Sweden officially the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe. It borders Norway to the west and north and Finland to the east, and is connected to Denmark in the southwest by a bridge-tunnel across the Öresund. Sweden is the third-largest country in the European Union by area. The capital city is Stockholm, which is also the most populous city in the country.
There are a number of different universities and colleges in Sweden, the oldest and largest of which are situated in Uppsala, Lund, Gothenburg and Stockholm.
Why Should Study in Sweden
Benefits of studying in the Sweden
WORKING IN SWEDEN
Work during your studies
As an international student in Sweden, you’re allowed to work alongside your studies – there’s no official limitation for how many hours you can work. However, it’s important to keep your studies as your first priority – even when you don’t have many classroom hours, you’re expected to spend the equivalent of a 40-hour work week reading and working on assignments. Most universities have careers services that can help you with finding a part-time job during your studies. Many also offer services like employer fairs, CV checks and special events with companies.
Work after your studies
Sweden is a great place to start your career, and innovative, international companies are found throughout the country. 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.
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• Academic Documents
• Bachelor main certificate and mark sheet with subject name.
• IELTS Certificate (Academic) or Medium of Instruction
• Birth Certificate (In English)
• C.V. (with 2 references)
• Job Experience Certificate
• Photo (Passport size)
• Testimonial (for HSC Passed)
• Recommendation Letter (for Bachelor or Masters)
• Motivation letter
Convenient electronic application and process
All of our international applicants apply electronically for courses and programmes. Here on Universityadmissions.se, you can:
• Create a user account
• Search for courses and programmes
• Fill out and send in your application
• Pay your application fee, if required
• Upload your required documents
• Follow your application
• Receive and print out your notification of selection results
Follow the steps in this section to complete your application quickly and correctly.
One set of supporting documents
Students must submit documentation in support of their application. These documents can include upper secondary school transcripts, university transcripts and English test results. The documents you upload or send in to University Admissions in Sweden are scanned into our electronic admissions system. In that way, no matter where an admissions officer is in Sweden, they can bring up your record and look at all of your documents and your application information.
• Lund University
• Malmo University
• Mid Sweden University
• Malardalen University
• Stockholm University
• Sodertorn University
• University of Boras
• University of Gothernburg
• Blekinge Institute of Technology
• Chalmers University of Technology
• Dalarna University
• Halmstad University
• Jonkoping University
• KTH Royal Institute of Technology
• Karlstad University
• Linnaeus University
• Karokinska University