In Sweden, there around 100 bachelor programmes in English. Bachelor’s programmes typically require 3 years of full-time study, which is equal to 180 ECTS credits.
With over 700 programmes offered in English, master’s programmes embrace different disciplines. Master’s programmes require either one year (60 Credits) or two years (120 Credits) of study, including the coursework and the master’s thesis.
Programmes in Sweden encoruage critical and creative thinking within an international environment.
Tuition fees generally range from SEK 85.000 TO 140.000 (approximately 9000 Euro to 15.000 Euro) per academic year. Scholarships are available at the national level and from universities.
As an international student, you are allowed to work during your studies. You can also apply to stay in Sweden for up to 6 months after graduation to find a job and apply for a work permit, making Sweden the perfect place to launch your international career.