At Södertörn University, you will encounter different kinds of exams. Some are given as written final exams, others as written assignments, essays or projects. They can also be oral, such as individual or group presentations at seminars.
This page has information about our student housing, how to apply for accommodation if you are an exchange student or a fee-paying student, important dates and links to forms and documents related to housing.
In August 2011, Swedish universities introduced tuition fees for students from outside the EU, the EEA and Switzerland. The tuition fee at Södertörn University is somewhere between SEK 86,000 and SEK 140,000 per academic year, depending on the subject area.
If you wish to study at Södertörn University as an exchange student, you need to start by contacting the International Office at your home university to find out how you can be selected as an exchange student.
Read the guide to higher education. It has information about how to apply for courses and programmes, explanations of terms and the structure of Swedish higher education, as well as where you can turn to for help and advice.