On this page you will find some of the most common questions people have about tuition fees. Have a look through the list to see if your question has already been answered.
An invoice is sent out by email at the beginning of May for students admitted to start their studies in the autumn semester and at the beginning of November for students admitted to start their studies in the spring semester.
No, you will have to organise your own insurance in your home country.
No, you will have to organise your own accommodation.
No. You can only apply for a residence permit after the tuition fee has been paid.
No, the tuition fee has to be paid in full.
No, the application deadline for scholarships are January 15th for programmes starting in the autumn semester and August 15th for programmes starting in the spring semester.
The Notification of Admissions Result (pdf) on universityadmissions.se is the official copy of your admissions letter. If you are required to present an official copy of your admissions letter, please print out a copy of this pdf-document. The printed document will be recognised as your official admissions letter in Sweden and at Swedish embassies and consulates worldwide.
Published by: Joelin Quigley Berg