• Sweden
    • Stockholm
Academic Year, Fall, Spring, Summer
Subject Areas
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Program Details

Program Type
Degree Level
Apartment Host Family


Starting Price
Price Details
Price can vary based on your institution. DIS offers need-based and merit-based scholarships that range from $500 - $10,000 per semester. Visit DISabroad.org/scholarships for details!
What's Included
Accommodation Some Activities Classes Some Meals Transportation Travel Insurance Wifi
What's Not Included
Airfare SIM cards Visa
Sep 04, 2023
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About Program

Study alongside the urbanites of Stockholm, with a balanced life in a vibrant metropolis with the city's beautiful and serene surroundings.

On any given day, find yourself in the midst of a busy crowd of Stockholmers on their way to the day's next plan. Wander to the old city where the buildings, cobblestones, and narrow streets take you back to Stockholm's 13th-century beginning.

At DIS, ignite your love of learning, further your academic achievements, develop intercultural understanding, and acquire life skills essential for engaged citizenship. If you choose Stockholm as your home, your classroom will be in a state-of-the-art modern glass building right in the city center. From here, you can easily explore the strikingly beautiful capital that’s brimming with lively culture, ahead-of-its-time design, and friendly people.

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Diversity & Inclusion

BIPOC Support

DIS is dedicated to ensuring that all students have a platform for discussion and dialogue regarding diversity abroad. The Diverse Identities and Students of Color Affinity Groups welcome students to gather, share stories and experiences, and contribute to a community surrounding the topic of diversity. They are facilitated by locals and have meetups throughout the semester.

LGBTQIA+ Support

Sweden and Denmark regularly top the list as the world’s most LGBTQIA+-friendly countries. At DIS, we are committed to building an open and supportive community. The LGBTQIA+ Affinity Group welcomes queer people and allies. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome to join the regular meetups, which take place throughout the semester. The meetups seek to provide spaces for students to explore their identities and build community, while also gaining local insights.

Neurodivergent Support

DIS is committed to supporting neurodivergent students though our collaborative and iterative approach. We encourage students to reach out, as early as possible, to healthaccommodation@disabroad.org to discuss their study abroad plans, share any accommodation requests and understand more about the DIS program options.

Accessibility Support

DIS is committed to supporting students with disabilities and chronic conditions though our collaborative and iterative approach. We encourage students to reach out, as early as possible, to healthaccommodation@disabroad.org to discuss their study abroad plans, share any accommodation requests and understand more about the DIS program options.



We are part of a sector that revolves around travel and thereby generates substantial carbon emissions. This fact makes it particularly critical to be intentional about our sustainability efforts, focusing on the capabilities of DIS as a Scandinavia-based, non-profit study abroad organization, to make the most meaningful impact we can. Through our Going Greener initiatives we are working on: reducing our carbon footprint, enhancing out carbon handprint by preparing students for a carbon-constrained world, and collaborating with peers to accelerate the field's response to the climate crisis. We also offer courses focusing on climate and sustainability.

Program Highlights

  • Create your own semester: Choose a core course from 11 academic programs and select from over 45 upper-level elective courses. Your freedom of choice extends to your housing, where you apply for living arrangements that best fit you.
  • Engage in high-impact courses: Learn how concepts and issues are perceived, lived, and theorized in Europe, and reflect on the cultural norms and values that shape you.
  • Build your knowledge in new aettings: Turn Stockholm into your classroom on local Field Studies. Hone your skills in research or labs, studio, practicum, or workshops.
  • Explore Europe on Study Tour: Travel with your class and faculty on two course-integrated Study Tours in Europe.
  • Get to know the locals: Live in a Homestay, join a local club or organization, sign up for a Swedish Language and Culture course, attend evening seminars, and more.


DIS Scholarship

DIS offers need and merit-based awards and is committed to supporting students with limited financial resources, from diverse backgrounds, and/or underrepresented populations in study abroad.

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