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Organisation ID number
VAT reg. no., Registration Certificate
Authorities in the government accounting organisation
CFAR number
Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI)
D-U-N-S® number
Participant Identification Code (PIC)
Deposits within Sweden
Deposits from abroad
Electronic Invoice Processing (EIP)
Price Base Amount
Payroll Overhead Supplement

Organisation ID number - 202100-3153

VAT reg. no. – SE202100315301
RegistreringsbevisCertificate of VAT registration

Authorities in the government accounting organisation

The number of current authorities is: 225. List of authorities within the government accounting organisation. Includes information about the identity of the authority, organisation ID number, Ministry affiliation, obligation to produce annual reports and permission to order input VAT from tax authority.
Authorities in the government accounting organisation
The list is updated on an ongoing basis during each financial year and describes the situation and structural changes within the government accounting organisation.
An updated list is available from http://sromyndigheter.esv.se/

CFAR number

The CFAR number is an eight-digit identity allocated for places of employment by Statistics Sweden’s Business Register. The CFAR number follows a place of employment in the event of a change of ownership (change of corporate/organisation ID number) if the operation continues in the same line of business, remains at the same address and has the same staff. The CFAR number is also retained if a place of employment only changes its visiting address (i.e. moves its operation and staff).
CFAR numbers

Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI)

The EORI registration system started to be used on 1 July 2009. EORI is part of a joint EU register of operators with customs activities. The fundamental approach of EORI is that all operators with customs activities in the EU should have a unique identity number that should be used for all customs activities within the EU.

SE 202100-3153 is the number for the University of Gothenburg

D-U-N-S® Number

The D-U-N-S® Number is a global identification number allocated by D&B (Dun & Bradstreet). It might be referred to as a global organisation ID number. The DUNS number is sometimes requested by foreign funding providers when applying for research funding.

The D-U-N-S® number for the University of Gothenburg is: 35-058-2359

Further information about DUNS numbers

The Grants and Innovation Office now assists with applications to federal American funders (which are the bodies that usually require a registered DUNS number).
To the Grants and Innovation Office

Participant Identification Code (PIC)

A 9-digit number serving as a unique identifier for organisations (legal entities) participating in EU funding programmes.

PIC: 999981925 – University of Gothenburg
Short name: UGOT

Deposits within Sweden 

Bank Giro: 5051-8646
Bank: Danske Bank

Deposits from abroad

(NB: The account used to deposit funds for EU projects is different; contact the Grants and Innovation Office.)
Bank: Danske Bank, Norrmalmstorg 1, Stockholm
Account: 1281 01 07130
IBAN account: SE8912000000012810107130
ACCOUNT HOLDER: University of Gothenburg

Electronic Invoice Processing (EIP)

Address for receipt within Peppol is 0007:2021003153.
GLN for invoice address is: 7340090599996.
The invoice address for the University of Gothenburg is:
University of Gothenburg
Name of Department/equivalent
Box 115
SE-405 30 Gothenburg, Sweden

Q&A about EIP

Price base amount








AreaVAT rateProportion of the price incl. VAT
General VAT rate25%20%

`VAT on tourism´



`Cultural VAT´

Daily newpapers

Passenger transport











Payroll Overhead Supplement

 Payroll Overhead SupplementPayroll Overhead Supplement incl. holiday supplement









Payroll Overhead Supplement 2019 ¬– calculation basisPayroll Overhead Supplement 2018

Göteborgs universitets fakturaadress

Göteborgs universitet
Inst/motsv namn
Box 115
405 30 Göteborg

Page Manager: Ekonomienheten|Last update: 8/16/2019

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