What's Included?


  • Pick up at airport by Program staff
  • Fully furnished apartment including fully stocked kitchen
  • A Welcome Kit in the apartment including breakfast food, coffee, tea and chocolate
  • Insurance covering apartments and personal belongings
  • Food subsidy of 4300 SEK per month
  • Laundry facilities in the building or complex (free of charge)
  • Towels, sheets, duvet, and pillow; hairdryer
  • The option to have a Contact Family or SSE Buddy
  • 24/7 emergency support
  • Pick up at airport by Program staff and your Host Family
  • A family home or flat located within Stockholm or suburbs
  • A furnished, private room
  • Insurance for your personal belongings
  • Invaluable experience learning Swedish culture, tradition, daily life
  • Food/meals for breakfast, dinner, and weekends
  • Food subsidy of 2000 SEK per month to cover lunch Monday-Friday
  • The option to have an SSE Buddy
  • 24/7 emergency support
  • Orientation Week which includes an overnight trip to the Stockholm archipelago, a city tour, a trip to the Vasa Museum and much more
  • Membership in the Student Association at SSE, which provides access to social and academic events, sport clubs, fairs, workshops, and interest-based groups
  • A buddy through our Buddy Program with SSE
  • Mecenat card: a student ID and key to student discounts
  • Group activities such as visiting City Hall, the Royal Opera, museums, and much more
  • Support/advice on campus
  • SATS gym membership
  • Option to apply to various internships
  • Health Insurance
  • Full-time Program Coordinator committed to enhancing student life
  • Academic counseling and support
  • Books
  • Study trips relevant to each course
  • Study areas in the atrium at SSE
  • Printing available in our classroom



The total costs* (tuition, room and board) are as follows:

One Semester
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There is an additional fee of $950 for students who wish to take an independent study. Students who are on financial aid, but unable to apply their aid to an independent study, are eligible to having this fee waived. Such students must have their financial aid office inform the Program that their financial aid does not cover the cost of an independent study.

Students are responsible for arranging their own flight to and from Stockholm. The cost of a round-trip ticket is approximately $900. We will provide you with more flight information upon acceptance to the Program.

*Please note that all costs should be considered tentative due to the current instability in currency exchange rates. The Program reserves the right to raise the total cost for the 2018-2019 year before January 1, 2018