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    Before you embark on this interesting journey in Sweden, you should be aware and fully equipped with the necessary requirements and documents before you leave home. Sweden is listed amongst some of the safest countries to live in Europe with global ranked schools and universities that are affordable and cheap, click here to read more

    So here’s a checklist of item documents you need to have with you

    How to study in Sweden as a foreign student

    • You need to be able to fund your studies
    • Search for universities of your choice
    • Meet the university’s application requirements set for international students.
    • Apply.
    • Finally, get your student visa

    Courses and programs are offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels in either Swedish or English. So as a student who intends to enroll in a Swedish university, you must provide proof that you fulfill the course or program’s minimal language requirements.

    The general English language requirement for universities in Sweden is IELTS 6.5, TOEFL iBT 90, or the equivalent of English studies at the Swedish upper secondary level, known as English 6 (advanced level).

    Academic diplomas documents

    Bachelors/ Post-graduate certificates, A level certificate, O-level Certificate (if applicable), All other certificates and added certifications where applicable i.e. Masters, Ph.D. and of course hard/soft copy of your Transcripts

    Identification documents:

    Passport, Birth Certificate. Drivers license, Marriage Certificate (applicable for married couples)

    University documents:

    Conditional acceptance letter, Unconditional acceptance letter, All Payment receipts

    Medical documents:

    Medical report (if applicable)

    Other documents:

    Printed flight itinerary, Enough passport photocopies

  • Documents International Students should note when applying to Sweden

    Victor Omotosho updated 1 year, 11 months ago 3 Members · 5 Replies
  • jkagoru

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    July 16, 2022 at 9:50 pm

    Approximately how much is fee for medical students who want to study Nursing?

    Are there scholarships or tuition fee waivers?

    • Victor Omotosho

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      July 18, 2022 at 7:33 pm

      Okay, but what country in Europe are you particularly looking at to study nursing, is it Sweden?

      • jkagoru

        Member
        July 20, 2022 at 2:47 pm

        I am not specific yet which country I want to go. I’m looking for many options ,the one will be easy for me,that’s the direction I will take. I’m piling all info so that I can decide

        • Michael

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          July 20, 2022 at 4:00 pm

          In that case, the best thing would be to know your current qualification and areas of interest.
          It becomes really complicated when these two things are not clear.

        • Victor Omotosho

          Member
          July 21, 2022 at 3:03 pm

          Hey, I guess that’s still completely fine, as long as you know the area you want to study in and your academic qualification. from there you can start looking at schools that offer these courses within your budget… so please gather enough information as possible

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