who require Visa for entry into Sweden. The citizens of these countries need to have visas before entering the Schengen area.
Registration for the 14th World University Championship FISU is officially open until last of May. Participants must register with the National University Sport Federations of their countries on through the FISU Online Accreditation System
Deadlines for submission of the registration forms
General Entries - Open
1st of June 2018 - Quantitative Entries ( including 25% of the participating fee)
1st of August 2018 - Individual Entries ( including travel plans and final payment)
At the WUC Triathlon 2018 in Kalmar we will allow multi country relay teams. If your country doesn’t have enough members to set up your own mixed relay team you will still be able to team up with another country and create your own multi country relay team. These teams are allowed to compete just for fun of the sport and will be placed outside of the rankings.
30 th of August 2018 - Arrival day 1
31 st of August 2018 - Arrival day 2, General Technical Meeting, Opening Ceremony
1st of September 2018 - WUC Men and Women Medal Cermony, Closing Ceremony
2nd of September 2018 - WUC Sprint
If you are visiting Sweden and are a citizen of a non-EU country, you may need a visa. A visa is a permit to travel to and stay in a country for a maximum of 90 days. If you intend to stay in Sweden for longer than 90 days you will need a visitors’ residence permit.
You should hand in your visa application at a Swedish embassy or consulate-general in the country where you live.
Some embassies and consulates-general have an online visa application service.
If your country’s embassy or consulate does not have an online visa application service, you should hand in your application at the embassy or consulate-general.