There is an extreme risk of fires in several parts of Sweden due to a long, dry summer. In many places, it is currently strictly forbidden to light a fire. For updated information in English, please visit krisinformation.se.

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If you want to know more about studying in Sweden, please visit studyinsweden.se. For information related to moving to Sweden for work, please go to the section Working in Sweden. If you’re interested in visiting Sweden as a tourist, visitsweden.com has the tourist information you need.

The Swedish Institute (SI) is the public agency responsible for the administration of sweden.se. SI is based at Slottsbacken 10 in Stockholm. Mailing address: Box 7434, S-103 91 Stockholm, SWEDEN. Telephone: +46 (0)8-453 78 00.

Please note that we can’t answer specific questions about where to buy certain things in Sweden, personal questions about relatives in Sweden or where to find a job in Sweden, etc. Also note that all correspondence with a Swedish authority is open to the public. This means that anyone, including the mass media, has the right to read it.