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Why Study in Sweden
Sweden is a country alive with the arts and natural beauty, and places a high value on higher education. With its peaceful open spaces and busy, vibrant cities, Sweden has a great deal to offer students studying abroad. They will not find it difficult to assimilate into the land of Saabs and smorgasbords.

The largest Scandinavian country has a lot to offer study abroad students. Beautiful cities, efficient public transportation, peaceful foreign relations, clean air, high-end design, and world-class academics are all a part of the Swedish experience. The country that brought the world Pippi Longstocking and Greta Garbo is now one of the most sought after places to study abroad.

Sweden has more than 60 higher education institutions, some more focused on research and others on teaching. Degree programs in Sweden tend to consist of short courses with frequent testing, and higher education institutes are known for an emphasis on research and independent thinking. Academics and industries in Sweden are known for their high degree of cooperation, and "common core" classes unite institutions across the country with their commitment to liberal learning.

Sweden is also the home of the Nobel Prize and, consequently, has always taken academia seriously. Standards of achievement remain high. Universities work closely with industries to give students practical experience and the independence they need to be competitive. All courses taught in Sweden are subject to rigorous quality control every six years. In addition to the government, universities are also very receptive to the studentís opinions on academic standards. The result is an education that is sought after the world over: Sweden has one of the highest percentages of foreign students studying on their soil, and the number of foreign students traveling to Sweden has drastically increased over the years. Most universities fully subsidize tuition costs for students, regardless of their nationality, so nearly anyone can afford to study here. There are also over 200 Masterís programs being offered in English, so foreign language should not be a barrier. In fact, many businesses use English as their official working language.

Students who choose to study abroad in Sweden will develop an appreciation for the country, its customs and culture, and the warmth of its people. No matter what the course of study, international students can gain fresh experiences and an excellent education in Swedish universities.

Most Swedes speak English, and many courses and programs are taught in the language. More than eight percent of university students in Sweden are international. Students can choose from a wide array of study fields, including art and design, architecture, economics, history, film, humanities and the sciences.

Swedish universities are renowned for their investigative research and independent thinking, and this reputation is cemented with rigorous quality control and nationally certified degrees. There are PhD candidates from some 82 countries working towards their degrees in Sweden.

The Swedish Institute grants hundreds of scholarships every year to help foreign students make their stay in Sweden more affordable. Currently, tuition fees for everyone are fully subsidized by the state. And because it costs to live in Sweden, foreign students can work while studying. Also, for job opportunities, Sweden is a haven because students that have a job when their student permit expires can easily change this into a work permit. Also, there is no set quota for work permits for foreign citizens.

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