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Who pays for it?

Part of the schools' costs is paid by the students' home municipalities under
inter-municipal agreements and the remainder by the national government.

Inter-municipal agreements


Örebro municipality gets funding from the students home municipalities to organize education for students that are deaf, hearing-impaired, deaf-blind or language-impaired.

For more information about inter-municipal agreements contact your home municipality.

Study allowance


If you are deaf, hearing impaired or language impaired and will be attending Riksgymnasiet you can apply for a study allowance for people with disabilities (Rg-bidrag).

The study allowance for people with disabilities covers costs for food, housing, going home to visit your parents, etc.

A new application has to be send every school year.

If you want to find out more about the study allowance for people with disabilities or obtain an application form, contact Swedish National Board of Student Aid (CSN).

E-mail: rgbidrag@csn.se
Phone: +46 771-276 000

Read more at CSN webpageexternal link, opens in new window

Remote area boarding grant


A part of your housing costs is paid by a remote area boarding grant (inackorderingsbidrag). You apply for this grant at your home municipality.

A new application has to be send every school year.

Students grant


All students receive a student grant from CSN. This is paid automatically from their 16th birthday until the spring term of the year they turn 20.

Disability allowance


Some students are also paid a disability allowance by The Swedish Social Insurance Agency (Försäkringskassan). This allowance is intended to cover extra costs due to disability.

Read more at Försäkringskassan's webpage external link, opens in new window

For more information contact:

Anna Karlsson
Phone: 019-21 62 90
E-mail: anna.e.karlsson@orebro.se

Published by: Lisette Andersson, 1/3/2014 2:10 PM