The UK has left the EU. On this page you will find useful links.


GOV.UK: New rules 1 January 2021

Government Offices of SwedenBrexit and the EU’s future relationship with the UK

European CommissionQuestions & Answers: EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

Kommerskollegium: Efter Brexit (in Swedish only)

British citizens in Sweden

British Embassy Official information for UK nationals living in or moving to Sweden

British Embassy Stockholm Facebook page: to the British nationals who wish to keep up to date with the latest information and details of our next planned citizen outreach events

The Swedish Migration Agency: For British citizens who plan on moving to Sweden the same rules apply as for other third-country nationals. For visit up to three months British citizens do not require a visa and only need a passport or national ID card upon entry to Sweden.

University Admissions: Information for British citizens regarding Brexit

Visit, study or work in the UK after 1 Jan 2021

Sveriges ambassad i London (in Swedish only)

CSNHur påverkas mitt studiestöd av brexit? (in Swedish only)

Erasmus+The transition period

GOV.UK: Check if you need a UK visa Read more about the New immigration system

The UK's points-based immigration system: Information for EU visitors

GOV.UK: Student visa


Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection: Transfer of data to a third country

Tullverket: Brexit – what does it mean for Swedish trade?

Universities UK: UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: implications for universities (August 2021)

Universities UKBrexit and UK universities

European University Association: Brexit - what now for universities? (Jan 2020)

MRS Brexit Survival GuideBrexit and research: EU – UK Data Transfers (Nov 2018)

iappBrexit Data Protection and Transfers, if “No Deal” 

Universities UK: Brexit and UK universities

GOV.UKEU Funded Programmes under the Withdrawal Agreement

UK Research OfficeUK Participation in EU Programmes for Research, Innovation and Higher Education (the webpage is continuously updated by UKRO)


How VAT is affected by purchases and sales: In short, after 31 December 2020, the United Kingdom will be considered a country outside the EU, and trade will be classified as export or import.

Sales of goods to the United Kingdom that are currently reported as EU sales must be reported as exports after the transition period. If you instead acquire goods, you will need to report import VAT.

See link to the Swedish Tax Agency's page about Brexit and how VAT is affected (in Swedish only):


Currently, it is not possible to provide detailed KI information, but contact the following departments if you have questions about specific projects or applications:

Education Support Office: Christopher Sönnerbrandt

Finance Office: Cecilia Modig

Grants Office: Jodie Guy Claesson

HR Office: Ellen Tiala

International Relations Office: Lotta Lundqvist

Legal Office: Helena Scarabin

Strategic Management Office: Jenny Löhr