- You must be registered in the municipality of Stockholm. Otherwise you need to contact the Adult Education in your municipality.
- You must have a residence permit and you must be at least 16 years old.
- You should have received your Swedish personal identity number.
EU/EEA Citizens or Citizens of Switzerland
If you are an EU/EEA citizen or citizen of Switzerland and a resident in Stockholm municipality you can study sfi. Be prepared to show your passport.
Most of the schools offer lessons for both day and evening hours. The daytime courses are Monday-Friday, 20 hours a week. While evening courses are about 2-3 times a week, approximately 6-9 hours a week. If you have specific reasons, you might be given a customised timetable.
When you complete a course, you are given a grade. Grades from course D will be sent to you. If you want your grades from courses A, B and C you need to contact your school.
If you have higher education, post secondary vocational education or upper secondary education, from another country, we recommend you to contact the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR), for an assessment of your grades.
If you need a copy of a grade that was issued before July 1st 2016, please contact Vuxenutbildningscentrum.
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