Study in Sweden with Scholarship

Sweden is a Scandinavian country with thousands of coastal islands and lakes and a vast forest area on the northern side and snowy mountains. Its principal cities are Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo, Uppsala, Vasteras, Orebro, Linkoping, Jonkoping etc.

Country of Nobel prize. We all know some of Sweden’s popular exports – IKEA furniture, ABBA pop music, Minecraft computer games, H&M garments, Volvo cars, etc. Sweden is an amazing country, known for its clean streets, inexplicably beautiful landscape, successful health care system, and open-minded cultures.

Capital Official & National Language Area Population Currency
Stockholm Swedish 450,295 km² Around 10 million (Dec, 19) Swedish Krona (SEK)

Why Study in Sweden

  • 3 universities in the top 100 Universities and 13 universities in the top 500 – QS World ranking.

  • More than 1000 programs are taught in English.

  • Lots of Scholarship opportunities.

  • Apply for up to 8 bachelor’s programs or 4 master’s programs with just one application.

  • Easy to get a visa for spouse and children.

Application Period

  • Mid-October to 15 January for studies starting in the autumn semester (August/September).

  • Early June to 15 August for studies starting in the spring semester (January).

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Best Universities in Sweden

  • Karolinska Institute

  • Lund University

  • Uppsala University

  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology

  • Stockholm University

  • University of Gothenburg

  • Halmstad University

  • University of Gavle

  • Umea University

  • Malardalen University

Admission Requirements

Bachelor’s/ undergraduate studies:
  • Have completed their upper secondary (high school) with a minimum GPA of 4 / A – Level / Equivalent.
  • The student must have completed courses in mathematics in HSC.
  • IELTS- Academic Test with a minimum score of 6.5, Pearson PTE Academic test with Score of 62 (writing 61). A level (with English course) completed students will not require to submit any other English proficiency test.
Master’s studies:
  • Undergraduate/Bachelor’s degree or equivalent of at least 4 years’ duration.
  • Bachelor Transcript has to be sent to the Admission committee directly from passing University in a sealed envelope.
  • IELTS – Academic test minimum of 6.5 points OR PTE Academic score of 62. Few programs accept Medium of study – English for students who have completed MBBS or Bachelor in English.
  • Students may Apply to Pre-Masters with IELTS 5.5.
  • Applicants who have completed university education where the subject English or MBBS can be exempted from the English Language test.

Visa Requirements in Sweden

Sponsorship: To be granted a residence permit for higher education research or studies, it is enough that you have sufficient funds for your living expenses during the time of your permit, and it should cover the costs of your return trip. Living expense per month for a student is around 830 euro (subjected to change).

Checklist for Visa Application:
  • Complete Visa Application Form
  • Fees: Visa Application fee – 100 Euro, Embassy / Biometric fee – 1740BDT (Fees are subjected to change anytime without before any notice from Swedish Embassy and Immigration service)
  • Copy of Passport
  • Passport size photograph
  • Admission letter
  • Notarized copy of all academic documents
  • At least 6 months’ Tuition fee payment confirmation to University (Refund policy applies)
  • Motivation letter
  • Bank Statement
  • Health Insurance (If applicable)
  • Air tickets booking

(Contact ‘Career Paths’ for latest Visa Application procedure)

Scholarships in Sweden

  • S.I. Scholarship

  • Different universities offer different Scholarships for a range of students.

Cost of studying in Sweden

  • Approximately 6000 euro to 13000 euro per year for both Bachelor’s & Master’s study.

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Employment/Work opportunities in Sweden

Part-time Job Opportunity – No time limit of work hours for admitted students. Students with a residence permit can work full time besides studying.

Post-study work visa: Will be allowed to get a job-seeking visa for a minimum of 6 months after completion of the study.

PR facility: Opportunity to get work permit visa after completion of 60 credits (equivalent to 1-year study completion) and thereby get Permanent residence permit after 4 years.

How will Career Paths assist you?

  • We will make an Assessment of Your educational qualification and will prepare you for your Journey towards your Application & Admission.
  • We select the right Programs and Universities according to your Career plan and eligibility.
  • We will 100% Ensure your admission.
  • Career Paths’ Expert counselors will assist with Scholarship Applications.
  • We will help you out with Tuition Fee Payment.
  • Our Experts will guide You through Visa application, book for Embassy interview, and prepare you for Embassy interview.
  • We will also apply for your dependent’s Visa.
  • We will also arrange Accommodation and help you find a job in your dream country.
  • We can also help you with Flight booking, Airport pick-up service in your destination country.