Tuition fee payment, timeline autumn semester 2021
The following timeline applies to students who have been admitted in the first admissions round.
9 April - Master's results published
Notification of selection results for Master’s programmes are published. Students admitted to a Master’s programme who are required to pay tuition fees will be sent an electronic application form for the Stockholm University scholarship via email.
12 April - Deadline Scholarship application, Master's
Deadline for application to the Stockholm University scholarship.
16 April - Bachelor's results published
Notification of selection results for Bachelor’s programmes and courses are published.
28 April - Scholarship results Swedish Institute, Master's
If you have applied for a SI Scholarship, the results are given on this day.
May - Invoices are sent to admitted students
Invoices are sent to admitted students in the first admission round.
For students who are admitted late (have made a late application/have been placed as on waiting list and are now being offered a study seat) the invoices will be sent on a weekly basis.
June - Deadline for payment of the tuition fee
We want to underline that you should pay with due haste but as it will not be possible for some students to make the payment by the formal deadline of June 4th, payments will be accepted until the end of June. However, please note that if you pay any later than June 4th it will take longer to register payment in our educational database and thus for the Migration Agency to be notified.
Residence permit application
Once the tuition fee instalment has been paid, students may apply for a residence permit for studies.
How to pay the tuition fee
Re-assessment of the tuition fee status
In order for your tuition fee status to be reconsidered, you need to present new documentation of your status. Please follow the instructions to request a re-assessment that you can find at the link below.
FAQ Costs, fees and scholarships
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Last updated: May 21, 2021
Source: Student Services