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Study in Sweden the best place

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Study in Sweden the best place



Sweden
is a Scandinavian nation with thousands of coastal islands and inland
lakes, along with vast boreal forests and glaciated mountains. Its
principal cities, eastern capital Stockholm and southwestern
Gothenburg and Malmö, are all coastal. Stockholm is built on 14
islands. It has more than 50 bridges, as well as the medieval old
town, Gamla Stan, royal palaces and museums such as open-air Skansen.
The capital of Swedn is Stockholm.

The
provinces of Sweden (Swedish: Sveriges landskap) are historical,
geographical and cultural regions. Sweden has 25 provinces and they
have no administrative function, but remain historical legacies and
the means of cultural identification. Dialects and folklore rather
follows the provincial borders than the borders of the counties.

Historically,
Sweden was seen as containing four “lands” (larger regions)

  • Götaland
    (southern Sweden)
  • Svealand
    (central Sweden)
  • Österland
    (Finland)
  • Norrland
    (northern parts of present-day Sweden and north-western Finland)

Education

There
are a number of universities throughout Sweden, and the number is
based on the Higher Education Ordinance of 1993. Most of the
universities that you will find throughout Sweden are publicly
funded, with only a handful of them being private. In this section,
we’re going to take a look at each of the universities located in
Sweden and any relevant information that you would like to know about
them.

Tuition
fees in Sweden



Tuition
fees in Sweden range from approximately SEK 80,000 per year
(approximately 8,300 EUR or 9,200 USD as of Oct, 2016) to SEK 130,000
(or approximately 13,000 EUR or $14,600 USD as of Oct, 2016).

All
students in Sweden need to buy their own textbooks and on average
spend 750 SEK/month for this purpose.

Some
of the Renowned Universities

Uppsala
University

Uppsala
University is located in Uppsala, Sweden, in the central region of
the country. Established in 1477, it is easily the oldest university
in Sweden (there are debates on whether or not Lund is older, which
we will discuss next). This university has played a large role in the
history of Sweden and had a lot of influence on the history, culture,
and other factors of Sweden, probably due to its age. Many of the
academic traditions that you see at Swedish universities were started
here, including the ‘white cap’ phenomena among Swedish students.
There are over 23,000 students at Uppsala currently, with over 6,000
employees that work for the university.

Lund
University

Lund
University was established in 1666, even though its roots go back to
1425, when a monastery opened its doors to educating others. Because
the actual university was not established until 1666, it is not
considered to be older than Uppsala. It is considered to be one of
the top 100 universities in the world, and it is also one of the
largest universities in Scandinavia. There are currently 47,000
students attending Lund University; there are eight faculties
(colleges, departments) with almost 300 different programs. It also
has a number of connections to universities in other countries.

University
of Gothenburg

The
University of Gothenburg is the third-oldest of the existing Swedish
universities. It currently has almost 25,000 students that attend on
a full-time basis, which ranks it among the largest in this region of
Europe. There are currently eight faculties that offer a number of
different courses; so many, in fact, that Gothenburg is considered to
have the most diverse course offerings in Sweden, and among some of
the most variety that you will find in the entire world. The programs
range from liberal arts, to biological sciences, to social sciences
and humanities, and a number of other concentrations. There are over
57 departments at the university, and they are adding new programs of
study all of the time. Mix this together with the fact that the
university is known for its high job placement rate (after students
complete their programs) and you understand why the University of
Gothenburg is one of the most popular universities in the country.

Stockholm
University

Stockholm
University is a public university that focuses on the natural
sciences and social sciences. Like many of the public universities in
Sweden, Stockholm University is large, with over 65,000 students
attending every single year. On many lists, this university is listed
as one of the top 200 universities in the entire world. The research
that they do is based on helping the community as much as possible
and for developing creativity and innovation in the world. They have
over 70 departments at the university, and they work with government
centers and institutions to help give their students the best
educational experience possible.

