- Capital : Stockholm
- Currency : Swedish Krona
- Language : Swedish, Romani, Finnish, Yiddish
- Major Cities : Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo, Uppsala, Orebro, Lund
- Major Intake : March and September
The land area of Sweden is the fourth largest in Europe and is official called the Kingdom of Sweden. Sweden ascended from poverty and backwardness into an extremely advanced post-industrial civilization and progressive welfare nation with one of the highest ranking standard of living and life expectancy. Education in Sweden is compulsory for all the children between age 6 and 16. All degree programmes in Sweden are offered according to European Standard.
Famous Places to Visit
- Vasa Museum
- Skansen and Djurgarden
- Gamla Stan
- Kiruna and the Ice Hotel
- The Gota Canal
- Stockholm City Hall
Why study in Sweden:
- Creativity is the key: Studying in Sweden will encourage you to think independently, creatively and critically. You will be free to think creatively because of the informal nature of the Swedish society.
- Academic Excellence: The higher education system of Sweden has one of the top systems in the world.
- Clean and safe life: Sweden is clean and safe for international students and standard of living is high.
- Real world experience: Many degree programmes include internships, which are a great way to get real world experience while you build your professional network.
Cost of Study for International Students:
- Bachelor’s Degree: SEK 80,000 and SEK 140,000
- Master’s Degree: SEK 80,000 and SEK 270,000
Other Expenses for International Students:
- Average Living Expenses- 9000 SEK per month
- Transportation Cost- 565 SEK per month
Popular Courses in Malaysia:
- Cosmetology Studies
- General Studies
- Life Skills
- Tourism and hospitality
- Life sciences
Levels of Study:
- Bachelor’s program- 3 years duration
- Master´s programs- 2 years duration
List of Universities/College:
- Lund University
- Stockholm University
- Uppsala University
- Dalarna University
- Karlstad University
- Halmstad University
- Chalmers University of Technology
- University West
- The Swedish Red Cross University College
- Royal Institute of Art
Students are permitted to work during their study in Sweden. Students having residence permits are permitted to work during their residence permit period. Non-EU International students can apply for a work permit in Sweden after graduation if they have a job offer that pays enough to support themselves and fulfils a few other requirements.