When thinking of or preparing for a relocation to Sweden there are a lot of details you need to consider. You may need to apply for a residence permit, find housing and clarify possibilities for accompanying spouse and children. We understand that this is a big process and want to supply support for you and your family. Read on to see what help we can offer you when joining the SSE team.

 

 

 

 

The Stockholm School of Economics is conveniently located in the center of Sweden’s dynamic capital. Stockholm is the largest city in Sweden with a population of 1.8 million and is often said to be one of the most innovative, modern and open cities in the world. Here is why Stockholm and Sweden is a great place to live and work in.

First steps – <br>Guide

First steps –
Guide

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Working in <br>Sweden

Working in
Sweden

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Living in Stockholm<br> 

Living in Stockholm
 

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Want to learn more? Visit the official site of Sweden and discover the facts and stories of our country or click “20 things to know” to get some humorous tips before relocating to Sweden.

 

20 things to know before moving to Sweden  The official site of Sweden    

Find a home

Stockholm is one of the hottest tech hubs in the world and the fastest-growing city in Europe. Consequently, the housing market is quite competitive. At SSE we have a small housing office that offers rooms and apartments to some of our international employees, guest researchers and visitors affiliated with SSE. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee housing possibilities to all applicants, but we will try our best to help you find a suitable home. If you want to apply for accommodation through SSE, please talk with your manager. 

We have listed a few websites with housing ads, which you can find here. We recommend you to start looking for housing alternatives as soon as you can.  

Good to know when looking for housing in Stockholm

Good to know when looking for housing in Stockholm

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Scams – tips how to avoid frauds

Scams – tips how to avoid frauds

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Bringing your partner and family

There is a lot to think about when bringing your family to a new country and we want to make the process easier for you and your family. SSE is a member of Stockholm Dual Career Network, a facilitating career development and social networking for expat partners in Stockholm. SDCN helps its members settle in Stockholm, look for work in Sweden, discover Swedish culture, and broaden their social and professional networks. Become a member and find more information on the SDCN website.