Study in Sweden:
At Swedish Universities, the emphasis is firmly on developing your ability to question the status quo by accessing information, seeking new perspectives and coming up with well-informed opinions.
Sweden’s 29 national parks and nearly 4,000 nature reserves offer you the opportunity to ski, hike, fish, swim, and mountain bike.
Independence of mind and the fact that everyone can make their voice heard are two of the reasons why Sweden consistently ranks among the world’s most innovative nations.
The entire Swedish higher education system is ranked number two in the world and number one in relation to GDP, and several Swedish universities are ranked by the Times Higher Education and the Academic Ranking of World Universities as being among the world’s top seats of learning.
In Sweden, innovative ideas and new ways of thinking are cultivated and encouraged in an inclusive, dialogue-based climate. The focus is on translating theory into practical results by applying research to real-world problems.
Sweden offers a non-hierarchical and egalitarian environment where teachers and students from around the world collaborate in an informal and creative setting. Students have a direct influence, both as a collective and as individuals.
Sweden is a fun, dynamic and exciting country to study in. In Sweden, you are part of a culture that readily adopts new ideas and influences and attaches great importance to exchange with the outside world. As part of a dynamic international student body, you learn from your classmates’ perspectives at the same time as you yourself are an influencer.
Swedish Universities are renowned for their investigative research and independent thinking. Much focus is placed on developing students’ ability to engage in critical thinking through an analytic mindset.
Sweden has one of the most ambitious educational evaluation programs in the world, aimed at maintaining the system’s competitive edge. Swedish Universities have an open learning environment, with a strong focus on group work and cooperation.
Sweden at a glance:
- Capital city:Stockholm
- Currency:Swedish krona (SEK)
- Schengen Country
- Sweden has a low population density of 21 inhabitants per square kilometer (54 /sq. mi) with the population mostly concentrated to the southern half of the country.
- Sweden borders Norway and Finland, and is connected to Denmark by a bridge-tunnel across the Oresund.
Universities in Sweden
|01||Uppsala University, Uppsala||www.uu.se/en|
|02||University of Skövde, Skovde||www.his.se/en|
|03||Halmstad University, Halmstad||www.hh.se|
|04||Jonkoping University, Jonkoping||www.hj.se/en.html|
|05||Kristianstad University, Kristianstad||www.hkr.se|
|06||Cambridge Education Group (Lund University), Lund||www.oncampus.global/europe/oncampus-lund-sweden/about-us.htm|