Finding student accommodation in Sweden

Finding student accommodation in Sweden

Finding the most suitable place to live can sometimes take a small while, so you should give yourself plenty of time to make all the necessary arrangements before leaving for Sweden.

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Who can work in Sweden?

Not everyone can move to work in Sweden, but new labour migration laws have made it much easier to move to Sweden from outside the EU.

Doctoral studies in Sweden: how to apply

Doctoral studies in Sweden: how to apply

Thinking of applying for doctoral studies in Sweden? Here's how to get started.

How to apply for a Swedish Master’s program

How to apply for a Swedish Master’s program

Some 600 master’s degree programs at Swedish universities are taught entirely in English. Here's an easy guide for how to apply.

Apply online to study in Sweden

Apply online to study in Sweden

Applying to study in Sweden has never been easier, with a dedicated portal now set up for international applicants.

Learn Swedish – wherever you are

Learn Swedish – wherever you are

About 65,000 people outside Sweden take Swedish classes. Here's how you can join in.

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Do I need a visa?

Whether or not you need a visa or a residence permit to study in Sweden depends on where you come from. This is what you need to know.

Why should I study in Sweden?

Why should I study in Sweden?

It is a big step to study abroad, and the options are almost limitless. So what makes Sweden stand out as a study destination?

Sex harassment claims taint Juholt ally anew

Sex harassment claims taint Juholt ally anew

Sexual harassment allegations against Social Democrat foreign policy spokesperson Urban Ahlin have prompted the party’s feminist faction to object to his appointment as chair of party's Riksdag group, delivering yet another blow to Social Democrat head Håkan Juholt.

Bra-size name tag ‘outrage’ headed to court

Bra-size name tag ‘outrage’ headed to court

A complaint from a former lingerie shop employee upset at being forced to wear a name tag displaying her bra size has prompted a Swedish union to file a discrimination lawsuit against the company that runs the store.

35-year-old men ‘lousy’ investors: Swedish study

35-year-old men ‘lousy’ investors: Swedish study

Stock market success is impossible to predict but according to new research, certain ‘crystal clear’ trends have been discovered.