The 3 prices of public universities in Sweden

We invite you to find and discover in this article, the price of public universities in Sweden for the current academic year, and this, for all foreign students (international): French, Belgian, African…

First of all, before you go to study at a public university in Sweden, you must first have an idea of ​​the fees for studying at public Swedish universities .

Indeed, after enrolling in the Swedish public university and gaining admission into the university, you must pay the tuition fees of the Swedish public university that you have contacted and chosen.

In this article, we are only going to focus on the prices of public universities in Sweden.

However, you can see the prices of private universities in Sweden.

Before we start, we draw your attention to the following points about Swedish public university fees:

First of all:

Tuition fees at Swedish public universities are generally cheaper than private universities in Sweden.

Second:

The prices of university studies in Sweden are divided into two parts:

  • Registration fees (to apply for registration)
  • And, tuition.

Third:

The prices offered by Swedish public universities are different for European students and other foreign students.

Fourth :

Tuition fees by level and by specialty are different at public universities in Sweden.

Fifth:

European foreign students such as the French, Belgians and Swiss do not pay the application fees and tuition fees for public universities in Sweden.

Therefore, registrations in Swedish public universities are free for European students (French, Belgian, Swiss).

Sixth:

In general, prices of public universities in Sweden for other foreign students vary between 90,000 and 250,000 Swedish Kronor per year (Between 8,000 and 23,000 euros per year) and this mainly depends on the specialty of study.

Seventh:

Payment for public universities in Sweden prices can be made in two installments via bank transfer and/or via credit card.

We begin.

The price of public universities in Sweden

The fees of public universities in Sweden for international students vary mainly according to two factors, namely:

  • The study cycle (Bachelor, Master and Doctorate)
  • The specialty of university studies.

Indeed, almost every public university in Sweden can charge whatever prices it deems fair.

In the following, we will mainly focus on the tuition fees for studies at Swedish public universities by study cycle.

So, let’s discover together:

  • The price of Swedish public universities in Bachelor (master)
  • The price of Swedish public universities in Masters.
  • And, finally, the price of Swedish public universities in Doctorate.

Let’s go.

1. The prices of Swedish public universities for undergraduate studies

The public university fees in Sweden for European foreign students to study undergraduate in Sweden and obtain a bachelor’s degree (master’s degree) are equal to 0.

For public universities in Sweden fees for international foreign students to study undergraduate in Sweden and obtain a bachelor’s (master’s) degree varies according to two factors.

  • The Swedish public university.
  • The specialty of study.

On the other hand, the fees of Swedish universities in license for international students are composed of two parts:

  1. The application or application fee 900 Swedish Kroner (100 euros)
  2. And, Swedish university tuition.

(*) Registration application fees are paid only on the university admissions website .

In general, tuition fees at public universities in Sweden  for a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s) vary between 90,000 and 160,000 Swedish Krona per year (Between 8,000 and 15,000 euros per year) depending on the major of study.

Discover some specialties:

The prices of public universities in Sweden to study economics and management vary between 8000 and 12000 euros per year.

The prices of public universities in Sweden to study engineering vary between 12500 and 14000 euros per year.

However, you must consult the best public universities in Sweden to consult the different prices of the specialties of each university in the master’s degree.

You can also study in Sweden for free .

2. Swedish public university prices for Masters

The fees of public universities in Sweden for European foreign students to study at the second cycle (master’s) in Sweden and obtain a master’s degree are equal to 0.

For public universities in Sweden fees for international foreign students to study for a second cycle (master’s) in Sweden and obtain a master’s degree varies according to two factors.

  • The Swedish public university.
  • The specialty of study.

On the other hand, Swedish universities masters fees for international students are composed of two parts:

  1. The application or application fee 900 Swedish Kroner (100 euros)
  2. And, Swedish university tuition.

In general, tuition fees at public universities in Sweden for Masters vary between 90,000 and 250,000 Swedish Krona per year (Between 8,000 and 23,000 euros per year) depending on the specialty of study.

Discover some specialties:

The prices of public universities in Sweden to study economics and management vary between 8000 and 12000 euros per year.

The prices of public universities in Sweden to study engineering vary between 12500 and 14000 euros per year.

However, you must consult the best public universities in Sweden to consult the different prices of the specialties of each university in master’s degree.

You can also study in Sweden for free .

3. Swedish public university doctoral awards

The fees of public universities in Sweden for European and international foreign students to study PhD in Sweden and obtain a doctoral degree are equal to 0.

However, you must consult the best public universities in Sweden to consult the possible prices of the specialties of each university in doctorate.

Conclusion

We have seen in general the prices of studying at public universities in Sweden for foreign European and international students for the current academic year.

But, if you want to have more information about the prices of study specialties, you must visit the website of each public university in Sweden.

However, you can find out the prices of Swedish private universities.

So, do not hesitate to contact universities for more information.

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