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  1. Sweden.se- Education in Sweden

    Sweden.se is developed and maintained by The Swedish Institute and is publicly funded by the Swedish Government Offices and three other organisations. Information about education in Sweden, including recent changes to the education system and the history of the Swedish school system is available at the website.  ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Sweden
  2. Swedish Institute- Scholarships and grants

    The Swedish Institute is a public agency helping Sweden to reach various international goals. They administers and awards scholarships to promote sustainable relationships and mutual learning processes.  ...

    Category: Exchange and Grants Location: Sweden
  3. Study in Sweden- Scholarships

    Studyinsweden.se is an official resource on studying in Sweden for prospective and current international students. It is built and maintained but the Swedish Institute, a public agency tasked with promoting Sweden abroad. Information about Scholarships are available here.  ...

    Category: Exchange and Grants Location: Sweden
  4. Skatteverket- Tax information

    Skatteverket administers Sweden's various taxes. Skatteverket is accountable to the government, but operates as an autonomous public authority. Questions about taxes can be answered through contact with a tax office or the Tax Information Service.  ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Sweden
  5. Sweden

      Higher education in Sweden is financed largely by tax revenue. Earlier, this applied to all students regardless of nationality. However, in the autumn of 2011 tuition fees were introduced for students from outside the EU/EEA area, with the exception of Switzerland. Students have to meet specific qualifications to gain admission to a Swedish university or university college. For general admission, Swedish students must have a school-leaving certificate from upper secondary school (high school) or a municipal adult education programme in Sweden. Credit increments can be earned through advanced courses in upper secondary school, such as in mathematics or foreign languages. Students from outside Sweden must have qualified for admission to university or college in their home countries, and demonstrate specific levels of understanding in Swedish, English and mathematics.   ...

    Category: Guidance Services Location: Sweden
  6. University Admissions- Higher education system

    Universityadmissions.se is the official website for applying to higher education in Sweden and is managed by the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR). Information about The Swedish higher education system can be found here.  ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Sweden
  7. The Swedish National Agency for Education

    The National Agency for Edcuation (Skolverket) is the central administrative authority for the public school system, publicly organised preschooling, school-age childcare and for adult education.  ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Sweden
  8. Swedish Council for Higher Education

    The Swedish Council for Higher Education is a government agency whose responsibilities span across the education sector. One of their main focus areas is higher education.  ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Sweden
  9. Folk High School

    The Folk High School is a form of education that has existed in Sweden for over 100 years. There are 150 Folk High Schools in Sweden. The education at the Swedish Folk High School is free of charge. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Sweden
  10. Higher Vocational Education

    Higher Vocational Education (Yrkeshögskolan) is a post-secondary form of education that combines theoretical and practical studies in close cooperation with employers and industry. Programmes are offered in specific fields where there is an explicit demand for competence.  ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Sweden

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