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Content updated 2022-04-07

Student Visa/Residence Permit

Students that are required to have a residence permit and/or visa to study in Sweden are advised to start the process as soon as possible! Please contact the Swedish embassy and/or consulate to start your application.

It can take some months to get the permit approved, so it is important that you apply as soon as possible. It is also important that you find out what type of visa or residence permit you need before starting your application.

To be eligible for a residence permit/visa, you must be admitted to full-time studies for the period that you are here. Full-time study for one semester is equivalent to 30 credits. Please contact the Swedish embassy or consulate in your home country for more information. Students are recommended to apply online. More information can be found at the Swedish Migration Agency website.

You can find specific information for exchange students here.


Contact us via the links below or visit us during the drop in online or at Service Center on campus

 

International Office is closed 6 June due to the Swedish National Day!

Open hours during Summer holidays:

The last drop-in for the semester is Thursday 13 June.

We will be available via the Case sytem all summer, but as there are limited staff working during the summer, an answer may take longer than normal.

Drop-in will open again on Thursday 15 August, online drop-in at 11.30 - 12.30.

Introduction week for all new exchange students starts on 19 August. More information about the intro week schedule can be found here: www.ju.se/newstudent External link, opens in new window.

Weekly Drop-in

At Service Center : Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:30 - 12:30

Drop-in online: Thursdays, 11.30-12.30

Send us a case

Outgoing Students: Choose "Outgoing Exchange"

Incoming Students: Choose "Incoming Exchange"