Stockholm University is one of Europe’s leading centres for higher education and research. It is consistently amongst the 200 highest-ranked universities in the world and one of the top 50 in Europe.
Founded in 1878, the university stands for openness and accessibility with an active role in society, particularly through its sustainability agenda. Located just 10 minutes away from the centre of Stockholm, the university is home to over 29,000 students and is known for its excellent teaching and world class research, with four of its researchers having received the Nobel Prize.
Programmes of study
DMU’s exchange agreement with Stockholm University allows students enrolled on the following programmes to study abroad:
Modules will be available in English and further information about the study options can be found here. Please note that a number of modules on offer are at Masters Level and students should expect to follow a mix of undergraduate and postgraduate modules as part of the exchange.
Whilst at Stockholm University we also encourage students to enrol on a supplementary Swedish language course, provided by the department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism. Beginners can study a 4.5 ECTS in term 1, and progress to higher levels in term 2 if interested.
Exchange students will be required to follow a full programme of study for the academic year based at Stockholm University.
Learn more about campus activities and events
Whilst at Stockholm University, Computer Science students are recommend to join DISK, the student union for the students at the department of computer and systems science. During the semesters, a lot of different events take place that can be everything from game nights, karaoke, company visits, table tennis tournaments, pubs or something completely different. Students can find out about the events via the schedule here.
Travel & accommodation
Visas & insurance
Living costs in Sweden tend to be higher than those in the UK. We recommend that you do further independent research to gain a better understanding of the cost of your year abroad. To help you, we have created a simple cost comparison between the UK and Sweden: