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Want to Study in Sweden?

Sweden offers plenty of opportunities for international students who wish to pursue a degree or undertake research at a world-class university. Sweden is renowned for its quality of education and research. Swedish educational institutions are strongly focused on students and their interests; helping you to build skills in your chosen field. Studying in Sweden offers a wide choice of courses and programmes at all levels of study.

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Why Study in Sweden?

Sweden is the ideal study destination for those looking for Renewable Energy, Environmental science, Geography, Architecture, Research, MBA related courses due to the good job opportunities available here.

Sweden is home to some of the world’s best universities and fosters creativity. It has the largest number of multinationals per capita of any country in the world. Unlike other destinations that may place more emphasis on research output, Swedish universities are strongly focused on their students.

All of the courses and programmes encourage group work, innovation and critical thinking. Sweden’s higher education institutions have also adapted to the Bologna Process, as well as conforming to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, meaning that you’ll graduate with a fully-recognised European degree.

Generally there are two types of institutions of higher education in Sweden: universities and university colleges. The only difference applies to the advanced studies (Licentiate and PhD) and not to the bachelor’s or master’s studies. Universities have the unrestricted right to award Licentiate and PhD degrees, while university colleges don’t, and most of them don’t award PhDs.

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Where can you study in Sweden?

Sweden is a well connected country, with motorways serving most parts of the country and connecting it to Denmark. It’s airport hub is in Stockholm with both the Arlanda and Skavasta airports, while the ports of Gothenburg and the shared Copenhagen-Malmo port welcome travellers by sea.

However, if you’re more of a city person, then Sweden has plenty to offer, particularly in capital Stockholm and second largest city Gothenburg. You’ll find plenty of stylish bars and clubs, restaurants serving Swedish classics like meatballs and lingonberry jam, as well as plenty of seafood.

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