19 Jun 2014

New work regulations from 1 July

As of 1 July 2014, students with a residence permit for studies in Sweden who have completed at least two semesters of full-time study at a Swedish university will be allowed to stay in Sweden for up to six months to look for work or start a business, making it even easier for you to […]

7 Apr 2014

Swedish Institute scholarship recipients 2014/2015

The recipients of the Swedish Institute’s scholarships for master’s studies during the academic year 2014/2015 have now been selected. The lists of scholarship recipients can be found below: Scholarship for the Western Balkans Study Scholarship Category 1 Study Scholarship Category 2, including South Africa and Syria Turkish-Swedish Scholarship Visby Programme Scholarship Congratulations to all recipients, […]

19 Mar 2014

MOOCs at Karolinska Institutet

This autumn, Karolinska Institutet will be offering Sweden’s first massive open online courses – commonly known as MOOCs. Four courses will be offered: Behavioral Medicine: A Key to Better Health Explore Statistics with R Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trials An Introduction to Global Health The courses are open to all and free of charge. Head to […]

18 Mar 2014

Welcome to the new Study in Sweden!

After many months of hard work, we’re delighted to welcome you to the brand-new studyinsweden.se! New features include: A new design that we hope you’ll find easier to use and navigate, especially in your mobile devices. Updated content to help you more easily find out everything you need – and want – to know about […]

28 Feb 2014

Summer programmes in Sweden

Spend your summer enjoying the best Sweden has to offer: midnight sun, Midsummer festivals – and Swedish university life! Participating in a summer programme in Sweden is a great way to spend your summer abroad, enjoying a new city, relaxing in nature and meeting new friends – all while learning about your subject in a rigorous, […]