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Fees

You pay a fee for your residence permit application. The money is not refunded if your application is rejected.

Fee for residence permits for studies

Adults: 13700 roubles (SEK 1500)

Children under 18: 6800 roubles (SEK 750)

Fee for family members

Adults: 13700 roubles (SEK 1500)

Children under 18: 6800 roubles (SEK 750)

Payment

If you are applying online, you pay with a credit card or a bank card.

If you are applying on a paper form, you must pay the fee in RUR, at the time of submission.

Exemptions

Some people are not required to pay for their applications, including the following:

  • students at the World Maritime University in Malmö

  • citizens of Japan

  • students who have received a scholarship for studies in Sweden from:

    Sida (Swedish International Development Agency)

    EU

    Swedish Institute (SI)

    International Science Programme at the University of Uppsala


In order for an exception to the application fee requirement to be applicable, the scholarship must consist of money for living expenses, and not only cover tuition fees. The scholarship must be paid out during the period for which you are applying for a residence permit. Note that it is the scholarship that causes an exception to the requirement. For example, if you are employed as a doctoral researcher with a salary funded by EU funds, you are not exempt from the requirement to pay an application fee because you receive a salary and not a scholarship.


Information about fees on the Swedish Migration Agency website

Study fees

You may also be required to pay a fee for your studies. This is decided by each respective university or university college. Contact the school concerned for information.