Karolinska
Institutet

The
Karolinska Institutet, sometimes called the Royal Caroline Institute,
is a university in Soina, Sweden. Originally started in 1810, it was
actually in Stockholm first, and then relocated to this populated
suburb. There is a second campus located in Flemingsberg, which is
another suburb of Stockholm. Much of the work at this university is
done in the medical field, and is one of the oldest medical schools
in the country. Among other medical schools, Karolinska Institutet is
considered to be one of the best that there is in this region of
Europe, and is in the top 50 around the world.

Umeå
University

Umea
University is a university in the northern region of Sweden. It was
started in 1965, and since then has become one of the best “young”
(under fifty years old) universities in the world. It is also a
favorite of many students who study abroad and go to Sweden; it
ranked 1st in the International Student Barometer of satisfaction.
There are currently 36,000 students (17,000 of which attend
full-time). There are more than 4,000 employees who work at the
school as well.

Royal
Institute of Technology

The
Royal Institute of Technology referred to as KTH due to its Swedish
name, is another university in Stockholm. Founded in 1827, it became
the first university in Sweden to put a major focus on technological
advances. It is one of the best technology schools in Northern
Europe, no matter who you ask. All of their programs, both
undergraduate and graduate, focus on technology, science,
engineering, and other related fields. There are currently 16,000
students that study at the university, with about 2,000 of those
students at the graduate level of study.

Linköping
University

Linköping
University is a state-run, public university that was given full
status as a university in 1975. The university has focuses in a
number of fields, including liberal arts, education, medicine, and
technology. Their layout has 14 large departments that fall under the
different faculties as listed above. If you are looking for a
university that has open dialogue with the community around them in
order to help students get the best education possible, Linköping
University is it. It has over 18000 students that attend the
university every single year.

Swedish
University of Agricultural Sciences

Agriculture
is a very large part of the Swedish livelihood and economy, and the
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences is at the core of this.
Even though its main campus is located in Uppsala, it actually has a
number of campuses throughout the country. This is so they can have
the greatest reach to the greatest number of farmers and other
agricultural business. All of their faculties focus on fields related
to agricultural and natural sciences, including animal science,
agriculture, natural resources, landscaping, and forestry. They
currently have about 5000 students that study at the various campuses
throughout the country.

Luleå
University of Technology

The
Luleå University of Technology is located in the northern section
(Norrland) of Sweden, and is actually the technology university that
is situated the furthest north. They have several campuses, each of
which has a different focus (the main campus has every focus).
Astronomy, Wood technology, Computer Gaming, Music, Media, and a
number of other technology fields are studied at the various
campuses. It was started in 1971, and it became a university in 1997.

Karlstad
University

Karlstad
University is a public Swedish university that was founded in 1977,
but became a university in 1999. Originally, this university was part
of the University of Gothenburg. There are a number of programs,
courses, and certificates that can be earned at this university, most
of which focus on social sciences, education, and technology. There
are currently over 12,000 students that attend the university every
year.

Örebro
University

Örebro
University was originally part of Uppsala University; it was used to
offer classes in the 1960’s. In 1977, the university became its own
entity, and became a university in 1999. They offer medical degrees
and social work degrees to their students. Örebro also puts a lot of
emphasis on gender equality, both in Sweden and around the world.
They currently have 8600 students and have about 1100 people on
staff.

Mid
Sweden University

Mid
Sweden University is found in central Sweden, actually, in the region
that is almost exactly the center of the country of Sweden. They have
three campuses throughout this region. They offer a number of
different degrees at every undergraduate and graduate level, and have
done so since 2005 when they added a Master’s program to their
repertoire. Natural sciences, engineering, technology, social
sciences, humanities, and education courses and programs are offered
at Mid Sweden University. There are over 22,000 students between all
of the campuses.

