Sweden is the fifth largest country in Europe. Sweden is one of the Scandinavian countries in Northern Europe, with thousands of coastal islands and inland lakes with vast boreal forests and glaciated mountains.
Official name: Kingdom of Sweden
Form of government: Constitutional monarchy
Capital : Stockholm
Area: 173,860 square miles (450,295 square kilometers)
Official language: Swedish
MONEY: Swedish krona
Population : 1.02 C(2019)
Universities: There are two type of universities 1) Public Universities 2) Public University College (a hogs kola(college) has limitations in awarding doctoral degrees (PhD))
WHY STUDY IN SWEDEN?
Internationally Renowned Education System
A Rich History
One of the most technically strong countries in terms of inventions
Affordable tuition and low living expenses
Great quality education at some of the best universities in the world
Great quality of life
SWEDEN EDUCATION SYSTEM
There are over 50 institutions offering higher education in Sweden
Degrees are generally offered at three levels: bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral.
Masters programmers are offered in close collaborate with local industry and institutions are obliged to interact with the local community while specializing in specific subject areas.
Greater autonomy is given to Institutions to structure courses and programmers according to their own needs, using a credit system, allowing students to have say in their learning and education.
STEM graduates- IELTS/GRE is exempted
Management students- IELTS, as per the University Requirement
The tuition fees usually range between SEK 70,000 and 170,000 per academic year (around EUR 7,000-17,000). The exact amount will depend on your program, degree level and the university.
WORK RIGHTS & STAY BACK POST STUDY
Unrestricted part time work rights for Students (Dependents can join)
12 months stay back
Sweden Government Scholarships for International Students
University Scholarships in Sweden for International Student