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Study in Sweden

Study Abroad in Sweden - Country Guide

Sweden is known for its openness toward the international community – and its education system is no exception. International students from all over the world study in Sweden, where there are over 1,000 degree programs taught entirely in English. Unlike many countries, Sweden gives their international students the right to work in Sweden during their studies. If you're interested in working in Sweden - the innovation capital of Europe -  after you complete your studies, you can apply for time to search for employment even if you're not from an EU/EEA country. Read on through this Study in Sweden guide to learn the practicalities of how to study in Sweden as well as get a glimpse into student life.

Why Study in Sweden?

Basic Facts:

Capital: Stockholm
Official language: Swedish
Government: Constitutional monarchy, parliamentary democracy
Area: 174,000 square miles/ 450,000 square kilometers (3rd largest country in Western Europe)
Population: 9.9 million
Currency: Swedish krona (SEK)
Calling code: +46

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Last update: 09 Jan 2017