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Longer residence permits for doctoral candidates

The Swedish Migration Agency has changed the rules on how long a doctoral candidate’s residence permit can be. Instead of…
11 May 2022

How will Sweden ensure it has enough doctoral graduates?

Fewer and fewer Swedish students are choosing to study for a doctorate, and many foreign doctoral candidates in Sweden leave…
6 May 2022

Support initiatives for researchers from Ukraine

The Swedish Research council have gathered information about current support initiatives. Several Swedish higher education institutions and research funding bodies…
5 April 2022

Report: The Aliens in Academia

New report from SFS-DK and SULF-DCA presents stories of PhD candidates who have been personally affected by the new legislation.…
16 March 2022

SULF stands with Ukraine!

The crisis that is now devastating the whole of Ukraine is also devastating Ukraine’s entire education system. Teachers from preschool…
11 March 2022

Report: Women face more obstacles than men in academia

The report Spotlight on gender equality: When insecurity overshadows everything show that women face more obstacles than men in their…
8 March 2022

SULF supports Bogazici University

Update March 14th 2022: Sign the petition  The Swedish Association of University Teachers and Researchers, SULF, has on 1 March…
1 March 2022

SULF shows solidarity with Ukraine

SULF stands united with teachers’ organisations across Europe and the world in solidarity and support for colleagues, students and the…
25 February 2022

Important webinar with Migrationsverket

Did you miss the webinar or do you want to watch again? You find the webinar and some frequently asked…
14 February 2022

Meeting with the Moderate Party to discuss migration legislation

On Tuesday 11 January, SULF took part in a meeting called by the Moderate Party to discuss the recent changes…
13 January 2022