If Anything Should Happen Abroad
If anything should happen while abroad.
If anything should happen during your exchange it is important that you contact your International Coordinator at KI. Please add the following contact details in your cell phone before you leave Sweden.
Falck Global Assistance
In an absolute emergency situation, contact Falck Global Assistance. Tel: +46 49 8587717 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ICE - In Case of Emergency
If anything would happen to you during your exchange, if you become seriously hurt and cannot speak, it is advisable to add ICE contacts in your mobile phone. ICE is an internationally recognized concept, where medical staff quickly can get in touch with your relatives.
Remember to add the prefix "+" instead of "00" (which only works in Europe). Sweden's country code is 46. For instance, if you want your sister in Sweden to be your ICE contact, add her as "ICE Sister +4670123456". You can have more than one ICE contact.
Infection Clinic in Stockholm
If you encounter a needle stick injury and have questions about the prophylaxis or other infection-related questions you can call around infection clinic in Stockholm at any time.
Karolinska Hospital Flemingsberg. Tel. +46 8585800 00
Karolinska Hospital in Solna. Tel. +46 8517700 00
Lost Your Passport?
If you lose your passport or national ID card in another country, you should contact your nearest embassy/consulate.
Register at the Embassy
If you are travelling to a low- or middle-income country, we recommend that you register with your embassy/consulate when you arrive to the country where you will carry out your exchange studies. Follow the embassy's recommendations and advice on healthcare in the country you are.
Student Wellbeing Centre at Karolinska Institutet
If you suffered a workplace injury/stick injury follow the Student Wellbeing Centre routines. The Student Wellbeing Centre is open during office hours. Tel. +46 8524835 60
The Insurance StudentUT
If you during your exchange period need to use the insurance Student UT you must make a claim. Theft must be reported to the local police authority. Full terms and conditions for Student UT and the claim form is available below.
The claim form must be signed by you and sent with any police reports and / or receipts to your International Coordinator at KI. Thereafter it will be sent to Kammarkollegiet. If you are in the EU and hold EU citizenship, you should use the European Health Insurance Card for any health related matters.