Interested in Sweden, but not ready to come for a full degree programme? Want to experience midnight sun, crayfish parties and swimming in the middle of the city? Then consider signing up for a summer programme! Several Swedish universities have offerings in 2016.
Jönköping International Business School Summer School
‘JIBS’ is offering three courses in entrepreneurship, supply chain management and family enterprise at its summer programme this year, held in June and August. Read more and apply at the JIBS Summer School website.
Linnaeus University Summer Academy
A comprehensive summer programme, Linnaeus University’s Summer Academy offers a wide range of courses in a variety of subject areas. Read more and apply at the Linnaeus University Summer Academy website.
Uppsala International Summer Session
Want to learn Swedish? The Uppsala International Summer Session offers Swedish language courses on a number of levels, as well as courses in Swedish arts and culture. Read more and apply at the Uppsala International Summer Session website.
Can’t find what you’re looking for at one of these programmes? You can find individual summer courses at many Swedish universities. The main difference between a summer programme and a course is that usually, courses that aren’t part of an official summer programme require you to find your own housing and don’t arrange cultural activities.
You can find a listing of all courses offered during summer 2016 at Universityadmissions.se.