Pre-arrival webinars and lives

As a newly admitted student to one of our global bachelor's or master's programmes you can participate in a number of webinars and lives. All aiming to help you prepare well for your arrival to Stockholm, Sweden.

Pre-departure webinar: Thursday 15 April, 3 pm (CET)

Everything you need to know before you arrive to Stockholm and Karolinska Institutet. We will cover topics such as housing, residence permit, living costs and much more. A current international student will also be there to talk about student life. There will be plenty of time for questions.

Watch the recorded webinar on Karolinska Institutet Student Vlogs (YouTube).

Organiser: Education Support Office at Karolinska Institutet

Instagram Live on Housing: Monday 19 April, 3-5 pm (CET)

Our digital ambassadors will show you round the different housing options in Stockholm! All the way from Flemingsberg to Pax. If you want to see inside KI Housing, find out what SSSB is or learn how to get a room on the private market, this live will answer all of your questions!

Watch the recorded live on @kistudents

Organiser: Digital ambassadors at Karolinska Institutet

Residence permit webinar: Wednesday 28 April, 4 pm (CET)

Study in Sweden will host a webinar together with the Swedish Migration Agency (Migrationsverket) on how to apply for a residence permit.

Watch the recorded webinar on Study in Sweden's YouTube channel.

Organiser: Study in Sweden

Pre-departure webinars abroad: 15-29 April

Swedish Foreign Missions around the world are organising pre-departure webinars in a number of different countries. Join for practical information and the opportunity to meet fellow students.

You will receive an invite directly to the email adress you used when applying at universityadmissions.se if a webinar is organised in your country.

You can find a list of all planned webinars on Study in Sweden's website.

Organiser: Swedish Foreign Missions

Facebook Live on Student Life: Check back for day and time

Live from one of the city's beautiful parks, three of our digital ambassadors will be talking about life in Stockholm, activities available to students, and what they like to get up to in their spare time. You will be abel to ask any questions you might have on what life as a student in Stockholm is like, and learn once and for all that it isn't always freezing cold and cloudy.

Organiser: Digital ambassadors at Karolinska Institutet

New in Sweden– the population register and basic tax information: 14 June, 10-11.15 am

The Swedish Tax Agency is offering useful webinars for persons who are planning to move to Sweden to study or to work at a Swedish university.

Organiser: The Swedish Tax Agency