Sweden has introduced the system of tuition fee from the academic year 2011 Despite the introduction of tuition fee, Swedish Universities are offering numerous scholarships covering 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% of the tuition fee on the basis of academic merit.
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Application and tuition fees apply for students who are not citizens of an EU/EEA/Nordic country or Switzerland and who apply for or enrol on studies at the bachelor’s or master’s level.
The Universityadmissions.se application fee is SEK 900.
Tuition fees vary between SEK 80,000–140,000 per academic year for most subjects. Programmes in certain fields may have notably higher fees. The tuition fees for each course and programme are listed atUniversityadmissions.se and on each programme’s website.
An average monthly student budget is about SEK 8,000 per month. Read more at Cost of living.
See Health insurance and medical care for information on health insurance for international students in Sweden.
Student union fees
Students usually join the local student union and pay a membership fee, but this is not compulsory. Fees range from SEK 50-350 per semester, depending on the union.
Literature and textbooks
On average, expect to spend about SEK 750 per month on textbooks per semester. In some subjects, like law and natural sciences, this figure is likely to be higher. Many student unions organise book sales where students can buy used textbooks cheaply; it’s also common for students to post notices on campus selling their used copies of previous years’ textbooks.