Nominated students

OLS Erasmus bird

Erasmus+ Language Assessment

As of 1 January 2015, some students who go on a study exchange or work placement within the Erasmus+ programme are required to take a language test.

European Health Insurance Card

Insurance information

As an exchange student from Stockholm University, you are automatically covered by an insurance policy from Kammarkollegiet. If you travel within the EU/EEA, you should also make sure to bring the European health insurance card.


Erasmus+ grant application

All students who go on an Erasmus+ exchange through Stockholm University will receive a grant. Once you have been admitted to the partner university you can apply for the grant.

Information meetings for nominated students

Each semester the International Office arranges a meeting for students nominated for exchange the upcoming semester. The meetings are open to all students at Stockholm University and will include information about for example cultural differences, health, security and financial aid.


Departmental agreements/Erasmus

Central university-wide agreements
International Office
Studenthuset, Universitetsvägen 2 B

Drop-in opening hours
International Office:

Tuesday: 10:00-12:30
Thursday: 13:00-15:00



Front cover of Study abroad handbook

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