4 Reasons to Study in Sweden

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Source: Sweden.se

Sweden is progressive all across the world for its progressive politics. It is home to the most famous YouTuber in the world – Pewdiepie. The Scandinavian country is also the home to some of the best universities in the world. All universities in Sweden give importance to holistic education. It is informal and has a non-hierarchical education system. Sweden ranks 14th in e QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings.

Source: Sweden.se

Here are four reasons to study in Sweden:

1. Lots of scholarships for international students

Education is free for EU and EEA students. Government of Sweden has the universities themselves give a lot of scholarships to the international students. You can get a scholarship on three bases – merit, nationality, and economic background.

2. Fall in love with the environment

Swedish people love nature and are always finding out ways to protect it. Sustainability is the centre of all Swedish values and customs. The government has developed breathtaking national parks and reserves. It also has stunning beaches, which are super clean. The citizens consider themselves as primary carers of nature and work together, to reduce pollution as much as possible.

3. Live in a versatile country

In Sweden, you can be whatever you want. People encourage each other and those around to fulfill their dreams. The country has a small population of 9.9 million and most of it stays in the larger cities like Stockholm, Lund, and Uppsala. All support the LGBTQ community and almost 15 percent of first generation Swedish are immigrants.

4. The perks of working in Sweden

Well, the perks of working in Sweden are plenty and will spoil you. If you work in Sweden you get free healthcare, free childcare and education, and small compensations here and there that make life very inexpensive. And, the biggest perk of working in Sweden – you get a paid parental leave of 18 months per child. Both parents can utilise it at the same time.

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