Admissions results 2024

Did you apply to study in Sweden this autumn? You can now see if you’ve been admitted.

The wait is over!  The admissions results for master’s programmes are out. So head on over to University Admissions ↗️ and find out if you’ve been admitted to study in Sweden!

If you’ve been admitted

Congratulations! This is incredible, life-changing news. 🎈 So go out, celebrate, and tell EVERYONE you know that you’ve been admitted to a university in Sweden. 🎉

Join our upcoming events for admitted students

There’s some stuff you’ll need to sort out before the start of the academic year. Applying for a residence permit, finding somewhere to live, packing, booking your flights. This kind of thing. And we’re here to make sure your journey to Sweden goes as smoothly as possible:

To help prepare you we’ve invited a bunch of current international students to join us live to answer your questions and to give you the inside scoop on what it’s like to live and study in Sweden – the Swedish Way.  


  • 24 April, 09:00-10:00 (CEST)
  • 24 April, 15:00-16:00 (CEST)

Don’t miss out! Save your seat for the livestreams now.

Join a pre-departure event this spring and meet fellow students about to embark on their study in Sweden journey. If you reside in any of the following countries, you’ll receive a personal invitation to these pre-departure events. Make sure you keep an eye on your email (including your spam folder) so you don’t miss attending an in-person pre-departure event before moving to Sweden!

  • Tokyo, Japan 🇯🇵 – 11 April
  • Mexico City, Mexico 🇲🇽 – 11 April
  • Beijing, China 🇨🇳 – 13 April
  • Shanghai, China 🇨🇳 – 14 April
  • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 🇻🇳 – 15 April
  • Hanoi, Vietnam 🇻🇳 – 16 April
  • Ankara, Türkiye 🇹🇷 – 16 April
  • Hong Kong 🇭🇰 – 17 April
  • New York, USA 🇺🇸 – 18 April
  • Istanbul, Türkiye 🇹🇷 – 18 April
  • Kathmandu, Nepal 🇳🇵 – 22 April
  • Cairo, Egypt 🇪🇬 – 22 April
  • New Delhi, India 🇮🇳 – 23 April
  • Cochin, India 🇮🇳 – 24 April
  • Chennai, India 🇮🇳 – 25 April
  • São Paulo, Brazil 🇧🇷 – 25 April
  • Bogota, Colombia 🇨🇴 – 25 April
  • Colombo, Sri Lanka 🇱🇰 – 26 April
  • Astana, Kazakhstan 🇰🇿 – 26 April
  • London, UK 🇬🇧 – 27 April
  • Jakarta, Indonesia 🇮🇩 – 27 April
  • Seoul, South Korea 🇰🇷 – 27 April
  • Nairobi, Kenya 🇰🇪 – 30 April
  • Bangkok, Thailand 🇹🇭 – 2 May
Four students standing in front of the sea.
Photo: Oskar Omne

Don’t miss these additional resources

The university you’re admitted to will keep you updated on your next steps. They’re here for you, every step of the way.

And we’ve got loads of blog posts and videos ↗️ that will help you prepare for your move to Sweden.

Here are some of our favourites:

First things first, head over to the Swedish Migration Agency’s website for information about applying for your residence permit. ↗️

Our digital ambassador Lara has put together a step-by-step guide for the residence permit application – it’s a must-read before starting your residence permit application.

Are you starting to look for somewhere to live? Our digital ambassadors have you covered:

Nervous about the cost of living in Sweden? Well, that’s fair enough. Because Sweden is an expensive place to live. But, with some smart spending, it can be manageable. Here’s what our digital ambassadors have to say about the cost of living in Sweden:

Want some budgeting tips?

What should you bring to Sweden?

How to dress for the Swedish winter? Since Swedish winter’s can be…well…dark and cold and snowy, it’s good to be prepared. Here’s some top tips from our digital ambassadors:

Okay, so you’ll have a lot to do after you arrive in Sweden. Here’s what our digital ambassadors have to say:

Study in Sweden digital ambassadors pose together for a group photos. The back row of digital ambassadors have their arms raised in the air in celebration.

Follow our digital ambassadors and see what life is like studying in Sweden.

Last, but not least – head on over and follow us on Instagram, ↗️ YouTube, ↗️ Weibo: 留学瑞典, WeChat ↗️ and Bilibili ↗️ to see what day-to-day life is like as an international student in Sweden.

If your status is “reserve”

Okay, so this means you’re on the waiting list for your programme or course. But don’t panic, you could still be admitted later. It depends on a few things. Here’s what it means if you’re on the waiting list↗️

If you weren’t admitted

We’re really sorry to hear that. Sweden is a popular study destination, and many highly qualified students tend to apply. But don’t give up. Why not try again? On 1 June you can apply for studies starting in the spring of 2025. ↗️ And then in October you’ll be able to apply for programmes starting in autumn 2025. (Just a heads-up – there’s usually way more programmes to choose from in the autumn intake.)

Are you confused about your selection result? This guide can help you interpret things. ↗️