Applying for Swedish citizenship is a big step. We've got the guide for you to help you through this process and settle in Sweden.
Welcome to Everything Sweden, the community magazine all about living in Sweden as an expat, and how to move to Sweden. About us.
Everyone living in Sweden needs a Personnummer and applying for one is difficult. This is a guide for EU Citizens applying for a Personnummer in Sweden.
How to move to Sweden by a real expat that has done it. Moving to Sweden made easy with my essential guide for people just like you. Links, guides, hints & tips, and more.
What the Brexit means for expats living in Sweden. All you need to know about how this could affect you, with info from Migrationsverket.
The Tvättstugan or laundry room in Swedish is something that everyone has a story about. Read the guide for expats about the infamous Tvättstugan.
This is a guest post from Sofi Tegsveden Deveaux at Bee Swedish, …and how to avoid these mistakes. Walking to North America for the holidays…
If you are planning on living in Sweden for the long term, you will need to learn Swedish. Why learn Swedish when everyone speaks English? Here's why.
Being new in a country is always weird and scary. Here are the essentials emergency numbers to save in your phone when you first arrive in Sweden.
Dating in Sweden is a little different to other places in Europe, so we've found the essential do's and do not's for expats to remember when dating.
How to get permanent residency in Sweden as an expat. Details on Migrationsverket, how the process works, waiting times, and more.
With some guidance and tips from the experts, you can get the process of moving to Sweden rolling. Here are 5 tips to get you started.
I think Sweden offers a great standard of living and lots of opportunities for everyone here, but living in Sweden does take some getting used to.
Once you’ve arrived in Sweden, there are a number of things you need to get fixed and arranged quickly. Read our just landed in Sweden checklist.
Once you’ve settled in Sweden, you’re going to need to stay in touch with friends, family, loved ones and the rest. If you’re moving to…
Sweden is known for having one of the most generous parental leave policies in Europe and the World, with a staggering 480 days shared by both parents.
The full guide on banking in Sweden for expats. Bank accounts, savings accounts, and apps and services to help you with your money.
How to get a Swedish ID Card as an expat in Sweden. How I got mine from Skatteverket and everything you need to know to get your ID card.
Public Transport in Stockholm can seem complicated if you’re not familiar with the system. We've explained everything you need to know in one guide.
My experience moving to Sweden and how it gave me the challenge I was looking for. My full article on what Sweden offered me and why I took it.
The top things to do in Stockholm, and the perfect 4 day break in the city. The best things to do in Stockholm, recommended by expats.
The Swedish tourist board has an amazing video called "This Is Sweden", which shows off the wonderful landscape and atmosphere in Sweden.
Very few of the EU expats I speak with know that they can get student aid in Sweden from the Swedish government, even for part time courses.
A guide for immigrants on driving in Sweden and info on EEC licences. How to get a license, converting your existing license and more.
Healthcare in Sweden is regarded as one of the best in the world. Read more about healthcare in Sweden and how expats can get the care they need.
What is fika all about in Sweden and what is the real fika definition? Learn about how cinnamon buns and cardamom buns have made their own culture.
The full guide on Living in Stockholm for expats, from the city, to culture, accommodation, healthcare, and work. All you need to know in one guide.
A full guide on dental care in Sweden for Expats. Where to go, how much it costs, and more. Read this before you book an appointment.
Swedes are the most passive aggressive people you will ever meet, choosing to write aggressive notes instead of face to face confrontations. Here are a few examples.
Sure, 86% of Swedes speak English but if you are going to be here for a while, you will need to learn Swedish. Here are some resources to start learning now.
Lagom is a unique Swedish word that you can't find in English and it means "just right". Lagom is one of the unique things in Swedish society.
The full guide to finding a job in Sweden as an expat. Includes where to search, apply, and why you should think about A-Kassan and Unionen.
All of the Swedish holidays broken down by day and what each means. Learn about röd dagar, Midsommar, Chirstmas Eve and more with Everything Sweden.
Finding apartments in Stockholm is a nightmare. Here is a guide for expats moving to Sweden to get starting finding apartments here.
I think the hardest part is just the change. Everything is new and different. It's weird, but that's part of the fun. Learn more about moving to Sweden.
Studying in Sweden is free for most people and the quality is high. Here is a step by step guide on how to apply for university courses in Sweden.
Got a new job in Sweden? Congratulations! Hopefully you’ve already got a good feel for the company culture at the interview stage and know…
If you are thinking of moving to Sweden or want to know why so many people do, here are 15 reasons why people move to Sweden. Read the essential article.
A list of the top Supermarkets in Sweden for expats to buy food from once you are in Sweden. Everything expats need to know about Swedish Supermarkets.
Everyone seems to have one thought about Swedish people. There are 10 Stereotypes I’ve heard about Swedes, and which are true and false.
Yes…and no. If you are moving to Sweden and don’t speak Swedish, you are lucky. Sweden is one of the few places where English here is a…
Understanding tax in Sweden. How much will you pay, what is VAT in Sweden, and where does all the money go? Learn everything you need to know.
June is the time when the college students graduate in Sweden and they do so on a Studentflak.