Sweden, the third largest country in the European Union, is located in Northern Europe. Sweden remains a popular destination for its "nature tourism", receiving international visitors from the world-over who enjoy its breath taking scenery and untouched wilderness. The country has high rank in terms of telephone and internet services.
Sweden is among the world leaders in higher education and some of the country’s reputation is due to the independent study system that involves less teacher-led time and more group and independent study. Sweden has around 35,000 International Students. Their Colleges and Universities encourage students for group work and prepare them for industrial environment. There is a very warm relationship between teachers and students which makes the study atmosphere wide and open.
Courses in Sweden are unique and innovative with large input from students and continuously changing, allowing for flexibility and diversification.
Sweden is an amazing destination for international students eager to get their Bachelor's and Master's degrees.
Students from non-EU/EEA countries pay tuition fees. For instance, humanities, law and social science degree courses cost around 9,700 EUR/year and science programmes are worth around 15,000 EUR/year. Business degrees in Sweden are around 13,000 EUR/year, for UG / PG Programmes.
Monthly living costs for students in Sweden are a bit above other European countries, meaning they would spend on average 700 – 1,100 EUR/month.
The Swedish Institute Scholarships for Global Professionals (SISGP) target highly-qualified students from selected countries and are awarded for full-time UG / PG level studies in Sweden. It covers both tuition fees, living costs, and insurance.
Note:: The documents required for individual universities and individual courses in Sweden may vary.