Why study in Sweden
Swedish Higher Education is ranked best among the world
Swedish universities offer a range of scholarships for international students
Most universities provides fully subsidize tuition costs for international students
IELTS/TOEFL is not mandatory for Engineers
Medium of instruction is English
Many study programmes in Sweden include internships
Sweden is one of the world’s most innovative nations, and it has been called the most digitally connected economy.
Sweden is the birthplace of many world-conquering companies – including IKEA, TetraPak, Volvo, Ericsson, AstraZeneca and H&M.
As an international student in Sweden, students are allowed to work alongside with studies – there’s no official limitation for how many hours you can work.
You can apply to extend your residence permit for up to six months to search for a job or start a company, and if you receive a job offer meeting certain conditions you can then apply for a work permit.