In 2007 Sweden introduced a new structure for education and degrees with three levels, bachelor, master and research (PhD) to fall in line with the rest of Europe. Each level requires that students have a degree from the preceding level of study – this is compatible with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
Where can I study in Europe?
Your gateway to universities in Europe. Study in Sweden - one of the most popular countries for international students! A top 30 UK university located in the heart of England, Derby provides industry-relevant, expert teaching across all academic disciplines. Study at Malmö University: the modern university in Southern Sweden!
What is a Masters degree in Sweden?
Swedish Masters degrees build upon undergraduate study in a related subject and offer the opportunity to acquire more advanced subject knowledge and conduct more independent work in areas of your own interest and growing expertise. A Masters in Sweden can either be a one-year or two-year degree.
Where can I find funding for my studies in Sweden?
Explore sources of funding for your studies in Sweden. The Swedish Institute, a government agency, offers scholarships each year for international students and researchers coming to Sweden. Find out if you're eligible and learn how to apply.
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