Please check this Q&A regularly for updates. In addition to following this page we ask the SI scholarship recipients of 2022 to stay updated on the guidelines from their home countries and from the Swedish Embassies/consulates in their region at https://www.swedenabroad.se/en/embassies/.
Q&A Covid-19 effects on SI Scholarships 2022
This Q&A will be updated regularly throughout 2022/2023, following the development of the current pandemic and the new regulations and directives from the Swedish Government.
- Where can I find updated official information about the situation in Sweden?
- Can I get vaccinated in Sweden during my studies?
- I cannot arrive to Sweden this autumn 2022 due to Covid-19 travel ban. Can I defer my scholarship offer for the next year?
- What happens if the university I am admitted to cannot provide distance learning/remote studies and I cannot travel to Sweden in time for the start of my studies?
- What will happen to my scholarship if the university continues with the distance learning/remote studies?
- My university has informed me that I can start my studies on campus. When should I start the application process for a residence permit in that regard?
- Are there any exceptions to defer my scholarship grant?
- Is the Swedish Embassy open in my country?
- The Swedish Embassy in my home country is still closed and I cannot provide my biometrics or conduct an interview. What will happen to my scholarship?
- Can I receive my monthly scholarship while studying online from my home country?