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Helping foreign researchers wade through Swedish bureaucracy
Long delays with Sweden’s Migration Board and communication gaps between authorities combine daily to create hurdles for international scientists at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. But now the university has increased its support to foreign researchers relocating to Sweden, and in some instances has taken on individual cases.
Better help with accommodation for foreign researchers
KTH increases the support to foreign researchers and teachers. From 1 November, KTH has a central reception and service for the approximately 1,500 international professors, Ph.D. students and other researchers who are working at KTH. The immediate focus is to improve the accommodation service for those recently arrived.
Welcome to KTH Relocation
Welcome to KTH and congratulations on getting a position here! We are looking forward to meeting you and welcoming you to Sweden and KTH. We are not only here for you, we will also assist your family and your spouses in their acclimation to Sweden.