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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

সুইডেনে উচ্চশিক্ষা - STUDY IN SWEDEN

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Information about Study in sweden

Academic prerequisites
1. Very good skills in English. any of international english language test certificate. IELTS min 5.5 for bachelor & 6.0 for masters level.
2. Relevant bachelor’s degree are basic prerequisites
3. Good grades
4. Letters of recommendation are needed to meet competitive entrance requirements.

Course Lenght :

Bachelor level : 3 yrs (fulltime )
Masters level :2 yrs
Doctoret level :4 yrs

How and when to apply :

1. Applications for master’s programmes should be made directly to the host university where you plan to study.
2. Application deadlines for programmes starting at the end of August usually lie between mid-January and March 1st.
3. A few programmes also have a spring intake of students, starting at the end of January.

also you can apply via online application portal ( you will find all relevent information about studying, living cost, tuition fees etc.

Tuition and application fees :

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 application to Swedish universities and colleges for fee paying students has been set to SEK 900.

At the same time, scholarships are also available. The Swedish Institute (publisher of administers several of these. More information is available in our section Scholarships. Additionally, Swedish universities themselves also offer scholarships directly to non-EU/EEA students.

The above fees only apply to citizens of countries outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland, and if these students are not part of a bilateral agreement or exchange between universities. You can read more about in which cases fees are applicable at

If you are a fee-paying student (see above), the university to which you are accepted may provide you with free insurance during your enrolment in a study program. Furthermore, if your study program is longer than one year, you are entitled to the same health benefits as Swedes. See our article on Medical insurance & care for more information.

Student union fees
Students usually join the local student union and pay a membership fee. Fees range from SEK 50–350 per semester, depending on the union.

Literature and textbooks
The required reading is often extensive and students usually have to buy their own books as library copies are limited. Teachers also prepare and hand out their own compendiums.

On average, students can expect to spend SEK 750 per month on books in an academic term. With some subjects such as law and natural sciences, this figure is likely to be higher. Many student unions organize book sales where students can buy used textbooks cheaply.

Living expenses
In addition to university fees, you will need to cover your living expenses during your study period, which amount to approximately SEK 7,300 per month. This is a requirement for acquiring a residence permit.

for further information about visa please contact any nearest swedish embassy . ( . Guys if you have aeny questation you can write here on Study & Migration in Europe  our facebook page . 


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