Take the opportunity for a shorter international mobility through the Civis-courses.
Do you want to study abroad without having to spend a whole semester away? The CIVIS Alliance, in which Stockholm University is a participant, offers several courses for students who want to study a short term course at one or more partner universities in Europe.
- are free of charge for Civis-students (with some exceptions for fee-paying students)
- provide the opportunity to apply for funding for the trip and accommodation (application at the home university)
Find further information and application instructions on the following link:
Eligibility and application
In order to participate in a CIVIS course and get a stipend, you must be a registered student at Stockholm University, where you intend to graduate.
Students who receive any other grants from the EU or the Swedish Council for Higher Education (Universitets- och högskolerådet), e.g. Sida or SU Scholarship Scheme, are not allowed to apply for a CIVIS scholarship.
You apply directly to the organizing university. The selection and admission are done by the course coordinators.
Information about the application process can be found on the respective website:
Students who are participating in credit courses are covered by the ‘Student UT’ insurance by Kammarkollegiet.
Students participating in none credit courses are not registered in Ladok and therefore not covered by the Student-UT insurance. Students in that case need to buy an insurance and have to upload the insurance certificate in the scholarship application form.
All students should bring their European Health Insurance Card.
Once you have been admitted to a CIVIS course, you can apply for a scholarship for travel and accommodation. Please note that you are only entitled to receive a CIVIS scholarships for physical mobility in the host country. Online participation from Sweden or another country does not entitle you for the grant.
The CIVIS grant consists of two parts:
1. GRANT AMOUNT
The size of the grant for hotel and subsistence depends on the country. If necessary travel days can be reported as mobility days if they are directly connected to the mobility period.
Individual support per day (in Euro)
|Country||Greece||Germany||Belgium||France and Italy||Spain||Romania|
2. GRANT AMOUNT
The travel grant is determined by the travel distance (as the crow flies). Distances are calculated in one direction, but the amounts below apply to round trips: Erasmus+ distance calculator.
|Between 10 and 99 km||20 EUR per participant|
|Between 100 and 499 km||180 EUR per participant|
|Between 500 and 1999 km||275 EUR per participant|
|Between 2000 and 2999 km||360 EUR per participant|
|Between 3000 and 3999 km||530 EUR per participant|
|Between 4000 and 7999 km||820 EUR per participant|
Application for the scholarship
Students who have been admitted to a CIVIS course will be contacted from Student Services with application information.
Your home department or Student Services has to transfer your credits/note your participation in a none credit course in Ladok. When the course has been completed you need to hand in your Certificate of Attendance.
Please contact your home department or Student Services for more information about credit transfer.
Information for international fee-paying students
CIVIS courses (physical and virtual courses) which can be recognized as part of your study program at Stockholm University are free of charge.
CIVIS courses (physical and virtual courses) which will not count toward your degree have to be payed for. The CIVIS course will be calculated individually.
Please contact email@example.com well in advance for more information.
It is a good idea to contact the Migration Agency regarding your specific situation to see how the participation of the CIVIS course could affect your residence permit in Sweden.
For more information please contact: Swedish Migration Agency.
Last updated: November 29, 2021
Source: Student Services