Program Expenses

Studying abroad is a significant part of your undergraduate experience. And just like college, it’s an important investment – both personally and financially.

Tuition, Room and Board

Fall 2023–Spring 2024

Due to the current instability in currency exchange rates, all costs should be considered tentative. The Program reserves the right to raise the total cost for the 2023-2024 year before January 1, 2023. Please refer to this page for the most up-to-date figures.


Tuition: $24,105
Room: $8,165
Board: $1,880

Total: $34,150

Full Year

Tuition: $46,860
Room: $16,330
Board: $3,760

Total: $66,950

What’s Included?

Arrival in Stockholm

  • Pick up at the airport by Program staff
  • Welcome Kit with resources and information to help you get settled in Stockholm
  • Swedish SIM card with a prepaid data allowance to cover your first week in Stockholm
  • Weeklong orientation period with fun activities and helpful information
  • Overnight trip to an island in Stockholm’s archipelago (a student favorite!)


  • The choice of a fully furnished studio apartment (including kitchen supplies, bed linens, towels, and a hair dryer) and a monthly food subsidy of 4700 SEK, OR
  • A private, furnished room in a carefully-selected host family home, food for all meals except weekday lunches, and a monthly food subsidy of 2200 SEK
  • Free laundry facilities in your apartment or host family home
  • Insurance for your belongings
Stockholm - Winter skating

Student Life

  • Membership in the Student Association at SSE for access to social, academic, athletic, and professional clubs and events
  • Group activities such as guided tours, sports games, the Royal Swedish Opera, guest speakers, and more
  • Full-time Program Coordinator committed to enhancing student life

Student Life

  • The option to be matched with a Swedish contact family
  • The option to apply for internships
  • Student ID card for access to student discounts and events


  • High-quality liberal arts courses and the option to take a direct enrollment course
  • All course books and literature, plus free printing for course-related materials
  • Study visits related to your courses
  • Access to student spaces at SSE and the nearby Student Palace
  • An official Statement of Grades issued to your home school after the term is complete
  • Academic counseling and support

Health and Wellness

  • Premium gym membership
  • Health insurance tailored to students abroad
  • Access to our partner physician and counselor
  • Support and advice on campus from our Stockholm staff
  • 24/7 emergency support
Picnic in Walmersudde. We love spring in Stockholm!

Additional Expenses

Additional expenses apply for your resident permit application, public transportation passes, apartment security deposit (if applicable), and official transcript (if applicable; check with your school if they accept our Statement of Grades). Students are also responsible for arranging their own flight to and from Stockholm.

If you wish to take an independent study or participate in optional group travel arranged by the Program, you will be charged additional fees. If you receive financial aid but your aid does not cover these fees, you are eligible to have these fee waived. You must submit written verification from your school that your aid does not apply.

You will receive detailed information and instructions upon admission.