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Webinars for new international students

The notifications of selection results for master’s programmes starting in the autumn 2021 were published on 9 April on universityadmissions.se.

The welcoming of newly admitted international students starts with a series of webinars with the purpose of preparing students for their upcoming studies at Stockholm University. 

Three students on campus, one has a laptop.
Photo: Jens Olof Lasthein

 

Pre-departure webinars in May

On 22 May we'll host pre-departure webinars for newly admitted students. Join us to learn more about what to do next. Here are some of the topics that we’ll cover: 

  • Practical pre-departure matters such as tuition fee payment, residence permit application & insurances for international students.
  • Survival guide once in Sweden: how to get around, shop, pay, open a bank account, get a Swedish phone number etc.
  • Student life in Stockholm, bests spots to study on campus even if your studies are online, how to get support if you feel isolated, student health, activities for students.

22 May: Pre-departure webinars 


 

Webinar weekend in July

On 17-18 July, we will host "Webinar weekend" in which all newly admitted students are welcome to participate. The webinars are scheduled all-day on a Saturday and a Sunday to enable students to participate and ask questions at a time that is most convenient for them during the weekend. 

17 July: Webinar weekend for newly admitted students

18 July: Webinar weekend for newly admitted students

 

The following webinars were offered in collaboration with departments that are specifically for students admitted to the programmes offered at the departments. 

Webinar with the Department of Education  

Webinar for admitted students with the Department of Sociology

Webinar for admitted students with the Department of Biology Education

 

 

Need to apply for a residence permit? Study in Sweden will host a webinar to walk you through some of the basics related to your residence permit application.

How to renew your residence permit 

How to apply for a residence permit for studies in Sweden

 

The Swedish Tax Agency offers webinars in English for anyone who is planning to move to Sweden to study or to work at a Swedish university. The webinar New in Sweden – the population register and basic tax information will be held on:

12 May at 14.00 – 15.15

14 June at 10.00 – 11.15

31 August at 14.00 - 15.15

See the dates and signup at skatteverket.se/infotraffar

 

More information

International students can also find useful pre-departure information on our website. A sort of "to do" list, to feel well prepared before departure to Sweden, can be found at su.se/predeparture.

If you have recently been admitted to studies and have any questions you are always welcome to contact us at study@su.se.

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