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International Students at Stockholm University

Are you a student in another country thinking about coming to Sweden? Whether you come here on your own (free-mover) or as an exchange student, we are pleased to welcome you. All the advanced level courses at the Department of Meteorology are given in English. Together with the International Office at the university we will provide assistance with formalities as well as practical matters. And you will not feel alone - Stockholm University have students from many countries all over the world.


Free Movers

You are welcome to study at MISU as a free mover. Then you organize your studies independently and apply directly to our master's courses and programs at

Exchange Students

To study one or two semesters abroad is a wonderful opportunity to experience a new academic environment and way of life as an integral part of your degree. Get more info and see our Erasmus+ partner departments!

Handbook for International Students

Each year the University publishes a printed Handbook for International students, which is given out to new students during Orientation Day. The handbook is also available for download as a pdf file. Click on the link below to download the digital version of the handbook.

General Information about Sweden

Sweden is one of the largest countries in Europe, with great diversity in its nature and climate. Sweden is a sparsely populated and characterized by its long coastline, extensive forests and numerous lakes.

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Contact information

Visiting address
Arrhenius Laboratory, 6th floor
Svante Arrhenius Väg 16C
Frescati Campus

Student office
Tel. 08-162418

Study and Career Adviser
Ingrid Eronn
Tel. 08-162418

Directors of Studies, BSc and MSc programmes
Kristofer Döös
Tel. 08-161734

Inga Koszalka
Tel. 08-164314

Director of Studies, PhD programme
Michael Tjernström
Tel. 08-163110

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Support for students with disabilities

As a student with a documented disability you can apply for educational support.