Costs and financing

Before granting you a residence permit, (if you come from a country outside the EU) the Swedish Migration Board will ask you to prove that you will have enough money (in the form of personal funds, scholarships from home, or some other means) to cover your expenses during your entire stay in Sweden.

Scholarships
Konstfack has no scholarships to offer exchange students.

The Study in Sweden website has information on Swedish scholarships available for international students who are planning to study in Sweden.


Living expenses

Living expenses (housing, food etc) in Stockholm are at least 8000 SEK/month
(approx. 890 USD).
There might be material costs at Konstfack (Ädellab and ID e.g.) at approx. 500 SEK. Ceramics & Glass 2500 SEK.

Updated: 17 September 2010
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