Study In Sweden
Sweden is an open, multicultural society with a long tradition of welcoming international students.Currently, some 30,000 foreign students are studying in Sweden, making for a vibrant, international study environment.
Tuition fees apply to students who are not citizens of the EU, EEA or Switzerland. The fees apply only to bachelor’s and master’s programs and courses, while PhD programs are tuition-free. Universities set their own fees, and these vary between SEK 80,000–140,000 per academic year for most subjects. However, programs in the fields of medicine and art have notably higher fees. The fee for the Studera.nu application to Swedish universities and colleges for fee paying students has been set toSEK 900.
At the same time, scholarships are also available. The Swedish Institute (publisher of Studyinsweden.se) administers several of these. More information is available here. Additionally, Swedish universities will offer scholarships directly to non-EU/EEA students from autumn 2012.