Higher education in Sweden is among the best in the world. While you may not be required to speak fluent Swedish in order to live or study in Sweden, you may want to take advantage of the opportunity to pick up a new language and increase your employability.
Courses are taught in English, so you won’t have to worry about problems arising from a lack of knowledge of the Swedish language. In fact, the Swedish people you meet outside the university are comfortable speaking English as well.
Many degree programs in Sweden include internships, which are a great way to get real-world experience while also enabling you to build your professional network.
Students from non-EU/EEA countries pay tuition fees. The costs range between 7,500 – 25,500 EUR/year depending on the study programme and university. The bachelor’s programs are generally less expensive.
Living costs for students in Sweden are above the European average. You should expect to spend between 700 – 1,200 EUR/month.
You will be able to work while you study in Sweden. Part-time jobs are available and there are consultancies that will help you find these jobs.
While there is no limit to the number of hours an international student can work for, it is important to set aside adequate hours to study and work on assignments.
A number of multinational firms are based in Sweden, and there are plenty of opportunities for ambitious grads – especially if you’re interested in becoming an engineer, software developer, architect, or any of high-demand jobs listed by the Swedish Migration Agency.
Sweden is home to some of the largest number of MNCs in the world. Several leading companies such as IKEA, TetraPak, Volvo, Ericsson, AstraZeneca and H&M are from Sweden. An internship or full-time position at any of these companies is sought after by most students.
Sweden is clean and safe, and the standard of living is high.
Sweden’s public transport – extensive network of buses, trains, subways, trams, boats, planes and more – can take you anywhere you want to go, car-free.
The Swedish welfare system brings many benefits to employees. These include free healthcare, sick leave, child care, education and 18 months of paid parental leave for each child. There are also state subsidies in a range of areas to ensure that the quality of life is exceptional.
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