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Practical Information

Housing

Stockholm University will assist the Penn State Law students, as far as possible, in arranging university housing and will provide appropriate assistance in matters of health, language, and local custom that may arise. However, due to shortage of rooms there is no guarantee of student housing. If you are not offered a room through the Housing Office you will get information on how to find housing on your own. There is usually also a second housing lottery once the semester starts for those who still haven’t found housing. Please direct all your questions regarding housing to the Housing Office: studenthousing@su.se

Living Cost

An average monthly budget is set out below to give you some idea of the cost of living in Sweden:Food: SEK 2,000. Accommodation: SEK 3,200. Local travel: SEK 500. Telephone/internet: SEK 300. Insurance, medical care and hygiene: SEK 250. Student union fee: SEK 60-70. Clothing, hobby/leisure, other: SEK 750. Total: SEK 7,070

Working

If you are enrolled at a Swedish university or university college you can work in Sweden during the course of your studies without a work permit. You do, however, need a residence permit if you stay for longer than three months.

For more practical information please see: http://www.studyinsweden.se/