Study Information

Banking Information

If you are interested in having a Swedish bankaccount during your stay as an international student please contact SEB.

If you are interested in having a Swedish bankaccount during your stay as an international student please contact one of SEB’s offices. SEB offices near Stockholm University are located at:

 
The offices are open Monday - Friday, 10:00-15:00. Please do not visit during lunch hour (12:00-13:00) or in large groups in order to avoid a long queue at the office.
 
You need to bring certain documents to the branch office, please read more below:
 

International Students with a Swedish Identity Number

Students who have obtained a Swedish Identity Number (“personnummer”) from the Swedish Tax Authority need to bring their Swedish ID card or a birth certificate (“personbevis”) and passport.
 

International Students without a Swedish Identity number

Students from the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands)
• Certificate from the school you are attending including the duration of your studies
• Valid ID, please bring your passport
 

Members of EU/EES

• Certificate from the school you are attending including the duration of your studies
• Registration notice from the Swedish Migration Board (“Registrering av uppehållsrätt”)
• Valid ID, please bring your passport
 

Students from a non-EU/EES country and Swiss citizens

• Certificate from the school you are attending including the duration of your studies
• Residence permit
• Valid ID, please bring your passport
 
For more information please see the enclosed pdf down below, SEB - special offer for international students.

 

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Student Affairs Office

Mattias Arreborn
Room: 260
Phone: +46 (0)8-674 74 84
Email: expedition.ike@su.se

Visiting Hours: Mon-Thu 9.30-11.30 am and Thursdays 1.30-3.30 pm
Phone Hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 1.30-3.30 pm

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