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Study in Sweden

About Sweden

Sweden is a country of Northern Europe bordered with Finland to the East, Norway to the West and attached to Denmark in the southwest through a bridge tunnel. With 9.7 million people in Sweden it is the third largest country of European Union. Sweden is a Continental country with myriad opportunities to get involved in Sweden's cultural activities via the, plays, exhibitions and concert held all the year.

Stockholm, is the capital and the largest city of Sweden . It is also the center of Sweden's government and most Government departments .Nobel prize ceremony hosted by Sweden .The climate of Sweden is much milder than other regions of north Europe and influenced by the Gulf Stream .Northern Sweden lies in the area of Midnight Sun and has continuous daylight during summer .

Swedish is the National language of Sweden and 89 % of people in Sweden also speak English . Many Swedish multinational organizations use English as their corporate language, and a large number of institutions, universities degree and courses are studied in English. Sweden has a parliamentary democracy and its parliament called Riksdag. The krona, or Swedish crown is the currency of Sweden.

Sweden pays Students US$ 187 per month to attend the High School. Sweden is the good destination of abroad study to brighten your future as there are tuition free universities in Sweden with careers in English for global students .

Why study in Sweden

Why Study In Sweden? There are so many compelling reasons why you should study in Sweden. Weve outlined just a few below.
• Innovation and creativity run deep: Sweden is a safe and modern country in northern Europe, and it has built a spectacular reputation as an innovator and creative force. Swedens famed corporate brands - like Volvo, Ikea, ABB, Ericsson, H&M, and Saab - complement its cultural brands - like Ingmar Bergman, Abba, Astrid Lindgren, and Bjorn Borg.
• Standards are high: Sweden has a long and proud history of academic excellence, with outstanding universities dating back to the 15th century. Sweden is the home of the Nobel Prize, the worlds most prestigious academic distinction.
• The widest choice: Swedish universities offer around 450 masters programs in English, ranging from human rights law to mechanical engineering. • Foreign students are welcome: Many students studying in Sweden come from abroad, making Sweden one of the worlds most exclusive countries for education.
• English is spoken by all: Almost all Swedes speak fluent English. Many Swedish companies use English as their official working language. Foreign students find that this widespread use of English makes adapting to their new surroundings much easier.

Universities and colleges in Sweden

1 Kungliga Tekniska högskolan-Stockholm
2 Linköpings Universitet-Linköping ...
3 Lunds Universitet-Lund ...
4 Uppsala Universitet-Uppsala
5 Göteborgs universitet-Göteborg
6 Umeå universitet-Umeå ...
7 Chalmers tekniska högskola-Göteborg
8 Stockholms universitet-Stockholm
9 Karolinska Institutet-Stockholm
10 Luleå tekniska Universitet-Luleå ...
11 Sveriges lantbruks universitet-Uppsala
12 Mälardalens högskola-Västerås ...
13 Blekinge Tekniska Högskola-Karlskrona
14 Malmö högskola-Malmö
15 Handelshögskolan i Stockholm-Stockholm
16 Karlstads universitet-Karlstad ...
17 Örebro Universitet-Örebro
18 Högskolan i Gävle-Gävle
19 Högskolan i Borås-Borås
20 Linnéuniversitetet-Växjö ...
21 Högskolan i Jönköping-Jönköping
22 Mittuniversitet-Sundsvall ...
23 Högskolan i Halmstad-Halmstad
24 Högskolan Dalarna-Falun ...
25 Högskolan i Kristianstad-Kristianstad
26 Högskolan i Skövde-Skövde
27 Södertörns högskola-Huddinge
28 Konstfack-Stockholm
29 Högskolan Väst-Trollhättan
30 Högskolan på Gotland-Visby
31 World Maritime University-Malmö
32 Nordiska högskolan för folkhälsovetenskap-Göteborg
33 Kungliga Konsthögskolan-Stockholm
34 Operahögskolan i Stockholm-Stockholm
35 Gymnastik- och idrottshögskolan-Stockholm
36 Stockholms dramatiska högskola-Stockholm
37 Kungl. Musikhögskolan i Stockholm-Stockholm

Student visa requirements

Student Visa Sweden, Students Visa Requirements for Study in Sweden: Application Form, Process Procedure for Study in Sweden Visa- Visa Process:-
Students from EU and Nordic countries are not required to apply for a visa or residence permit, they only have to register with the Swedish Migration on arrival.
For students from other foreign countries a visa is required for entering Sweden for a course which is less than 3 months of duration. A residence permit with a validity of one year is required for students when the course duration is more than 3 months.

Documents that are required to submitted for Swedish Student Visa:-
A copy of valid passport showing the identity of the student.
A certificate showing that the student is enrolled for the full time study.
A certificates showing that the student has comprehensive health insurance that is valid in Sweden.
A certificate from a bank confirming that student have enough fund to support their stay in Sweden or the necessary documents that show that student have received a scholarship, study grant or any other type of financial aid.
Upon submitting the application candidates are also required to submit a copy of their passport. Original passports would only be required for authentication. The embassy has the reserve right for asking any other authentication. Incomplete applications would not be accepted .Visa processing takes about three weeks. All regulations consular fees or services are subject to change without any prior notice

Embassy in india

Sweden Embassy , India
4-5 Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri, 110 021, New Delhi, India
Phone: +9111-4419-7100
Fax: +9111-4419-7101
Email:
ambassaden.new-delhi@foreign.ministry.se
ambassaden.new-delhi-visum@foreign.ministry.se
Website URL: http://www.swedenabroad.com/en-GB/Embassies/New-Delhi/

Useful Links

General information

The Official Gateway to Sweden
The Swedish Institute

Government

A Gateway to the government
The Swedish Parliament, Riksdagen
The Nordic Council
Ministry of Industry, Employment and Communications
Ministry of Finance
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Invest in Sweden Agency
The Swedish National Post and Telecom Agency
The Swedish National Tax Board
The Swedish Export Credits Guarantee Board
The Swedish Customs
Trade Organizations & Associations
The Swedish Trade Council
The Swedish Chambers of Commerce
Sweden-Israel Chamber of Commerce
IT Sweden
The National Board of Trade
The Swedish Association of Agents
Business Arena Stockholm AB
Business Region Goteborg
The East Sweden Development Agency
The Swedish Federation of Trade
The Swedish Standards Institute
The Stockholm Stock Exchange

Trade Fairs

Stockholm International Fairs
Swedish Exhibition & Congress Center (in Goteborg)
Elmia Exhibition (in Jonkoping)
Malmo massan

Databases

Bolagsfakta
Yellow Pages
Kompass
Swedish Export Directory
Swedelinks Business directory

News

International News Service (INS)
ISA News
Scandinavian Now Weekly (E-zine)

R & D

VINNOVA, Swedish Agency for Innovation Systems

Figures & Statistics

The Central Bureau of Statistics in Sweden
National Institute of Economic Research (KI)
Swedens Central bank

Travel information

The Swedish Travel & Tourism Council
City of Stockholm
Sweden Hotels
First Hotels
Radisson SAS Hotels
Scandic Hotels
Best Western International Hotels
Software Hotels
SJ Swedish State Railways
The Swedish Civil Aviation Administration
The Swedish Maritime Administration
The Swedish Railway Network Authority

FAQ

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