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Student scholarships and fees

Higher education in Sweden is free of charge for Swedish and EU/EEA students (including Switzerland). As of autumn term of 2011 a tuition and application fee is applicable for all students outside EU/EEA for all higher education in Sweden.

Scholarships

The information below will be updated within shortly for the application period 2018.

The Volvo Group scholarship programme for Master’s students in business and economics.


Are you a citizens of the People’s Republic of China or the Republic of India and required to pay a tuition fee for education in Sweden? Then you have the opportunity to apply for the Volvo Group scholarships (updated information for 2018 will be available in end of October).

The Scholarship is open for students applying to selected master programmes at the Graduate School. For further info the Volvo Group scholarship a pdf will be availabe shortly here.

The Volvo Group Scholarships are administered by University of Gothenburg. For questions, please contact ellen.morris@gs.gu.se.

**Besides submitting your application on the link below you must also e-mail your CV (maximum 2 pages) to ellen.morris@gs.gu.se by
1 February 2018.**

Application period: 1 November 2017 – 1 February 2018.
LINK TO APPLICATION VOLVO GROUP SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE PUBLISHED HERE

 

The Richard C. Malmsten Memorial Foundation Scholarship


This scholarship is for students who have applied for and been admitted to a Master´s programme at the School of Business, Economics and Law and are required to pay a tuition fee for education in Sweden.
The scholarship is available for the 2018 admission and covers 100 000 SEK of the total tuition fee. Conditions can be found in this pdf

The Richard C. Malmsten Memorial Foundation Scholarships are administered by the University of Gothenburg. If you have questions, please contact ellen.morris@gs.gu.se.

Application period: 1 November 2017 – 1 February 2018.
LINK TO APPLICATION FOR THE RICHARD C MALMSTEN SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE PUBLISHED HERE 


The University of Gothenburg Study Scholarship


This scholarship programme is targeted to students who are obliged to pay tuition fee for their studies at the university. The scholarship is funded by means from the International Programme Office for Education and Training, which is a government agency that promotes academic exchanges and cooperation across national borders.

For more information about these scholarships, deadlines etc., please visit the University of Gothenburg pages or contact internationalstudent@gu.se.

 

The Swedish Institute Study Scholarships


These scholarship programmes are targeted to students who are obliged to pay tuition fee for their studies at the University. These scholarships are funded and administrated by the Swedish Institute.

Other scholarship programmes offered by various organisations and foundations around the world can be found here. This website is administered by studyinsweden.se.

 

Tuition fee

Tuition fees for individual programmes ranges from 160 000-212 000 SEK for two years of full time studies. This means that students pay for 120 credits (2 years) in total and 30 credits each term (full time studies). For more information on how and when to pay, visit www.universityadmissions.se or get more information at www.studyinsweden.se

ProgrammeFee/two years
Accounting and Financial Management160 000 SEK
Economics160 000 SEK
Finance160 000 SEK
Innovation and Industrial Management212 000 SEK
International Business and Trade160 000 SEK
Knowledge-based Entrepreneurship212 000 SEK
Logistics and Transport Management160 000 SEK
Management160 000 SEK
Marketing and Consumption160 000 SEK

 

Application fee

The application fee is currently 900 SEK (Swedish kronor). You apply at www.universityadmissions.se .

 

Page Manager: Graduate School|Last update: 9/22/2017
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