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    Victor Omotosho

    Studying is Sweden has been considered largely by foreign students and is said to be one of the most friendly countries for international students. And as much as tuition for higher education is almost free in Sweden for students in the EU region, fees are not so low but quite affordable for non-EU countries (foreign applicants) in some specific Universities.

    With the amount of applicants every season, it is important to have a knowledge of universities with high acceptance and admission rate, so as to make timely and more informed decision in your study plans.

    Here are some Universities in Sweden with high acceptance rates

    • Uppsala University: The Estimated Acceptance Rate is 80%, it is one of the oldest universities in all of Scandinavia, with over 40,000 students and 150 from non-EU countries who can choose from 50 various programs
    • Malmö University: The Estimated Acceptance Rate is 35%, and it is one of the Universities offering insights and experience into Sweden’s newest innovation in higher education. With over 20,000 students where more than 10 percent are international students
    • Lund University: Estimated Acceptance Rate is 34%. Lund University is one of Sweden’s international students choice, with about 70 undergraduate programs and more than 100 master’s choice program. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Sweden with over 20,000 students population and over 10 percent are foreign students.
    • Stockholm University: Estimated Acceptance Rate is about 24% with over 33,000 students and various undergraduate and postgraduate programs, her academic focus being on the development of critical thinking, analytical skills, and strong problem-solving capabilities.
    • University of Gothenburg: With about 37,000 student population and divers undergraduate and postgraduate studies to choose from, University of Gothenburg has an acceptance rate of 12%

    Also check out my post on best universities to study in Sweden for international students

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