Study in Sweden

The European innovation scoreboard placed Sweden as the most innovative country in the world

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Participatory and research based education system

Safe and modern environment

90% Swedes speak fluent English

Project based teaching in collaboration with industries

Opportunity to pursue salary based internships in partner companies which may lead to further employment

Government is investing 110 Billion SEK for 2009 to 2012 in educational research

Majority of Swedish Companies use English as official language

Ranked 1st in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) rankings for third year in row

Hosts two of the world’s leading heavy truck and bus manufacturers

Long tradition of industrial and scientific excellence in life sciences with home to nearly 200 international companies

Visa Process is hassle-free with affordable financial requirements

Master programs offered by Swedish Universities are strongly connected to globally reputed research groups within the same domain

Hundreds of companies advertise thesis projects, internships, jobs, doctoral positions through the student union of each Swedish University

International Students are allowed to work part-time for up to 20 hours per week and full-time during holidays