Sweden

Study in Sweden

study in swedenHigher education in Sweden is partially free and includes some of the world’s leading universities, with a strong focus on both research and practice. The level of education is constantly growing and international students enjoy the “freedom with responsibility” teaching style of Swedish universities and colleges. If this sounds good to you and you can’t wait to start your international experience in Sweden, then we’re here to provide the complete guide on how to apply to your dream Master’s degree offered by a Swedish university.

Admission Expenses

Application and tuition fees apply for students who are not citizens of an EU/EEA/Nordic country or Switzerland studying at the bachelor’s or master’s level.

The application fee is SEK 900. This fee is paid as part of your online application at Universityadmissions.se.

Tuition fees in Sweden vary depending upon the subject. The average fee for a master’s programme is SEK 129,000/year; bachelor’s programmes are generally less expensive.

A standard range of tuition fees for various subjects is shown below (the exact level may vary).

Social sciences and humanities                                   SEK 80,000 – 110,000/year

Technical programmes and natural sciences               SEK 120,000 – 145,000/year

Architecture and design                                              SEK 190,000 – 270,000 /year

Living expenses

An average monthly student budget is about SEK 8,370 per month. Of course, your costs will vary depending on where you live and your personal preferences.

Student union fees

Students usually join the local student union for a small membership fee. This gives you access to various student activities and student discounts. Fees range from SEK 50-350 per semester, depending on the union. Your relevant student union can provide information on membership fees and benefits.

Admission Requirements

The custom requirements can be found on the page of your choice Master’s degree, so don’t forget to get the proper documentation and do the proper research before the deadline. However, some of the usual required documents are:

  • Identification document
  • Record of completed upper secondary (high school) education (translated into English)
  • University records (translated into English)
  • Signed Cover Letter (only when submitting documents via regular post)
  • Change of name (if you legally changed your name, only)

The English certificate should be from an Internationally recognised test and past the minimum required grade. The tests you can submit to your application are:

  • TOEFL iBT
  • IELTS
  • Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments
  • Pearson PTE Academic
  • Cambridge English Language Assessment (C1 Advanced)

Documents for the student visa for study in Sweden

  • Copies of the pages from your passport
  • The letter of acceptance from the university that states that you have been admitted to a full-time course.
  • A copy of the proof that you have comprehensive medical insurance coverage in Sweden
  • A bank statement that proves that you can financially support yourself for a minimum of 840 EUR/month or 165 EUR/month if you receive free food and accommodation.
  • The document must cover the duration of your study and to be translated into English.
  • You can also attach documents that show that you’ve received a scholarship, student aid or, in the case of PhD students – an educational grant or employment in research.
  • For further detail information
  • Email:freestudy@brightsparkco.com
  • Phone:03458599100 | 03328599111