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Erasmus Mundus scholarships

The EU’s Erasmus Mundus programme makes Europe’s educational opportunities more accessible to the rest of the world by granting scholarships to non-European students attending select programmes.

The Erasmus Mundus programme funds student mobility between universities within and outside of Europe who participate in Erasmus Mundus activities: either Action 1 (full Erasmus Mundus degree programmes) or Action 2 (university partnerships).

Swedish universities are part of a wide array of programmes within both Action 1 and Action 2. Visit the European Commission’s website for an up-to-date database of programmes for students from your country. You can also visit the website of the university you’re interested in to find out more about their Erasmus Mundus offering.

The European Commission has recently launched the new Erasmus+ programme, which will replace Erasmus Mundus programmes after 2014. More information on the Erasmus+ programme as it relates to the Erasmus Mundus programmes below will be published here when available.

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Swedish Institute scholarships

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.

University scholarships

Swedish universities offer a range of scholarships for international students.

Scholarship competitions

Scholarship competitions give you the chance to compete with the best for a scholarship to a Swedish university.