Residence permit

All students from non-EU/EEA countries have to apply for a residence permit/visa to be able to study at Halmstad University. On this page you can find more information about the requirements and application process.

Requirements to be granted a residence permit

  • Granted admission to full-time studies (30 credits)
  • A valid passport
  • Ability to support yourself for the planned study period
  • Comprehensive health insurance that covers the whole period you are in Sweden if you plan to study for less than one year

If you are admitted to a course/programme of one year or less, the admission letter (notification of selection results) confirms that you are covered by a health insurance from Halmstad University. If you apply through the Migration Agency web application, you can attach your admission letter as proof of health insurance.

Semester duration

Autumn semester 2021: 2021-08-30 to 2022-01-16

Spring semester 2022: 2021-01-17 to 2022-06-05

One year programme duration (60 credits): 2021-08-30 to 2022-06-05

Two year programme duration (120 credits): 2021-08-30 to 2023-06-04

Four young students sitting outside studying. Photo.

Estimated minimal living costs per month

SEK

Food

2,000

Accomodation

2,000–4,000

Transportation

1,500

Miscellaneous (hobby, clothes, leisure)

500–1,000

Total

6,000–8,500


Statement of costs – BusinessPDF

Statement of costs – Nordic WelfarePDF

Statement of costs – Other programmesPDF

updated

2021-05-06

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