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Residence permit in Sweden

All students from non-EU/EEA countries have to apply for a residence permit/visa. You should start the application process as soon as you have been granted admission to the university.

Requirements to be granted a residence permit

To be granted a residence permit you must intend to study and:

  • be admitted to full-time studies
  • have comprehensive health insurance that covers the whole period you are in Sweden if you plan to study for less than one year
  • be able to support yourself for the planned study period
  • have a valid passport.

For further information, please visit the Swedish Migration Agencyexternal link, opens in new window website.

If you need any advice regarding residence permit applications, please contact the Swedish embassy or consulate in your country.

The Swedish Migration Agency decides whether student visas are granted or denied, Halmstad University can not assist you with any questions regarding the residence permit.

Application form

You will need to fill out the following information about Halmstad University on the application form:

  • Educational establishment (contact person): Halmstad University
  • Address: Halmstad University, PO Box 823, SE-301 18 Halmstad, Sweden
  • Phone +46 35 16 71 00
  • Email address:VISUMBESKED@HH.SE
  • Course/program: state the course or program you have been admitted to

Academic year

The mandatory introduction meeting is on January 15, 2018

One semester (30 credits): 2018-01-15 to 2018-06-03 (yyyy-mm-dd)

One year programme (60 credits): 2017-08-28 to 2018-06-03 (yyyy-mm-dd)

Two year programme (120 credits): 2017-08-28 to 2019-06-02 (yyyy-mm-dd)

You will not receive any other admission letter from Halmstad University, printing it from University Admissions is your only option.

Updated 2018-01-10