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Links & FAQ🤔

  • Schedule?
    You can choose when you want lessons. We are located in three time zones, which makes us available almost around the clock. You can choose between 30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60 minutes and 90 minutes long lessons.
  • Free lessons?
    We offer all new students a free 30 minutes trial lesson/consultation. If you wish to continue with lessons after the trial session.
  • Trial lesson?
    We offer all new students a free 30 minutes trial lesson/consultation. Create an account in our booking system and choose “trial lesson/consultation”.
  • Do you only give lessons by Skype?
    Most of our lessons are taught over Skype, but our teachers located in Göteborg, Uppsala, Prague might offer lessons in person upon agreement.

Helpful links for moving to Sweden

Skatteverket (Swedish tax authority)
Skatteverket does not only take care of taxes being paid; its other main function is the population register. When you have received your residence permit and moved to Sweden, you should as soon as possible visit Skatteverket to get your “personnummer” (personal identity number), which you will need to open a bank account, visit the doctor, etc.
Migrationsverket (Board of Migration)
If you are planning on moving to Sweden, you need to contact Migrationsverket. On their website, you can find all information you need about visas and residence permits.
Citypolarna is a meetup group with activities all over Sweden.
Socialstyrelsen (The National Board of Health and Welfare)
Information about the application for a license to practice as a health care professional in Sweden.

Applicants trained inside the EU/EEA.
Applicants trained outside the EU/EEA.
Internationella Bekantskaper
In Stockholm, there is an organization called Internationella Bekantskaper. Check them out! You will find new friends and plenty of opportunities to practice Swedish.
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