If you plan to study in Sweden, these are some of the places you will enjoy: Turning Torso in Malmö, beautiful Swedish red country houses in winter, Old City (Gamla Stan) in Stockholm or just a walk in a snowed forest

What do you need to know to study in Sweden?

Sweden, the largest of the Scandinavian countries, is also considered a leader in innovation, ranking in the top 5 countries with most patent requests per capita. Whether you are just planning a short visit to study in Sweden as an exchange student, studying a master's program or study a full degree, you will benefit from the Swedish open and informal atmosphere, moderate tuition fees as well as the large array of progressive courses you can choose from. In fact, Sweden is one of Europe's most popular study destinations. In 2009, nearly 40000 international students chose to study in Sweden. That's almost 10% of the student population body for that year.

Welcome to study in Sweden!

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