Higher Visa Fees for Every Applicant As of the 1st February the applicants that used to pay €60 (T.Shs 160,000.-)per application will now need to pay €80 (T.Shs 205,000.-), while those that had to pay €35 (T.Shs 94,000.-) will now need to pay €40 (T.Shs 103,000.-). Children aged 0 to 6 remain exempt from the visa fees. Extended Application Submission Periods It is now possible for an application to be lodged six months in advance of a trip. However, and application must be submitted 15 calendar days before the intended trip to the Schengen Area. Highlighted Importance of Travel Insurance Travel Insurance remains mandatory for Schengen Visa applicants, it is not optional. For travelers applying for a multiple-entry visa, they will have to prove they are in possession of adequate and valid travel medical insurance covering the period of their first intended visit and will have to sign a declaration “I am aware of the need to have an adequate travel medical insurance for my first stay and any subsequent visits to the territory of Member States.”
All visa applicants must apply for the visa online.
The documents required for your visa application depends on what type of visit you are planning, e.g. visiting relatives and friends or a tourist visit.
When applying for a visa online you will automatically be taken to the online calendar where you can book an appointment to submit your application.
The application fee is 60 euros. You can choose to pay by debit or credit card when filling out the online application form or you can choose to pay directly to the Embassy's bank account. If you wish to pay to the Embassy's bank account the fee must be paid in Tanzanian shillings.
After a visa application has been submitted it may take between 7-14 days before a decision is made.
When there is a decision in your case the Embassy will conact you. You will then be able to collect your passport and decision during Embassy opening hours.
The Embassy cannot assist students in applying for university studies in Sweden.
If you want to learn about admissions for international students at Swedish universities please visit Study in Sweden.
The Embassy does not provide scholarships for students.
If you are interested in scholarships for possible studies in Sweden please visit Study in Sweden.