International students from outside the EU/EEA/Nordic countries, as well as Switzerland, pay tuition. However, many universities give foreign students partial and complete scholarships bundled as tuition waivers.
There are also several English-taught programs available in Sweden, with costs ranging from €7000 to €15000 a year and numerous government scholarship opportunities.
English Language Requirements:
International applicants must demonstrate English proficiency if their primary language is not English or if they attended school in a non-English speaking country.
Description of the Swedish Government Scholarship:
- Course Level: Awards are eligible for undergraduate students pursuing a degree.
- Study Subject: Scholarships are offered to students who wish to study the university’s subjects.
The International Full Tuition Grant, which ranges from $8,1450 to $14,000 per academic year for freshmen, is given by the United Award.
- Scholarships: For the year 2021, a limited number of merit-based scholarships will be awarded to accepted students.
- Eligible Countries: Foreign students are eligible for the awards.
International students, on the other hand, are not charged tuition for PhD programs. Sweden’s cost of living is relatively low. Lund University, Uppsala University, Karolinska Institute, Royal Institute of Technology, and Stockholm School of Economics are among the best Swedish universities for foreign students. Living expenditures are also on the low side, with an annual budget of €3,600 (US$4,700).