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Information for new graduate students at the Department of Media Studies

Academic Calendar

Semester dates and public holiday information

Conditionally Admitted Students

What you need to know if you are conditionally admitted to our programs

Housing

There is a high demand for housing in the Stockholm region which is why we recommend all incoming students to get familiar with the housing market ahead of time

Insurance

Please review your insurance situation to ensure that you have a complete and adequate insurance coverage before arriving in Sweden

Registration Autumn 2019

New master's programme students (Swedish and international) need to register in person for courses at the Department

Welcome Activities and Introductions 2019

Welcome Activities, the Faculty of Humanities Introduction Day and the Department of Media Studies Program Introduction will help you get started with your studies at SU

Residence Permit

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are generally required to obtain a residence permit for studies before travelling to Sweden or entering the Schengen area

Schedule and Literature 2018

Pre-enrolment literature and schedules for your first semester Fall 2018

Swedish Language Courses

Take the opportunity to learn Swedish during your stay!

Tax Agency Registration

Students staying for more than one year must register with the Swedish Tax Agency "Skatteverket"

T-number

Your T-number is a temporary identification number used at the University until you have registered with the Swedish Tax Agency

Tuition Fees

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are generally required to pay tuition fees. Your first installment must be paid in full before your residence permit application can be processed

Master's Programmes Contact

master@ims.su.se

+46(0)8-16 4432

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