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Why to Study in Sweden?

 

 

 

To study in Sweden gives you the opportunity to think independently, creatively and critically. You’ll develop your ability to question the status quo by assessing information, seeking new perspectives and coming up with well-informed opinions. You’ll be free to think creatively because of the informal and non-hierarchical nature of Swedish society, where everyone is encouraged to contribute ideas and opinions.

 Sweden has a long and proud history of academic excellence and despite its relatively small population, it’s home to some of the world’s best universities. The entire Swedish higher education system is ranked as one of the best in the world, and several Swedish universities are ranked by the Times Higher Education and the Academic Ranking of World Universities as being among the world’s best.

In Sweden you’ll find a strong focus on rationality, reason and applying knowledge so that it makes a real difference. 

As a student you’ll become part of this tradition of academic excellence. Just don’t expect to passively receive information: you’ll be encouraged and challenged to contribute, speak your mind and take your education into your own hands.

 

Swedish Universities

 

 

Swedish universities are well-adapted to the needs of international students, and Sweden consistently ranks in the top three in the world for English proficiency. You’ll be able to use English with everyone you meet, from the classroom to city the centre.

Sustainability and the environment are in focus

If you’re concerned with sustainable development for a greener future, you’ll feel right at home in Sweden. Environmental issues are high priority here, and Sweden has been named the most sustainable country in the world for its use of renewable energy. Sweden is aiming for 100 per cent renewable energy production by 2040.

Environmental thinking and sustainability are a part of all aspects of life here, including education. Studying here will give you the chance to draw on Sweden’s deep environmental experience and apply its sustainable approach to your own chosen field.

 

You’ll learn skills for a global career

What’s the most important thing you’ll need for success in your career? According to a global study of CEOs, it’s creativity. And creativity is exactly what studying in Sweden will foster, along with other in-demand skills such as how to combine theory and practice, and how to navigate complex situations where there’s no easy solution.

Many degree programmes in Sweden include internships, which are a great way to get real-world experience while you build your professional network. If you’re interested in research, doing a master’s in Sweden can be a great way to make the contacts you’ll need to carry on and do a PhD.

 

 


 

Programs

 Bachelor’s Programmes:

  • Business Administration/ Economics
  • International Management, Bachelor Programme
  • Marketing Management, Bachelor Programme
  • Sustainable Enterprise Development, Bachelor Programme
  • International Economics, Bachelor programme

         Informatics

  • New Media Design, Bachelor Programme

       Industrial Engineering and Management

  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management, Bachelor Programme

       Prosthetics and Orthotics

  • Prosthetics and Orthotics, Bachelor Programme

Master’s Programmes:

  • Business Administration/ Economics
  • International Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • International Marketing
  • Strategic Entrepreneurship
  • Global Management
  • International Financial Analysis
  • Digital Business
  • Economic Analysis

      General Management

  • Engineering Management

     Informatics

  • Information Architecture and Innovation
  • User Experience Design

      Production Systems

  • Production Development and Management

Product Development

  • Product development and Materials Engineering
  • Industrial Design
  • Al Engineering
  • Sustainable Building Information Management
  • Materials and Manufacturing (web-based)

Media and Communication

  • Sustainable Communication