Sweden is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe, bordered by Norway and Finland. It is the third largest country in the European Union by area, with a population of about 9.5 million. So what does Sweden have to offer an international student?
Studying in Sweden is different from studying in other countries because Swedish universities have an open climate with a strong focus on group work. The Swedish education system focuses more on your academic interests than pushing you to achieve a grade. Swedish universities work to prepare you for a successful future; the job market values ambitious, innovative, and perceptive team players, so Swedish universities attempt to instill these qualities in their students. Degree programs in Sweden offer students the opportunity to mix study and practical work, so that they have first-hand experience in their field when they graduate and enter the job market.
Why To Study In Sweden?
- Students can work while they study
- Dependents and children can apply together (can apply with children as well if the children are below 18)
- Free Education & Healthcare for spouse and dependents(children)
- All courses will be taught in English
- 1 Year PSW Visa after studies
- Easier settlement routes
- No age barrier
- One of the highest pay in the worl i.e at least 12Euros per hour in average
PR & Citizenship
- PSW Visa – 1 year Job search visa after completion of study
- Get a job offer from an employer in Sweden that will help you get a work permit (earning should be at least 13,000 SEK before tax). After working for 4 years, you will get PR (Permanent Residency)
- Another year after that , you can apply for Citizenship as well.