In Sweden, children between the ages of 1 and 5 have a place reserved for them in a Swedish public kindergarten. Beyond which between the ages of 6 and 16, students attend a compulsory school which encompasses primary and secondary education, most of which are financed by taxes from the Swedish government. However unlike most other countries Sweden also provides such finance to private institutions that do charge tuition fees to students. After the age of 16, student s are able to finish they secondary education in an upper secondary school which readies the pupil for a specific profession or readies them for entrance into universities.
English programs at Bachelor, Masters and doctoral levels in Swedish universities are common throughout many different disciplines but Swedish remains the most common language of instruction at most universities in Sweden.
Students from the European Union or students who wish to apply for a doctoral degree do not have to pay tuition fees at any public Swedish university, but must still have to pay a small registration fee of around 30 Euros per semester to the Swedish university.
Non EU students who wish to study at a university in Sweden have to pay a registration fee of 95 Euros but also must pay tuitions fees that vary from 9700 to 15,000 Euros per academic year. These prices depend on the university and program chosen to study, please contact universities individually for more precise information.
To apply to universities in Sweden for Bachelor and Masters programs, student have to register themselves at the university admissions website https://www.universityadmissions.se. from here Students are able to complete online application forms which are then used to apply to Swedish universities.
PHD students are required to contact the university in Sweden that they wish to study in directly.