Tuition and Study Resources
Application and tuition fees will be introduced for students with citizenship in countries outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland, beginning with application to the autumn term 2011. The application fee will be 900 SEK. Information about the tuition fee will be posted soon. You can also find more information on www.universityadmissions.se
The cost for compulsory programme materials is estimated at 3000-4000 SEK per year. The cost for travel and accommodation in connection to the internship is highly individual
The cost of living in Gothenburg is estimated to be a minimum of 84,000 SEK per year if self catering (a student room costs approximately 3600 SEK per month).
Students required to pay a tuition fee can apply for government scholarships covering 50% of tuition costs. The scholarships are available to applicants from certain countries. You find further information and the application form here.
See also Study in Sweden for other scholarships opportunities.
Permits and Visas
Students from some countries are required to apply for a visa and a residence permit. Students must apply by themselves.
Further information about studies in Sweden (the Swedish Migration Board).