Studying in Sweden

Studying in Sweden

Why Study in Sweden

It is a big step to study abroad, and the options are nearly limitless. So what makes Sweden stand out as a study destination? What makes it so different from other countries that you could go to? Why would...

education-system

The educational system in Sweden is one that requires education for everyone between the ages of 7 and 16. Like most schools in the Northern Hemisphere, they have school from August to June, with a 2 week holiday from...

studying-in-english-or-swedish

Attending a college or university in Sweden implies that you will be able to take your courses in Swedish or in English. Obviously, should you not fully grasp the Swedish language; you will want to take your classes in...

Undergraduate Studies in Sweden

Some people will travel to Sweden for their post graduate studies, which are what you pursue after you have completed your Bachelor’s or similar level degree in your country of origin. There are two separate levels of education that...

Undergraduate Studies in Sweden

Nearly all basic (bachelor's level) students from other countries start their studies in Sweden as exchange students; the university that they attend in their home country likely has a contract that has a Swedish agreement, either as part of...

Universities and Higher Education

There are a number of universities throughout Sweden, and the number is based on the Higher Education Ordinance of 1993. Most of the universities that you will find throughout Sweden are publicly funded, with only a handful of them...

STUDYING IN SWEDEN

APPLICATION

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Stipendien

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LIFE IN SWEDEN