Sweden is a Scandinavian country that is located in the Northern part of Europe, between Norway and Finland. Many people don’t realize that it also has a way to get into Denmark, which is a bridge and tunnel hybrid that is referred to as the Øresund. It is a member of the European Union, and is number three in terms of size (450,295 square kilometers (173,860 sq mi)). The capital of the country is Stockholm. It is bordered on the East by the Baltic Sea and is separated in from Norway in the west by the Skandema, a Scandinavian mountain chain.
Reason to study in Sweden:
1. Creativity is central.
2. Coursework is challenging – in a good way.
3. Sustainability and the environment are in focus.
4. Equality and diversity are central to Swedish society.
5. You’ll learn skills for a global career.
Tuition fees and costs:
Planning your budget is an important part of preparing to study in Sweden. Here’s an overview of the different costs you should include in your budget.In Sweden, the currency used is the Swedish krona (SEK). We’ve given costs in SEK; use a currency converter like Google or xe.com to find up-to-date exchange rates. In February 2016:
1 EUR = about 9.5 SEK
1 USD = about 8.5 SEK
10 INR = about 1.25 SEK
Students of all nationalities may apply, given the right credentials; and degree equivalency for past studies, admission is granted on a flexible basis.
A student should choose which program needs to be pursued and then the concerned institute needs to be applied to.The application form should contain all the necessary details asked by the university. Once the criterion is met then the student will receive a letter of acceptance by the institute. The decision on whether to accept an applicant rests with the institutions themselves. Once the student accepts the acceptance letter the visa formalities have to be completed.