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.
Updated June 9
For questions about the coronavirus, please refer to
. Please check continuously, because it is updated regularly.
If you have questions about your stay or arrival to KTH, please
contact KTH Relocation
by e-mail, phone, or we can book a video meeting with you. For general information about what is happening in Sweden, please call 11313.
KTH Relocation may be in the office, and we may be working from home. Please contact us beforehand if you would like to book a meeting with us.
If you are uncertain about getting a residence permit in time, or being able to travel when you want to, it is better to hold off and contact us when your plans are more secure, and get an offer for housing when you know you will be arriving. This will cut down on costs for you. Please see below under "contract" if you have already received and accepted an offer from us.
KTH Relocation will have limited access to e-mail in July and we will be completely closed July 14-26. We will not be checking e-mail during that time. Please refer to the information in your building's entryway should you have questions.
Keys and arrival
Please contact us a week before your arrival so we can arrange how you will get your keys. Please note that we may not be able to hand over keys at the last minute, since we are not always in the office.
Read through the Public Health Authority's website about arrivals into Sweden, isolating for 7 days and testing after 5 days. You can do the COVID-19 test at any health clinic (vårdcentral), but you will need to pay out-of-pocket for it.
Please note our two-month cancellation policy, and we can start/end contracts on the 1st and 15th of each month. For example, if you let us know by August 15, we can cancel your contract from October 15. We cannot change contracts due to delay or late arrival, or delay contract start-dates after you have accepted our offer.
Depending of the nature of your fault report, you will receive help with your problem by either advice or a physical visit by a caretaker. This is decided by the KTH Site Services, following recommendations from the Public Health Authority.
To be able to help you, we need you to register with us.