Universities

Universities in Sweden

KTH Royal Institute of Technology 7,344 Visitors
Graduate
60 Courses
City
Established
Stockholm
1827
Status
Type
Public
University
Uppsala University 6,384 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
6 Courses
124 Courses
City
Established
Uppsala
1477
Status
Type
Public
University
Lund University 6,294 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
9 Courses
100 Courses
City
Established
Lund
1666
Status
Type
Public
University
Chalmers University of Technology 5,286 Visitors
Graduate
39 Courses
City
Established
Gothenburg
1829
Status
Type
Private
University
Karolinska Institutet 4,676 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
1 Courses
8 Courses
City
Established
Stockholm
1810
Status
Type
Public
University
University of Gothenburg 4,160 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
4 Courses
70 Courses
City
Established
Gothenburg
1891
Status
Type
Public
University
Halmstad University 4,006 Visitors
Graduate
13 Courses
City
Established
Halmstad
1983
Status
Type
Public
University
Jönköping University 3,992 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
7 Courses
19 Courses
City
Established
Jönköping
1994
Status
Type
Public
University
Stockholm University 3,934 Visitors
Graduate
82 Courses
City
Established
Stockholm
1878
Status
Type
Public
University
Mälardalen University 3,393 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
2 Courses
13 Courses
City
Established
Västerås
1977
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Linnaeus University 3,170 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
8 Courses
41 Courses
City
Established
Kalmar
1967
Status
Type
Public
University
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences 3,016 Visitors
Graduate
20 Courses
City
Established
Uppsala
1977
Status
Type
Public
University
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Welcome to Sweden!

Sweden, the largest of the Scandinavian countries, is also considered a leader in innovation, ranking in the top 5 countries with most patent requests per capita. Sweden has fostered many internationally known enterprises such as Ericsson, Volvo, IKEA and H&M. Sweden is a world leader in the IT-sector as well as in environmental technology, engineering, medicine and biotechnology. Modern-day Sweden is known for its sense of social justice and fairness. It has the highest level of wealth equality in the world, one of the world’s lowest gender pay gaps, publically funded healthcare for all, and equal rights for homosexual and heterosexual couples. Add on striking northern European beauty, and free tuition for EU students (fees for non-EU students were introduced recently), and the appeal of studying in Sweden is pretty strong.

Studying Abroad in Sweden

Sweden is one of those countries that everyone knows is beautiful and peaceful, but the details always seem a bit fuzzy. Whether you know Sweden as the home of the midnight sun, IKEA, Volvo, or a rich history of Vikings, one or two study abroad semesters here will confirm or break your stereotypes. Further, studying abroad in Sweden may not be the cheapest, but it is incredibly safe, close to other European destinations, and filled with some of the most down-to-earth people.

Study in Sweden

Choose to study in Sweden, and you will find yourself in a nation which has always punched well above its weight. From being the center of an empire in the 17th century, to being the home and birthplace of the Nobel Prize, its influence has long spread well beyond its borders, despite the fact that its total population is no bigger than a large city. Whether you are just planning a short visit to study in Sweden as an exchange student, studying a master's program or study a full degree, you will benefit from the Swedish open and informal atmosphere, moderate tuition fees as well as the large array of progressive courses you can choose from.

Scholarships to Study in Sweden

Swedish government initiates SISS as an international award scheme that focuses to develop future global leaders. The program is funded by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Sweden and administered by the Swedish Institute (SI). The Swedish Institute (SI), a government agency, offers scholarships each year for international students and researchers coming to Sweden.