10 Scholarships in Sweden for International Students

Prior to 2010, Sweden was one of the few nations in Europe where students may study for free. The Swedish government then presented laws to impose tuition and application fees on students from non-EU/EEA countries, which will be funded by Swedish scholarship programs. Many Swedish colleges still provide tuition waivers to international students.

1. Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals.

The Swedish Institute Scholarships for Global Professionals (SISGP) are available to highly qualified students from specific countries seeking full-time master’s-level study in Sweden. It covers tuition, living expenses, and insurance.


2. The University of Borås provides tuition price exemptions.

The University of Borås offers tuition waivers to highly qualified students seeking for Masters programs. The scholarships are intended to cover approximately 50% of the tuition charge but do not cover living expenses.


3. Chalmers IPOET Scholarships

The IPOET Scholarships are offered to non-EU/EEA nationals who must pay tuition and are applying to Chalmers University’s Master’s degrees. The scholarships result in a 75% decrease in tuition costs.


4. Axel Adler Scholarships at Gothenburg University.

The Axel Adler scholarship is a tuition fee waiver available to students pursuing international Master’s or Bachelor’s degrees at the University of Gothenburg. Scholarships cover the tuition for the program to which you have been admitted.


5. Halmstad University Scholarships

Every year, Halmstad University awards a number of scholarships to qualified students from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland who must pay tuition. These scholarships are for Master’s programs in any field of study offered by the University. The Halmstad University Scholarship covers 25% or 50% of the tuition, which will be revoked.


6. Karlstad University’s Global Scholarship Program.

The Karlstad University Global Scholarship project aims to attract outstanding academic students from countries outside the EU/EEA (including Switzerland) who must pay tuition for their studies. Scholarships might cover 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% of tuition costs.


7. The Karolinska Institutet Global Master’s Scholarship.

Karolinska Institutet offers a limited number of tuition-free scholarships to outstanding students accepted into one of our Global Master’s Programs, which begin each autumn semester. The scholarship only covers tuition, not living expenses, and is only eligible for master’s level studies.


8. Kristianstad University Scholarships.

The scholarship will be available to citizens of countries outside the EU/EEA who must pay tuition for studies at Kristianstad University. If you are given a scholarship, you will receive either a full or half tuition discount.


9. KTH Royal Institute of Technology Tuition Fee Waivers.

A limited number of tuition fee waivers will be available to citizens of non-EU/EEA/EFTA countries who are required to pay tuition and have applied for a Master’s degree at KTH. If given a scholarship, the tuition fee will be waived for the duration of the program.


10. Uppsala Universal Global Scholarships.

Uppsala University Global Scholarships are available to nationals of countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland for Master’s degrees provided by the university. These scholarships cover tuition but not living expenses.

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