Sweden is home to world-class universities and university colleges ' 39 of which offer programs and courses taught in English. For students who are attracted by progressive values associated with Sweden such as sustainability and equality and those who are attracted by a safe and modern country, it’s hard to find a better place to study than Sweden. Sweden is well-known as a study destination that offers an excellent education at an affordable cost, while the Swedish lifestyle can also be very appealing. Tuition fees range between 8,500 euros and 15,000 euros per year for most subjects. Sweden also offers many scholarship opportunities to students from as many as 150 countries. These scholarships are funded by the Swedish Institute and several universities on a competitive basis.
For the duration of your studies, you also have the right to work part-time in Sweden to support yourself. There is no limit to how many hours per week you can work, but of course, you should allow enough time to focus on your studies. Once you complete your studies, you can stay in Sweden for up to six months while looking for work.
Sweden is a Scandinavian country that is located in the Northern part of Europe, between Norway and Finland. Many people do not realize that it also has a way to get into Denmark, which is a bridge and tunnel hybrid that is referred to as the Oresund. It is a member of the European Union, and is number three in terms of size. The capital of the country is Stockholm. It is bordered on the East by the Baltic Sea and is separated in from Norway in the west by the Skandera, a Scandinavian mountain chain.
The Swedish Higher Education Authority, UKÄ, recorded a total of 37,834 international students in the country in 2018/19, up from 35,892 in 2017/18.