The Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) offers Advanced International Training Programmes of strategic importance to the social and economic development in bilateral partner countries. “Prevent and respond to Gender Based Violence: Strengthening agents of change”, is implemented by the Swedish Police Authority in collaboration with the Swedish civil society organisation the Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation. The main objective is to increase the capacity of targeted organisations and authorities to prevent and respond to Gender-Based Violence, according to Rule of Law. Deadline for applications is 16th of March 2021.NEWS
If you are planning to study in Sweden, the website Studyinsweden.se is your one-stop information centre for higher education studies in Sweden. The purpose of Studyinsweden.se is to provide international students wishing to study in Sweden with a convenient and comprehensive information resource.
EU citizens and non-EU/EEA citizens interested in working in Sweden for
less than one year can find useful information about working and living in
Sweden on the portal Workinginsweden.se.
If you wish to apply for a work permit please visit: Apply for a work permit
Please note that work permits cannot be issued by the Embassy of Sweden in
If you want to visit Sweden and you are a citizen of a country outside the EU, you may need to apply for a visa. All citizens of Kosovo require visas to enter Sweden. Please note that visas cannot be issued by the Embassy of Sweden in Pristina. You can apply for visa at VFS Global in Pristina and the Embassy of Sweden in Skopje. Read more at the embassy of Sweden in Skopje´s website.