In An Emergency

DIS Emergency Contact Information

Current students receive contact information via an e-contact card that they should save in their phone for quick reference if needed.

Emergency Assistance

In the case of a medical emergency in Sweden that requires help immediately, call 112. This is similar to calling 911 in the U.S., and therefore should only be used in a real emergency. However, in the case of an emergency, do not hesitate to call for yourself or others. 112 is a common emergency number throughout Europe. As a general rule, you should know the 911 equivalent for any country you plan to visit and review U.S. Department of State Emergency Resources.

In the event of an emergency DIS will implement its Emergency Response protocol, which includes coordination of emergency communication strategy, resource utilization and consultation with the appropriate governmental and non-governmental agencies and other stakeholders.

DIS Emergency Contact Information – AFTER-HOURS

DIS Stockholm staff monitor a 24-hour emergency line service for all current DIS Stockholm students. This line is provided for your health and safety after normal business hours.

DIS Stockholm Office
After-hours emergency phone:

  • If calling from a  Swedish number: 072-1412862
  • If calling from an international number: +4672-1412862

Note: If calling Sweden from the U.S., dial 011 first and then the numbers listed above.

DIS North American Office
After-hours emergency phone: (612) 492-1080

DIS Contact Information – During Business Hours

DIS Stockholm Front Desk Business Hours
Location at DIS: 1D-4
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9:00 to 16:00
Friday: 9:00 to 12:00
Closed on Wednesdays
Phone: (+46) 10 175 13 13

DIS North American Office (U.S.) Business Hours
Monday – Friday: 8:30 to 16:30 CST
Phone: (800) 247.3477

Utilizing the support of DIS staff during normal business hours or through an emergency phone serves as your consent to processing of the information you choose to share with DIS. This may warrant sharing your information with individuals outside of DIS. Please don’t hesitate to ask questions about what this means before and throughout your conversations with DIS.