Benefits of studying in Sweden
The free education for all, availability of wide range of scholarship and flexible policy of Swedish government to allow all the students to work for the support of their living in Sweden made it even more attractive destination for international students. Universities in Sweden offer wide range of educational programs of (around 500) in English language and these universities are renowned worldwide for the encouragement they provide to their students to think every matter critically with personal initiatives.
Area: 449,964 sq km.
Language: Swedish, English.
Religion: Protestant, Roman Catholic.
Admission requirements generally varies according to the level of study and programs selected. The requirements for admission is mentioned below according to the admission level.
Under Graduate Level
There is a wide range of single subject but very limited number of study programs available to international students intending to study in this level. That’s why very limited international students apply in Sweden for Undergraduate level. For admission in undergraduate level, student must meet the general as well as specific requirements of entry.
1. Student must have an internationally recognized higher secondary level education or must have equivalent recognized qualifications.
2. Student must show proficiency in English by means of internationally recognized English tests like IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
Many universities have their own specific requirements. The requirements may be in terms of ability, in terms of subject matter and so on. To study the specific subject, student may need additional requirements. Students are requested to visit the respective university’s website and look for University’s requirements for their indented subject as the requirements may vary subject to subject and university to University.
Post Graduate Level
Admission requirements for master programs are:
1. Student must have an internationally recognized bachelor’s degree or must have equivalent recognized qualifications.
2. Same as for undergraduate level, student must show proficiency in English by means of internationally recognized English test like IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
Different universities have their own specific requirements regarding academic performance, ability, and languages. To study the specific subject, student may need additional requirements indicated by the university itself. Students are requested to visit the respective university’s website where they intend to study and look for University’s requirements for their indented course because requirements may vary in accordance to universities and subjects.
There is not an approximate figure that can be stated as living cost for international students in Sweden as the cost may vary according to a place of stay and living standard. For example, big cities like Stockholm is more expensive than in small towns. However, in average, Swedish living cost for international students will be about US Dollar USD 1000 (Swedish Krona SEK 6500) per month. Tuition fees of up to 500 Euros per semester.
Tuition Fees totally depends on the course and educational institutions.