Overview

Almost 40 universities are located in Sweden, many of which make it into top ranks globally, such as Uppsala University, Lund University or Stockholm University. Sweden has been one of the European pioneers for switching to English-language tuition and offers a whopping 900 degrees to choose from. Studying in Sweden commonly ranges between 80,000 and 140,000 SEK per year. There is also an application fee for those from outside the EU/EEA.

Sweden is home to a number of internationally successful corporations – think Volvo, IKEA or H&M – but also to some of the most exciting startups of recent years – think Skype or Spotify. The internationality of such employers as well as the high proficiency of English among Swedes make it fairly easy for qualified international graduates to get the foot in the door of the Swedish job market, even when their knowledge of Swedish is limited. Sweden’s government has also put an effort into decreasing red tape for foreign nationals looking to join the local workforce.

Sweden is located in the very North of Europe, in between Finland and Norway. Its largest international airport is Stockholm Arlanda with over 170 destinations worldwide. Most smaller university cities in Sweden are close to local airports that can be reached via Arlanda or Stockholm’s second, mostly domestic airport, Bromma. Sweden also has a well-developed train network and a number of overland bus companies. From the coast, you can also often take ferries to other countries along the Baltic Sea.

Students from the EU/EEA can study in Sweden without any visa requirements. If you are from outside the EU/EEA, you may need to obtain a student visa.

Admissions & Process

Study Abroad process consist on two different steps i.e. Admission & Successful Visa. Admission process require academic eligibility of applicant and visa process require all basic and supporting documents. Sometimes visa interview can be deceptive as you may not be aware of what visa officer expects to hear from you. It is life changing opportunity so consulting our professionally trained mentors is suggested for admission and visa. Our stats show that we have highest success rate due to involvement of multiple trained counsellors at different levels of process.

Blekinge Institute of Technology

Chalmers University of Technology

Dalarna University

Ersta Sköndal University College

GIH – the Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences

Halmstad University

Jönköping University

KMH – Royal College of Music in Stockholm

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Karlstad University

Karolinska Institutet

Konstfack

Kristianstad University

Linköping University

Linnaeus University

Luleå University of Technology and many more.

 

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    Work Rights During Study

    Sweden grants international students the right to work while they study. Though there is no official limit to the number of hours that you can work during your studies, it’s important to keep in mind that you’ll be expected to spend approximately forty hours per week attending lectures, reading, studying, and working on assignments.

     If you’re from an EU/EEA country you may stay in Sweden after your studies to search for work. If you’re coming from outside of the EU/EAA you can apply with the migration board to stay in Sweden for six months after graduation to search for work.

    Post Study Work Rights

    Students who have completed their higher education from a University of Sweden can apply for the extension of their Residence Permits to find suitable employment. Students can even apply for the same in order to explore the opportunity of starting their own enterprise. The extension is for a maximum of 6 months subject to a few conditions.

    Scholarship Opportunities

    Swedish universities always offer scholarships to high achievers. Scholarship varies per University and Course. Consult with the admissions team or international office at the provider you are applying to for further advice and information

    Documents Checklist

    • Passport
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    • All Academic Documents
    • Percentage Equivalence letter
    • Valid IELTS/ TOEFL score Or English Proficiency Letter
    • Personal Statement / Essay / SOP
    • Sufficient funds

    Assessment

    We at CAREER CLICK CONSULTANT offers our best services to help guide and make you succeed in your Student Visa Application. Our years of experience and trained and professional counselors are known for being most informative consultants and have track record of most successful cases. Feel free to contact us for more information about different universities, entry criteria, scholarships; admission and visa process contact your nearest Career Click Team.

    No appointment is needed for student visa information. You can email your student visa queries or documents at info@careerclick.com.pk for admission or call us at 03421110878.