Tag: Study in Sweden

Sweden Alumni Network Myanmar invites to webinar on 28 Nov

Sweden Alumni Network Myanmar is launching another live event in the evening of 28 November 2020. With aims to share scholarship information for interested professionals. Scholarship recipients and professionals who are already studying in Sweden will share their instrumental experiences. Don’t miss out! This event is a very good opportunity to those who are interested…

Study in Sweden released a how to apply for a scholarship vdo

Are you ambitious, with a strong professional background and looking to make a difference in the world? Would you like to be granted a fully-funded scholarship to pursue a full-time master’s degree in Sweden? Here is how to apply for a scholarship from the Swedish Institute for master’s studies starting in the autumn semester 2021.…

Study in Sweden organizing the largest virtual education fair for global students

Study in Sweden team has announced that the Swedish Institute is organising a series of virtual fairs over the coming weeks for students interested in studying in Sweden. The virtual fairs will feature representatives from 24 Swedish universities, which makes the events the largest ever education promotion activity for Sweden. China: Friday 16 October from…

Study in Sweden offers scholarships opportunities to international students

Studying abroad could be pricey, are you looking for some financial support to study in Sweden? This website may help you to find a suitable scholarship for your study. Now that you are – hopefully – on your way to Sweden, here are more things to take into your consideration – What is a visa,…

Academies in Sweden still open for late applications

The number of available spots at Swedish universities has been increased due to the coronavirus pandemic – and despite a record intake of students, thousands of places remain open to latecomers. Thousands of students received their admission letters last week. Almost 452,000 people had applied to start a university course this autumn, 50,000 applicants more…