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Admission at Universities in Sweden where tuition for Masters Program is Free
Asked by: Patience
Posted on Thu, 5 Feb 2009 09:40:12 GMT
I am interested in studying for a Masters degree in a Swedish university where tuition is free. Any of the following or related courses will suffice: contract and business law, aviation law.
There are many state financed universities in Sweden which offer free education for international students up to now. But according to information I received, the Swedish government will not finance for students from outside EU after 2010. Hence, thereíll be no free tuition university in Sweden for students who donít belong to EU region after 2010. However, universities will still offer scholarship for outstanding students. So, if you have secured good grades in your previous exams, you may be eligible to apply for scholarships.
You may apply to following universities:
University of Gothenburg
abhijeet answered 8 years and 9 months ago
Yes, I'm interested in studying Master's degree in Swedish universties.
chima answered 7 years and 2 months ago
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