Welcome to EURAXESS in Sweden,

We provide information and assistance to mobile researchers - by means of this portal and with the support of our national EURAXESS Centres.
The portal contains practical information concerning professional and daily life in Sweden, research news, as well as information about jobs and funding opportunities. The Centres provide assistance in matters related to mobility and help researchers and their families to plan and organize their move.

All services of the EURAXESS network are free of charge.

Watch the video about the portal and get to know how to use it for the best purpose.




Are you a researcher who would like to work in Sweden? Or are you a Swedish researcher who would like to travel abroad?

The Euraxess Job Funding Search can assist with finding the right research role for you. Use the search-function above or if you search from a mobile unit, see the top menue Jobs & Funding.

This portal also contains practical information and administrative procedures that affect researchers and their families when moving to a foreign country. See the top menue Information & Assistance.

Read more about research in Sweden




The EU is a major financier of European research and innovation. It offers research grants to search for all undergraduate researchers, regardless of faculty. Read more about Horizon 2020EU's 8th Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2014-2020.


The database Research Professional offers you the opportunity to search for research funding in many disciplines as well as research funding bodies from all over the world. You can also get current calls in your field of interest directly to your mailbox. For this service you need a personal account.



Learn about Sweden

Sweden’s population recently passed ten million, almost two million of whom live in the Stockholm area. The country has a total area of 447,420 km2, which makes it the fifth biggest country of Europe. Sweden is a very multicultural country: 15 per cent of Swedes were born in another country, while about one in five children in Sweden have a family with roots in another country. Research and development have had a high priority in Sweden in recent decades. Sweden is one of the countries investing the largest percentage of its Gross Domestic Product in R&D. The high standard of Swedish research is internationally recognised. Independent evaluations consistently give high marks to Swedish researchers and show that Swedish research pursued as part of European Union common programs is of high scientific quality.

Read more about Sweden




There are 12 EURAXESS Centres in Sweden ready to assist mobile researchers and their families who have chosen Sweden for the next stop. More information about this free service is to be found on the website of each EURAXESS centre.

Find the EURAXESS Centre nearest you





Career Development for Researchers

Don't miss the new section with career development resources for researchers at the EURAXESS main portal. 

  1. Watch the short video presenting the contents of the career development section including the tools available.

  2. Follow the direct link to the section here

The European Commission is committed to setting high standards for rights of researchers and those of their employers and funders. The ultimate objective of EURAXESS Rights is to create an attractive, open and sustainable European labour market for researchers. The “European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers” set out these rules and obligations.

To facilitate mobility, the European Commission and its Member States have made significant progress in the implementation of the Scientific Visa Package. It is a vital instrument helping researchers obtain permission to enter, stay and work in the European Union Member States for the purpose of carrying out scientific research. It is designed to make the process of receiving a residence permit easier for researchers.

Charter & Code for Researchers


EURAXESS is also your gateway to Science4Refugees, a Commission's initiative helping refugees who are researchers find suitable jobs in today's challenging research landscape. Part of the initiative, is the Science4Refugees Research Buddies, supporting refugee scientists in finding European researchers to discuss problems with, find solutions and study together, by matching their research field, scientific studies and interests.


Are you interested in a research career abroad? The Swedish research and innovation funding agencies; Vinnova, FORTE and the Swedish Research Council offer different financing possiblities.

Find out more


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