Students applying for a Residence Permit in Sweden will have to provide the Swedish Migration Agency with a financial statement to prove that they will be able to support themselves financially during their entire study period in Sweden. Please note that the amount of money needed is determined solely by the Swedish Migration Agency.
For more information, including how to apply for a Residence Permit and the financial requirements, visit the Swedish Migration Agency web page
All Bachelor's and Master's students at Jönköping University must be able to pay all additional costs related to living expenses as well as the tuition fees (when applicable) for the full duration of their studies. Living costs include food, accommodation, transport, books and any other expenses.
The following example of a feasible monthly budget will give you some idea of the costs of living in Sweden.
Accommodation: 2,400-4,600 SEK depending on location
Food: 2,000 SEK
Phone: 300 SEK
Monthly bus tickets: 480 SEK
Laundry and hygiene: 250 SEK
Clothing, hobbies, leisure: 750 SEK
Content updated 2018-05-16