Linnaeus
University

Linnaeus
University is a public state university that has three separate
campuses (one main campuses, two satellite). This university is
actually a merger between two former universities (Växjö and
Kalmar) and the two were combined in 2010. Both of the original
universities were campuses of other colleges before they got
individual university status and then merged. With the merger, there
are currently 15,000 students that attend courses and programs at the
university across all campuses.

University
of Borås

The
University of Borås offers a number of technical courses, and is the
primary university for Library and information studies and Fashion
studies in the country. They also offer a number of liberal studies
programs, medical programs, and a number of other classes. This
university puts a lot of focus on helping their students to get hands
on experience; for example, their textile classes are actually done
at an old textile mill. The university has almost 7,000 students that
attend every single year.

Malmö
University

Malmö
University is a university college that has a large percentage (30%)
of students that are from other countries. This is a fairly young
university college, only having started in 1998. Most of the programs
at Malmö focus on helping the world get better, so they include
environmental programs and technology programs. Like Borås, they try
to help their students get well-rounded, hands on education that
involves a lot of work with companies and other entities that can
help them get that education. There are currently over 13000 students
in the various programs at Malmö University.

Dalarna
University College

Dalarna
University was started in 1977 in a town northwest of the capital
city of Stockholm. Of the 18000 students that currently attend the
university, about half of them study at the main campus, whereas the
other half study via online courses (distance education) or at a
satellite campus in Borlänge

Halmstad
University

Halmstad
University is a public higher education institution, not a university
as its name would suggest. It is a university college, meaning that
it does not grant PhD’s, but it offers courses to supplement them.
Most of Halmstad’s courses focus on technology and innovation. They
currently have about 9,000 students that are studying in over 50
courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Kristianstad
University College

Kristianstad
University College is a university college (no PhD’s) that was
established in 1977. It moved to its current location in 1995, and
focuses on education, social sciences, medical sciences, business,
and engineering. There are currently over 12,000 students studying at
this university college.

Skövde
University College

Skövde
University College is a university college (cannot grant PhD’s)
located in central Sweden; it was started in 1977. There are about
11,000 students that attend the college very year. Skövde offers
programs in information technology, social sciences, liberal arts,
health services, and a number of other fields.

Gävle
University College

Gävle
University College is a university college (cannot grant PhD’s)
that is found in Gävle, Sweden. It started in 1977 and offers 45
different degrees, both at graduate and undergraduate levels. It
focuses on a number of subjects, including education, technology, and
liberal arts. There are currently almost 15,000 students that attend
Gävle University College every year.

Stockholm
School of Economics

The
Stockholm School of Economics is one of the best economics and
business schools in Europe and number 26 in the world, and if you are
able to be accepted there, you will get an excellent business
education. It is a private school (one of only a handful in Sweden)
that receives most of its funding from fundraising and private
donations. They offer every level of education and also offer a
number of courses for those who are in business but are not seeking a
degree. There are about 1700 full time students that attend the
school yearly.

Why
Study in Sweden?

  • You
    can learn teamwork in a way that is unique to Sweden
  • Swedish
    Universities have some of the best Advanced Degree Programs in the
    world
  • You
    can discover your strengths and reach your fullest potential
  • You
    will be surrounded by innovation and creativity
  • It
    won’t be easy, but it will be worth every minute of hard work
  • You
    can find your program of interest in Sweden
  • Sweden
    is diverse and embraces diversity

Application

  • No IELTS If
    your last education was in English Medium
  • HSC
    Passed/National University Students needs IELTS Score 6.5
  • Application
    time: October to January

  • Bank Sponsor
    Support Available

Required
Documents for Admission

  • Copy
    of Passport
  • Photo
  • SSC,
    HSC & Bachelor Certificate & Transcript
  • IELTS
    Certificate (For Bachelor applicant IELTS 6.5 require)
  • Medium
    of Instruction Certificate
  • Two
    Recommendation Letter
  • Motivation
    Latter (.docx file)
  • CV
    (.docx file)

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