Many options on learning Swedish, including distance learning, courses in Sweden and proficiency tests in Swedish, can be found at Study in Sweden's website Learning Swedish.
For examples of translators and interpreters please see document at this link. The information is supplied by the translators and companies. Please contact the individual translator or interpreter directly for details. The Embassy cannot accept responsibility for interpreters, translators, companies or individual translations.
The Embassy does not offer translation services.
A marriage ceremony in Sweden can take place either in a church or before a civil authority. The Marriage Code and other statutes involving spouses is gender-neutral.
For information on import of food, alcohol and tobacco products, medicines, weapons, plants, cars and other commodities, please see the Swedish Customs' website.
Detailed information on importing live animals to Sweden can be found at the Swedish Board of Agriculture's website.
Sweden was the first country in the world to introduce freedom of the press laws in 1766.
Most Swedish newspapers and media sources are available online in Swedish, a few also offer news summaries in English.
Radio Sweden's broadcasts in English
The Local (English language online publication)
Sveriges Radio (Swedish Radio)
Sveriges Television (Swedish Television)
Dagens Nyheter (national newspaper)
Svenska Dagbladet (national newspaper)
Göteborgs-Posten (west Swedish newspaper)
Sydsvenska Dagbladet (south Swedish newspaper)
Dagens Industri (national newspaper focused on business and finance)
Aftonbladet (national evening newspaper)
Expressen (national evening newspaper)