Studying in Sweden is a dream of many students across the world because of its low cost and many career opportunities. Learn more about Sweden's Study Visa requirements.
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When you study in Sweden, you’re encouraged to think independently, creatively and critically. You’ll develop your ability to question the status by assessing information, emerging towards new perspectives and coming up with refined 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.
"Learn about the requirements for studying in Sweden., such as how much does a Sweden student visa cost? What documents will you be needing for applying for a student visa? etc."
Documents required for Sweden Study Visa
Copies of the pages from your passport with personal information, validity period and permission to live in another country.
The letter of acceptance from the university that states that you have been admitted to a full-time course. If you applied to a Ph.D. degree, the duration of the course must be specified.
A copy of the proof that you have comprehensive medical insurance coverage in Sweden (if your study lasts for less than a year). This applies also if the university or university college covers your insurance.
A bank statement that proves that you can financially support yourself for a minimum of 840 EUR/month or 165 EUR/month if you receive free food and accommodation. The document must cover the duration of your study and to be translated into English. You can also attach documents that show that you’ve received a scholarship, student aid or, in the case of Ph.D. students - an educational grant or employment in research.