PublISHED ON 21 May 2018

UpDATED ON 14 June 2018

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Here you will find contact information for all our offices and our registrar.

Contact

Email: vetenskapsradet@vr.se

Reception: +46 (0)8-546 44 000

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The Swedish Research Council

Postal address:
Vetenskapsrådet
Box 1035
SE-101 38 Stockholm

Visitor address:
Västra Järnvägsgatan 3external link
SE-111 64 Stockholm

Reception opening hours

2 January–29 June, 13 August–31 December:
Monday–Friday 08.00–16.30 (closed 11.30–12.30)

2 July–10 August:
Monday–Friday 08.00–16.00 (closed 11.30–12.30)

Special opening hours 2018

29 March 08.00–14.00

30 April, only the registrar is open 09.00–11.00

11 May, only the registrar is open 08.00–10.00

31 May, only the registrar is open 08.00–10.00

2 November 08.00–12.00

The Office for Clinical Studies

Östra Hamngatan 26external link
SE-411 09 Göteborg
Phone: 031-757 41 75

Email: kliniskastudier@vr.se

Website: kliniskastudier.seexternal link

The Sunet Unit

Tulegatan 11external link
SE-113 53 Stockholm
Phone: 090-20 59 100

Email: info@sunet.se

Website: sunet.seexternal link

The Swedish Research and Innovation Office in Brussels

Rue du Luxembourg 3external link
BE-1000 Bryssel, Belgien

Contact: Ana Beramendi, ana.beramendi@vr.se

Phone: +32 (0)2 545 50 13, +46 (0)8 545 15 013

The Swedish Research Council and Vinnova run the office jointly.

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