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Undergraduate Studies in Sweden  

Most undergraduate students come to Sweden as exchange students; their home university has an exchange agreement with a Swedish institution, either as part of an EU exchange program or through a bilateral scheme.

Opportunities for students to come to Sweden to study at an undergraduate level as degree students, or free movers  students who apply on an individual basis  are limited. Careful planning, good academic credentials, personal funds and strong motivation are needed. If you are a free mover, make sure to plan ahead and set aside plenty of time to make all the necessary arrangements.




A growing number of undergraduate courses have been made available in English in order to make them more accessible, but for the most part, programs require a very good command of written and spoken Swedish. Most courses at the undergraduate level offered in English are intended for exchange students. If free movers are admitted, they must meet all the normal requirements with regard to previous university studies and knowledge of English. Universities and university colleges will normally require verification of language proficiency in the form of an international proficiency test certificate.



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