Once you have been offered a place on a Lund University programme or course and paid the first instalment of your?tuition fee?(if you are a non-EU/EEA student), the next step is to apply for a?residence permit.?It is important that you do this as soon as possible, as the process can take several weeks.?Please note that when accepted to studies in Sweden lasting more than three months, you should?not?apply for a visa to come to Sweden. Instead, you should apply for a residence permit for studies.?
You apply for a residence permit online at the?Swedish Migration Agency website.?The fastest way to get your residence permit application processed is to submit a?complete?application online.
You will also need to visit the Swedish Embassy in your home country to give your biometric data (fingerprints and photo). You apply online for both yourself and any accompanying family members (spouse and/or children).
If you have been offered a place on a Lund University programme or course, the next steps are as follows (follow the links to read more about each step):
- Apply for?housing?(all accepted students)
- Activate your?student account?(all accepted students)
- Pay your?tuition fee?instalment (non-EU/EEA students)
- Apply for a?residence permit?(non-EU/EEA students)
It is also important that you check your email account for other pre-arrival updates from Lund University and read the information about preparing to come and your arrival at Lund University.