Stimulate your intellect in the land of innovation and Nobel
Home of Nobel prize, which is the world’s most prestigious academic
Ranked as the 2nd best country in the world for standard of education at
Master’s and doctoral levels.
Popular study destination among international students including
citizens of USA, UK and Canada.
Swedish Universities received about 374000 applications for 30000
available seats in the previous years.
History of rich academic excellence with outstanding universities dating
back to as early as 15th century.
Multi-cultural environments with about students of 160 nationalities.
One of the world’s most modern countries with 85% of the population
living in the urban areas.
IELTS/TOEFL/GRE/GMAT are not required either for admission or visa
Participatory and research based education system.
Safe and modern environment.
90% Swedes speak fluent English.
Project based teaching in collaboration with industries.
Opportunity to pursue salary based internships in partner companies
which may lead to further employment.
Government is investing 110 Billion SEK for 2009 to 2012 in educational
Majority of Swedish Companies use English as official language.
Ranked 1st in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) rankings
for third year in row.
Hosts two of the world’s leading heavy truck and bus manufacturers.
Motor vehicle industry accounts for exports valued at 160 Billon SEK.
Long tradition of industrial and scientific excellence in life sciences
with home to nearly 200 international companies.
Home to Medicon Valley with hundreds of Biotech, Pharma and Medtech
Visa Process is hassle-free with affordable financial requirements.
Master programs offered by Swedish Universities are strongly connected
to globally reputed research groups within the same domain.
Hundreds of companies advertise thesis projects, internships, jobs,
doctoral positions through the student union of each Swedish University.
International Students are allowed to work part-time for up to 20 hours
per week and full-time during holidays.
The European innovation scoreboard placed Sweden as the most innovative
country in the world.
Some examples of the successful innovation from Sweden are the computer
mouse, Bluetooth, The Pacemaker, The ball bearing, The dialysis machine,
SKYPE and Online music streaming service etc.
BBC states Sweden’s economy last year grew six times faster than UK.
Sweden's Economy is one of the strongest in the world and recorded about
4-6% growth every year in spite of the global recession.
World bank ranks Sweden number one in Knowledge Economy index.
Sweden is experiencing skills shortage in fields such as Engineering,
IT, Biotechnology and health care.
As a rapidly aging workforce retires, the government is predicting more
labor shortages in near future.
Forbes Magazine has included 30 Swedish companies on its list of the
world's most successful major companies, including Nordea Bank, ABB and
Some of the globally acclaimed companies from Sweden are Astra Zeneca,
Volvo, Nordea Bank, IKEA, Ericsson, Vattenfall, Skanska, Sony Ericsson,
ABB, H&M, Electrolux, SKF, TeliaSonera, Sandvik, Scania, ICA, Preem,
Atlas Copco, Securitas and Nordstjernan.
Sweden has introduced the system of tuition fee from the academic year
Despite the introduction of tuition fee, Swedish Universities are
offering numerous scholarships covering 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% of the
tuition fee on the basis of academic merit.