Payment of application and tuition fees
This is how you make your payment of the application fee and tuition fee to Uniarts.
How to pay Uniarts
Inform your bank that Stockholm University of the Arts needs to have received the payment by the final date of application. The application fee is SEK 900 (nine hundred Swedish kronor) and must be paid in full. We recommend that applicants allow time for bank processing at least one week prior to the final date of application. If your bank cannot transfer Swedish kronor, they must transfer the funds in a different currency, and the amount must be the equivalent of SEK 900 (Swedish kronor). Please note that you are responsible for paying all bank fees associated with this transfer.
Pay SEK 900 to the following account number: 792-5274 in the bank called Danske Bank. The address to Danske Bank is:
VIP-team Svenska Staten
Box 7523, 103 92 Stockholm
If you are making the payment from outside Sweden you have to include the following information:
The address to Uniarts is:
Stockholm University of the Arts
104 50 Stockholm
VERY IMPORTANT! Please remember to state your name (first name and surname) as well as the three-digit code for the department that is responsible for the course/programme on your bank transfer form when you pay the fee.
Department of Dance: 410
Department of Circus: 420
Department of Dance Pedagogy: 430
University College of Opera: 540
Department for Acting: 650
Film and Media Department: 660
Department of Performing Arts: 670
If you are admitted to a course or a programme at Uniarts and are obliged to pay a tuition fee, Uniarts must have received the payment for the tuition fee for the course or the first semester of the programme no later than on the date stated in your letter of acceptance. Otherwise your place on the course or programme will no longer be available. It is your responsibility to make sure that you allow the bank sufficient time for the money transfer, which may take several days.
Uniarts has some possibilities of offering scholarships to international students.