In the case of a medical emergency in Sweden or Denmark that requires help immediately, call 112.
112 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 Contact Information
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 After-hours Emergency Phone:
- If calling from a Swedish number: 0 721 41 28 62
- If calling from an international number: +46 721 41 28 62
Note: If calling Sweden from the U.S., dial 011 first and then the numbers listed above.
DIS Stockholm Contact Info – During Business Hours:
DIS Stockholm Student Hub
Location at DIS: 1D-4
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 11:00 to 14:00
Closed on Wednesdays
Phone: (+46) 706 15 27 20
DIS Copenhagen staff monitor a 24-hour emergency line service for all current DIS Copenhagen students. This line is provided for your health and safety after normal business hours.
DIS Copenhagen Emergency Phone:
(+45) 3067 1000
Note: If calling Denmark from the U.S., dial 011 first and then the number listed above.
DIS North American Office
After-hours Emergency Phone:
DIS North American Office (U.S.) Contact Info – During Business Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:30 to 16:30 CST
Phone: (800) 247 3477