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Partner Universities & Colleges in Sweden

While tuition varies by university, the average rate for a master's degree in Sweden is USD 14,500 per year. Bachelor's degree programs are often less costly. Several Swedish institutions provide a variety of scholarships to overseas students to aid with tuition and living expenses. Here is a list of universities that provide international students bursaries.


  • Blekinge Institute of Technology

  • Chalmers University of Technology

  • Dalarna University

  • Halmstad University

  • Jönköping University

  • Karlstad University

  • Karolinska Institutet

  • Kristianstad University

  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology

  • Linköping University

  • Linnaeus University

  • Luleå University of Technology

  • Lund University

  • Malmö University

  • Mid Sweden University

  • Mälardalen University

  • Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

  • Stockholm School of Economics

  • Stockholm University

  • Södertörn University

  • Umeå University

  • University of Borås

  • University of Gothenburg

  • University of Gävle

  • University of Skövde

  • University West

  • Uppsala University

  • Örebro University

In Sweden, you will be allowed to work while studying. There is part-time employment available, and there are consultancies that may assist you in finding them. While there is no restriction on how many hours an overseas student can work, it is critical to allocate enough time to study and complete assignments.


If you want to work after finishing your higher education, you can petition to have your residence visa extended to offer you more time to hunt for a job. Sweden offers you at least six months to complete this task. Because the work permit is Schengen-compliant, you will be free to seek work anywhere in the European Union.


Internships are offered as part of many degree programs in Sweden, and they are an excellent opportunity to gain firsthand experience while also expanding your professional network.

Sweden has one of the largest densities of multinational corporations (MNCs) in the world. Sweden is home to several major corporations, including IKEA, TetraPak, Volvo, Ericsson, AstraZeneca, and H&M. Most students want to work as interns or full-time employees at one of these firms.


Sweden has a long and illustrious history of academic achievement. Despite its small population, it is home to some of the top universities in the world. The Swedish higher education system as a whole is regarded as one of the greatest in the world. Many Swedish universities are listed among the top in the world by the Times Higher Education and the Academic Ranking of World Universities. Since the courses are taught in English, you won't encounter any difficulties due to a lack of familiarity with the Swedish language.


Talk to one of our expert consultants regarding the scholarships, enrolments, and visa process at Swedish universities

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