Swedish Institute Scholarships
The Swedish Institute (SI), a government agency, offers scholarships each year for international students and researchers coming to Sweden. Use the link below to search for your eligibility based on the level of studies you would like to pursue in Sweden and your country of citizenship.
Swedish University Scholarships
Universities in Sweden offer a range of different scholarship programs for international students to help finance tuition fees or living costs. Available scholarships vary between universities. Below is a link to a list of universities in Sweden.
Other Scholarships Opportunities
In addition to government agency funding, competitions, and individual university scholarships, many associations, foundations and other organizations offer scholarships and travel grants for international students in Sweden.
Find Scholarship Opportunities in Sweden
Learn more about studying in Sweden:
Sweden is known for its openness toward the international community – and its education system is no exception.
In order to study in Sweden, you'll need to meet general entry requirements in addition to program-specific entry requirements.
Tuition Fees & Study Costs
How expensive is it to study in Sweden? Yearly higher education costs in Sweden vary depending on the university and program.
If you're considering studying in Sweden, you'll be relieved to know that Sweden has a clear easy-to-follow process to apply for studies.
Read about the experiences that other international students like you have had during their studies abroad in Sweden.
Applying to universities in Sweden is a lot simpler than other countries thanks to a centralized application system.
Swedish universities offer degree programs according to the European standard. Browse a full list of higher education institutes in Sweden.
Depending on the country you grew up in, you may or may not be surprised by the differences you encounter while studying in Sweden. So what is it like to study in Sweden on a cultural level?
Swedish is a northern Germanic language and is closely related to Norwegian and Danish. If you do want to learn Swedish, most Universities offer language courses for international students.
Wondering what it's like to study abroad in Sweden? Leaving your country to study abroad is about more than just the classroom!
Sweden grants international students the right to work while they study. And if you're from an EU/EEA country, you automatically have the right to stay and work after your studies.
The content of this study guide has been developed in partnership with Study in Sweden.
About Study in Sweden
Studyinsweden.se is a comprehensive, official resource on studying in Sweden for prospective and current international students. Studyinsweden.se is built and maintained by the Swedish Institute, a public agency tasked with promoting Sweden abroad.