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Do universities in Sweden take tuition fee?
Asked by: abebe81
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Posted on Mon, 22 Sep 2008 10:03:26 GMT
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I want to study abroad where there in no tuition fee or there is availability of scholarships or financial. Is it true that the Swedish universities do not take tuition fees? Can you provide me the list of universities in Sweden with their web address?
Answer

Whether a university in Sweden takes or doesnít take a tuition fee on study level you wish to join. For higher education, no fee will be charged in Sweden. But the Swedish government has announced that students from non-EU nations will have to pay tuition fee after 2010. Currently most of the universities in Sweden are owned and operated by Swedish government, which donít charge any fee. Though no tuition fee is to be paid, students will have to pay for living expenses and other fees like Students Union fee.

Some universities where there is no fee in Sweden are:

Karolinska Institutet
Uppsala University
University of Gothenburg
Stockholm University
Umeå University
Linköping University
Karlstad University

For more list and university information, you may visit:
http://www.abroadeducation.com.np/study-in/sweden/universities-list.html

To learn more on Swedish Government policy on tuition fee, visit:
http://www.sweden.gov.se/sb/d/10086/a/107867

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