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Business travel

Are you going on a business trip? There is a lot to consider before you go, during the trip, as well as after you have returned. In these pages, we will guide you to the latest information about how to book a business trip, rules and agreements, travel insurance, debit cards, etc.

Some tips and advice

  1. Efficient travel. Review the possibility of combining several cases during a trip to make travel more efficient.
    For booking travels by train within Europe, contact Egencia personal service via phone or email. Information regarding number and email can be found under "Contact"
  2. Make a risk assessment - What happens if you are ill in another country? Check the countrys entry rules about quarantine for example.
  3. Check the Foreign Ministry's (UD) recommendations. You as a traveler must always check and follow the recommendations. Countries UD advises against  (in Swedish.) There is also an mobile app avaliable.
  4. Read up on insurance - The insurance does not cover everything.Are you prepared to risk getting caught in a lockdown or need to be quarantined in the country you are travelling to? Recommendations KTH  Information regarding insurance during covid: Kammarkollegiet  . Genral information about travel insurance: KTH Travel insurance
  5. Do you travel alot? Get an Eurocard - Business procured personal card (FUP) Business procured personal card (FUP) /Eurocard is a debit card with an extended payment period of 30 days so that you have time to get reimbursed through KTH-RES before the invoice comes to your home adress.

Helpful links and guides

Instruction videos and manuals: Get started with KTH-RES

Download the app SpendCatcher: App store  | Google play

Frequently asked questions: Questions & Answers

What your expense report should consist of and where to send your documentation: Business trip step by step