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Why Study In Sweden?

Sweden is known as the best country in the world. It is located in between Finland and Norway. The Better Life Index has ranked Swedish people to be one of the most decent and warm people to socialize with. A country is an environment-friendly place, home to incredible mountains as well as beaches that will suit explorers. Swedish people do not promote any kind of racism in their country. The total population of the country is about 10 million with 14% of that population consisting of 200 nationalities. Hence, it is one of the least populated countries in the world. The country has a lot of available space that is covered by nature reserves and parks. This country offers the beautiful cosmic sighting of the northern lights and lots of adventures like camping, ice-skating, fishing, and hiking.

Life in Sweden

Sweden was once a land of Vikings. Their history has made the country's name famous. Students can find evidence of Swedish history in their museums, which offer free entrance, passes, and discounts to visiting students.

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Apart from history, Sweden has the highest prospect of renewable energy in the whole of Europe. The country has led the world into many advances in the lines of technology like IKEA, Spotify, and Ericsson. The pacemaker machine was also invented in Sweden. The government invests in technology and researches on climate change, medicine, and biotechnology.

Therefore there are also a lot of job opportunities in Sweden. The country is definitely one of the best places to study as well as to live in. Public investments have led to free education, transport systems, and healthcare. Employees here also receive a six-week paid vacation each year with pension alternatives that also include healthcare.

The southern part of Sweden is the most densely populated. Stockholm, Malmo, and Gothenburg are the largest cities in Sweden. Sweden offers good universities that provide world-class education and is a popular study destination for international students.

Top Universities and Varied options

The top five universities in Sweden are:

Lund University
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Uppsala University
Chalmers University of Technology
Stockholm University

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The education system of Sweden has been well recognized with high-end as well as world-class rates. They have one of the best universities in the entire world. Swedish cities like Uppsala and Lund have the highest number of students in the country coming from all parts of the world. English is a common language in Sweden, hence making it a comfortable and sociable stay for most visitors from any part of the world.

Learning Swedish is not a necessity when it comes to education but it would definitely be beneficial for oneself as it can open more opportunities that the country has to offer. Foreign students can also take up part-time classes to learn the Swedish language in a course during the summer or in a course during their studies. This opportunity will help foreign students to get more involved with Swedish culture and status.

European as well as Swiss students are offered free education in schools and universities throughout the country. However, students from other countries are not offered this opportunity and will have to pay a tuition fee that can be a tad bit expensive. Tuition fees in Sweden range from approximately SEK 80,000 per year (approximately 7,915 EUR or 9,523 USD) to SEK 295,000 (or approximately 29,188 EUR or 35,117 USD).

PG courses will likely be more expensive than UG courses. Education in Sweden may be expensive but the country offers opportunities for a thriving and prosperous career. This can be a good reason for students to consider studying here.

As students are permitted to work in part-time jobs within a certain time limit each week, it is very important to remember that they should give at least 40 hours/week to their studies to prevent any kind of concern on their academic grades. A concern with academic grades can create problems for the extension of residency visas.

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