interview with Nagomi Sugiyama from Japan who was studying courses in Early Childhood Education during the fall semester 2020 at the Department of Child and Youth Studies.

Interview with exchange student Nagomi Sugiyama from Japan

 

 

Contact

If you have any questions about our exchange agreements at the Department of Child and Youth Studies or other questions related to study in Sweden and Stockholm University, you are welcome to contact our International coordinator.

International Coordinator
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