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Practical information

Insurance

All incoming Exchange students are covered by Kammarkollegiet's Student IN insurance. The insurance is limited and covers for example for necessary and reasonable costs for emergency medical care or dental care when the insured, during the policy term, suffers illness or has an accident. EU/EEA students should primarily use the European Health Insurance Card issued in their home countries. It is very important that you read the terms and conditions carefully so you know what additional insurance you might need.

Terms and conditions for "Student IN" insurance for exchange students 

Information about the European Health Insurance Card

What to pack

There are some things that we recommend you to bring:

A mobile phone

On arrival you will be provided with a Swedish SIM-card and a phone number. The SIM-card is compatible with most mobile phones that are not carrier locked.

Your passport

It is wise, even if you are a European citizen, to bring your passport for identification. 

Network cable

All student housing has got free Internet connection, but you need a network cable in order to connect. There is no wireless connection in the rooms.

One set of towels and bed linen

The University provides you with a mattress for your bed, but there are no pillows, covers, bed linen or towels. ESN Örebro will arrange a trip to Ikea during the Orientation Programme so you can buy those things. But for the first night or nights, you need bed linen and towels.

Medicines

If you are on prescribed medication it is very important that you bring enough medicine for the whole duration of your stay. The same medicine may not be available in Sweden.

Clothes

The temperature differs much between summer and winter so you might need different kind of clothes depending on when you arrive here. 

More information on climate and weather in Sweden

Student Life

Örebro University does not only care for your academic progress, but also for your social experience. That is why the University cooperates with ESN Örebro, a non-profit student association run by Swedish students. ESN's aim is to give you a chance to experience as much as possible during your stay in Sweden. They will organise indoor and outdoor activities, cultural events, parties, excursions and trips during the whole semester. ESN is also responsible for all the social activities during the Orientation Programme.

ESN Örebro website

Cost of living

Food 2.300 SEK
Student housing 3.300 SEK (average, price can vary. Rent is paid on semester basis.)
Hygiene 500 SEK
Clothing 600 SEK
Leisure 500 SEK
Cell phone  150 SEK
Course literature 750 SEK
Local travel 300 SEK
Total 8.400 SEK