May is Mental Health Awareness month, which is a cause close to our hearts here at Study in Stockholm.
Human beings are social creatures that tend to get bored very easily, so here are my top 8 activities you can do, while going through quarantine, or simply spending some time alone.
Make sure you avoid the most common application mistakes! British student Neggi Khalessi tells you how.
The application. It needs to be done right, right?
FAQ The most common questions about studying in Stockholm You apply through the central application portal Universityadmissions.se. For the spring semester the application deadline is 15 August. For the autumn semester the application deadline is 15 January. Please note that there are separate [...]
By: Tetiana Poliakova Our generation has definitely mastered the use of smartphones in everyday life. Thankfully, there are many apps to make our life easier. Here is my pick of 10 free apps you should download as a student in Stockholm. Travelling SL – [...]
Flying home for the winter break? Want to know the easiest, cheapest, fastest, or most relaxed way to get to Arlanda Airport? Here it is!
Some clever tips and tricks for your student life!
By: Diana Carrillo and Viivi Silvennoinen Did you get your letter of acceptance to a university in Stockholm? Congratulations! Not sure what to do next? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We have gathered the most important things you need to do now. Accept your study place. [...]
Students in Stockholm get discounts all over Stockholm city. With a valid student ID you can, for example, use any SL ticket (public transport) available at a discounted fare. To start with, you can check out these student discount cards: Studentkortet Some information in English is provided here as well as on their app, which you [...]