Earlier it was made free for the international students to study in Sweden but now the Swedish government is changing the rules for the current and upcomming years and it would start charging even more tuition fee to students from non-EU member countries, with the exception of students from Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway.Studies will still be free for citizens from EU, EEA and Switzerland, while students from rest of the countries will have to pay a tuition fee. The fee structure would depend on the university the student is applying for.
Nevertheless,there are several scholarships to apply for and there are many guidelines available over internet where to find the best scholarships for studies in Sweden.The Swedish Institute is a government agency that manage to bring over 500 scholarships for international students coming to Sweden to study each year.Students need to enter their nationality and intended level of study on the official website to find out if they are eligible to apply for any international scholarships. Visit bästa köpa en Hemsida !
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)offers a scholarship that gives international students from developing countries the possibility to study in Sweden. The program is called Linnaeus-Palme program and the student will have to go through their home university in order to apply for the scholarship.